"We also see that abiogenesis isn't exactly impossible.ok.let's put this in correct form shall we?instead of the 747, we start with very small particles that have magnetic properties that mimic the valence bonds of atoms.now when we run our "simulation", the outlook is very different isn't it.we now see that atoms can indeed form very complex molecules.we also see that abiogenesis isn't exactly impossible.this is similar to the gradually fading color charts used by evolutionists to show how evolution works, but it's a misapplication of the analogy.what if, So we agree then. The probability is essentially zero. So the analogy works because it makes the obvious point, it isn't going to happen. The analogy was never about atoms forming molecules,or even if some molecules will become more complex and become organic molecules. It is about ALL the millions of SPECIFIC kinds of molecules such as all the right kinds of proteins and DNA or RNA, which need to come together in the same place and in the right sequence in order to be functional. That is LIFE.
the tornado/747 scenario is not valid for envisioning how atoms can form complex molecules.it also is worthless in regards to probabilities because it completely lacks self assembly.a 747 will never self assemble in a tornado because it can NEVER self assemble.
Maybe, but you need to overcome a WHOLE LOT of zeros that happen to be aligned against it..
But why worry about numbers with cuadrillions of zeros after them..
Like the hopeless gambler said.. Hey its 50/50.. Either I win or I dont...
I believe that Professor Santiago Caray summed it up most accurately with this insightful observation..
"We have now the remarkable spectacle that just when many scientific men are agreed that there is no part of the Darwinian system that is of any great influence, and that, as a whole, the theory is not only unproved, but impossible, the ignorant, half-educated masses have acquired the idea that it is to be accepted as a fundamental fact."
(Dr. Thomas Dwight, famed professor at Harvard University)