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Man's Organs Create An Unsurmountable Problem For Accidentalists


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#281 Sleepy House

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Posted 20 November 2017 - 08:46 AM

Prof Murray Eden of MIT said that human genes contain about a billion nucleotides, and whichever way you did the math the conclusion is always the same: the length of time life has been on this earth is not long enough for all those nucleotides to have been generated by chance mutations.

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Posted 20 November 2017 - 01:46 PM

Prof Murray Eden of MIT said that human genes contain about a billion nucleotides, and whichever way you did the math the conclusion is always the same: the length of time life has been on this earth is not long enough for all those nucleotides to have been generated by chance mutations.
BK are you a Grandmaster?

International Master (FIDE) 2380 (USCF) 2540. Highs
I stopped playing seriously when I was in my early 20s
I decided it wasnt going to be a good career going forward.
I could have easily gotten a GM title but it was going to
cost me quite a lot to achieve that.. Most GMs I knew lived
In their Mother's basement...

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Posted 22 November 2017 - 10:15 AM

Very impressive! Even though the rules have not changed, the gameplay is so different now. I feel like it's way more about memorization, that is to say the earlier players played more intuitively rather than formulaically. My favorite games to replay are by Paul Morphy. I liked to study a lot of games by Tigran Petrosian, also, just to see if I could detect the defensive purpose of each move before the opponent made a mistake and got brutally pounced.




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