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I think the issue with Intelligent Design is not so much that its patently proven wrong. On the contrary, the problem is that it not a scientific hypothesis and so it really isn't a scientific question. If I may, the basis of the scientific method, as formulated by Karl Popper, but commonly in use today, is that science is the putting forth of theories ...


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It may never have happened again, however, since all lifeforms on Earth today are similar on a molecular level (DNA), suggesting a common origin. An important distinction to make here is that all extant life on Earth has a common origin. It's completely possible that abiogenesis occurred many times, but whatever organisms emerged as a result became ...


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It may never have happened again, however, since all lifeforms on Earth today are similar on a molecular level Actually, the similarity is at the chemical level where the chirality of all known-life's amino acids are "left-handed" (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothetical_types_of_biochemistry#Alternative-chirality_biomolecules). Since there is ...



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