Luca Turin, a biophysicist then at University College London, states the following: "Life's 4 billion years of nanoscale R&D will have engineered many miracles," he says. We should learn to accept what we see and try to mimic it, he says - and not just in solar cells and quantum computers…in other words, evolution engineered miracles that equal quantum computers.
Can you imagine a more silly statement from such a smart person? We now know that an overwhelming majority of cellular mutations are harmful. How did evolution, from an overwhelming harmful process, engineer complexity that equals a quantum computer? How can that happen…4 billion years of miracles according to Luca Turin?
Even if you conceded Mr. Turin that these statistically low successful mutations could overcome the majority of unsuccessful mutations, how did these very few successful mutations achieve such complexity in the process; such that it is equal in design to a quantum computer? Such complexity is an indicator of a designer...God.
Mr. Turin can accept 4 billion years of continuous miracles in a book on science, but not one miracle in a book called the Bible.
Published on Wednesday, July 8, 2015 @ 4:41 AM CDT