"Ockham's Razor"—How Complex is the Complexity of Life?

Evolution, regarding the origin of life, it ends up driving down a dead end road if you consider the simplest living organisms are deemed to have one of the most incredible complex structures imaginable. A living cell is more complex than anything man has ever devised and still cannot replicate. Put all coincidences aside, there are far too many conditions to be met for a cell to form. DNA in each cell is an incredible databank, with volume upon volume of info, enough data to rival and surpass NASA's huge computers.

This principle is called "Irreducible Complexity," which is an argument by proponents of intelligent design that biological systems are too complex to have evolved through the evolutionary means of natural selection.

Professor Leslie Orgel, and evolutionist from the University of San Diego confessed back in 1994 in Scientific American magazine:

It is extremely improbable that proteins and nucleic acids, both of which are structurally complex, arose spontaneously in the same place at the same time. Yet it also seems impossible to have one without the other. And so, at first glance, one might have to conclude that life could never, in fact, have originated by chemical means.

Surpisingly, the simplest explanation for the origin of DNA is to use the principle of Ockham's Razor, (Occam). Simple is best, shaving it back, meaning that a cell is something like a memory chip, with information loaded into it by a designer. If life didn't originate by natural causes then life must have been "created" by some unknown supernatural force. 

Ockham's Razor invalidates the theory of evolution. Evolution's main purpose is to deny the existence of God. The God of the Bible.

*If you like my blogs check out my book "ONE TWO ONE TWO a ghost story, on sale at Amazon only $2.99 on Kindle  or read it for free join Amazon Prime

Dog Brindle

No comments: