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Experiments on “Self-Replicating” RNA Indicate the Need for Intelligent Agency in Life’s Origin

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Any evolving system of RNAs would quickly include almost exclusively RNAs that performed no biologically useful actions. Source
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New Article Purports to Help Explain the Origin of the Genetic Code

Alexandra Kühnlein, binary code, Dieter Braun, DNA, early Earth, error threshold, Evolution, genetic code, intelligent agency, Intelligent Design, investigator intervention, James Tour, nucleotides, NUPACK, origin of life, protein enzymes, proteins, RNA, RNA world, Simon Lanzmich
Without all of the described investigator interventions, a system of replicating RNAs could never emerge or even sustain itself. Source
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Charles Marshall: Origin of Life Could Have Happened “Millions of Times”

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Charles Marshall at U.C. Berkeley represents establishment opinion in current evolutionary theory, and for good reason. Source
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