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

enzymes, Evolution, experimental conditions, experiments, information, Intelligent Design, investigator interference, investigator intervention, nucleotide sequences, nucleotides, origin of life, polymerase, replication, ribozymes, RNA, RNA world, self-replication, temperature variations
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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Meyer: “Is the Designer an Alien or God?”

alien intelligence, atheists, biological information, Brian Keating, cosmos, DNA, HarperOne, Intelligent Design, New Atheism, origin of life, panspermia, physics, Physics, Earth & Space, Return of the God Hypothesis, Richard Dawkins, scientists, The Stream, U.C. San Diego
"The fine-tuning of the universe is better explained by an intelligent agent that transcends the universe, with attributes that we associate with God." Source
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Great Expectations: Origins in Science Education

abiogenesis, Arkansas Tech University, atmosphere, college students, Dark Ages, Discovery Institute Press, DNA, early Earth, Education, Evolution and Intelligent Design in a Nutshell, high school students, information, James Tour, John Narcum, Miller-Urey experiment, molecular machines, origin of life, polymers, primordial soup, ribosomes, RNA world, The Mystery of Life’s Origin
How ironic then that a majority of college-educated adults have been led so far astray in their understanding of the sobering realities of abiogenesis research. Source
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