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Canuck_2
Senior Contributor

How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/02/130228124138.htm

Four billion years ago, soon after the planet cooled enough for life to begin, primordial cells may have replicated and divided without protein machinery or cell walls, relying instead on just a flimsy lipid membrane. New research on bacteria examines exactly how these primitive cells could have evolved without such crucial structures.

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gough whitlam
Senior Contributor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

Bill - this lot of numbnuts wouldn't not know sh-t from sugar.  The plethora of replies under me is about what I expected.  I can see it now - each would have raced into the library and fluttered through hundreds of pages of the blessed bible to find any mention of primitive cells. Nothing there so the answer is nothing.  So much for the suggestion that god made everything.

Nebrfarmr
Veteran Advisor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

How did those primordal cells get there?

 

I am not saying that that hypothesis cannot, or even is not true, but that is not proof that God didn't do it.

In fact, it would make sense, that God would create the proper conditions, for the spark of life he created, to be able to flourish.

 

Heck, even us dumb farmers, take time to create an 'ideal seedbed' when we plant.   What makes one think God wouldn't do the same?

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?


@Canuck_2 wrote:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/02/130228124138.htm

Four billion years ago, soon after the planet cooled enough for life to begin, primordial cells may have replicated and divided without protein machinery or cell walls, relying instead on just a flimsy lipid membrane. New research on bacteria examines exactly how these primitive cells could have evolved without such crucial structures.


Says it all.

bruce MN
Advisor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

gough whitlam
Senior Contributor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

Really - you are drawing a long bow on that one.  God has been around for billions of years huh?   How come he was only "discovered"  a few thousand years ago?

gough whitlam
Senior Contributor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

Why would he fool around with primordial cells when with the snap of the finger he created everything in the universe, animals, mountains, blah blah blah and even primordial cells, in 7 days.  Oh yeah - pull the other one, it plays jingle bells.

r3020
Senior Advisor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?


@gough whitlam wrote:

Why would he fool around with primordial cells when with the snap of the finger he created everything in the universe, animals, mountains, blah blah blah and even primordial cells, in 7 days.  Oh yeah - pull the other one, it plays jingle bells.


To give you something to think about.

Nebrfarmr
Veteran Advisor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

I think I already gave my opinion on the '7 days' thing.  
Who knows how long God's 'day' is?

Take for example, someone from another planet, or even the 'man in the moon'.   How long would his 'day' be?

What makes people think, that we are the yardstick for the entire universe?

 

Also, I listed the order of life, as it appeared in the Bible, and asked who had any scientific proof that it was wrong (first came plants, then creatures of the sea, then animals on land & in the air, followed by humans.

As far as I know, that is what evolutionists tell us, how things happened.  So, how did people, thousands of years ago, with no knowledge of science as we know it, who were writing a book of 'fairly tales', manage to get it right?

I would like proof, not only of how animal life began, but plant life, as well.   I went to school, where they went into great detail about how plnats live, how they reproduce, how they can be grafted, and even have their genes modified and spliced, but have yet to hear how the first plants became 'alive', let alone any animals.

kraft-t
Senior Advisor

Re: How Did Early Primordial Cells Evolve?

Maybe they were always there like your GOD!