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Craig says that it is "not 'mathematically impossible' for life to have occurred by chance". Let's consider the probability of just one average protein of say 200 amino acids to be formed by chance. For each amino acid in a protein there are 20 different amino acids to choose from. Therefore, the probability to form this 200 amino acid protein would be 1/20th to the 200th power, or 1 in 10 to the 260th power. If 1 in 10 to the 50th power is considered impossible by probabilistic mathematicians, then with just one average protein we have far exceeded this limit. Now with over two million proteins in the human body, it takes blind faith to believe that life formed by chance.
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