Is the Zeus not the True God?
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20-08-2016, 02:30 AM
RE: Is the Zeus not the True God?
(16-08-2016 10:23 PM)Astreja Wrote:  Just a bunch of words that have nothing to do with the real world. No evidence for your god.
The True God is designation of the very first life in history. Therefore, the True God is the Life, because without Him no life is possible.
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20-08-2016, 03:45 AM
RE: Is the Zeus not the True God?
(20-08-2016 02:30 AM)theBorg Wrote:  
(16-08-2016 10:23 PM)Astreja Wrote:  Just a bunch of words that have nothing to do with the real world. No evidence for your god.
The True God is designation of the very first life in history. Therefore, the True God is the Life, because without Him no life is possible.

God is "the very first life in history", you say? In that case, this is God:

[Image: protocell.jpg__600x600_q85_subsampling-2.jpg]

[For the rest of you, the above is, quote, "A 3-D view of a model protocell (a primitive cell) approximately 100 nanometers in diameter modeled by a team of researchers at Harvard University".]

A new study outlines a simple mechanism by which RNA could become associated with the membranes of protocells, a cooperative interaction that could have led to the formation of primitive cells. Researchers believe that membrane surfaces on the early Earth provided a platform for reactions involving RNA. However, in order for these reactions to occur, RNA would first have had to become associated with the membranes themselves.

The study, “Electrostatic Localization of RNA to Protocell Membranes by Cationic Hydrophobic Peptides,” was published in the journal Angewandte Chemie. The work was supported by the Exobiology and Evolutionary Biology element of the NASA Astrobiology Program.


https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/news/attra...membranes/

"Theology made no provision for evolution. The biblical authors had missed the most important revelation of all! Could it be that they were not really privy to the thoughts of God?" - E. O. Wilson
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20-08-2016, 05:48 AM
RE: Is the Zeus not the True God?
(20-08-2016 03:45 AM)RocketSurgeon76 Wrote:  
(20-08-2016 02:30 AM)theBorg Wrote:  The True God is designation of the very first life in history. Therefore, the True God is the Life, because without Him no life is possible.

God is "the very first life in history", you say? In that case, this is God:

[Image: protocell.jpg__600x600_q85_subsampling-2.jpg]

[For the rest of you, the above is, quote, "A 3-D view of a model protocell (a primitive cell) approximately 100 nanometers in diameter modeled by a team of researchers at Harvard University".]

A new study outlines a simple mechanism by which RNA could become associated with the membranes of protocells, a cooperative interaction that could have led to the formation of primitive cells. Researchers believe that membrane surfaces on the early Earth provided a platform for reactions involving RNA. However, in order for these reactions to occur, RNA would first have had to become associated with the membranes themselves.

The study, “Electrostatic Localization of RNA to Protocell Membranes by Cationic Hydrophobic Peptides,” was published in the journal Angewandte Chemie. The work was supported by the Exobiology and Evolutionary Biology element of the NASA Astrobiology Program.


https://astrobiology.nasa.gov/news/attra...membranes/

........ actually, now that I think about it, I'm thinking that the oldest life in history is the pig depicted in a cave painting in Indonesia.

Protocells, while fascinating and cool, are strictly prehistoric. Big Grin

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