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Old 09-10-2017, 11:20   #3
Ignitionnet
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Re: Origins of life research

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Originally Posted by ianch99 View Post
Very interesting. If/when the origin of life is provable by mathematics, the creationist debate will be revisited with interest.
It's not really a debate and hasn't been for a while now. Regardless of what science provides proofs for until such a time as every religion with a creation myth no longer exists there will always be creationism - see those who claim the planet's a few thousand years old, and for science denial those who believe Earth is flat. It is what it is.
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