Vocal Point-Stephen Meyer

What are the odds of life just happening by chance? In his New York Times bestselling book, “Darwin’s Doubt” (2013), Dr. Stephen Meyer points out that  “the probability of attaining a correct sequence [of amino acids to build a protein molecule] by random search would roughly equal the probability of a blind spaceman finding a single marked atom by chance among all the atoms in the Milky Way  galaxy—on its face clearly not a likely outcome.” (p. 183). Dr. Stephen Meyer joins Jerry Newcombe on Vocal Point to discuss the staggering odds against life happening by chance. www.darwinsdoubt.com

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