The Teleological Argument for the Existence of God2 min read

The Teleological Argument, also known as the Argument from Design, is a philosophical and theological perspective that posits the existence of God based on the apparent order, purpose, and design present in the natural world. Dating back to ancient Greek philosophers such as Socrates and Plato, this argument has been refined and developed by prominent theologians and philosophers throughout history, including Saint Thomas Aquinas,…

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Origin of Life: Information within Life8 min read

In efforts done by origins of life studies, the simplest protocell that could be the source of living cells as we know it should contain DNA (or RNA), proteins & enzymes, all enclosed in a membrane. As simple as it may seem, this system, however, includes an advanced communication system. In the previous article, Origin of Life: Irreducible Complexity within the Cell we discussed…

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Origin of Life: Irreducible Complexity within the Cell4 min read

Introduction  According to Abiogenesis, it is assumed that the first life form was a simple cellular organism, which can evolve by itself during the prebiotic era, and then as time goes by, this simple cell starts to get more functions, being more complex, and forming more complex life forms.   As we are discussing the origin of life, we should be more concerned about that…

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Origin of Life: Synthetic Life3 min read

Were scientists able to “create” life?   In May 2010, a team of scientists led by Dr J. Craig Venter became the first to successfully create what was described as "synthetic life".   Dr. Venter is an American biotechnologist and businessman, known for many remarkable contributions in the field of genetics.  The experiment to create life was done by synthesizing a very long DNA molecule containing…

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