Sources: Interface [via Arvix], Arizona State Univ.
quote: We know that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, a scientific fact.
quote: Now this fact, includes un-avoidable losses, things like friction, heat/energy loss.
quote: When a first body exerts a force F1 on a second body, the second body simultaneously exerts a force F2 = -F1 on the first body. This means that F1 and F2 are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction.
quote: Everything in the existence operates at a loss, and this is what science describes in the Laws of Thermodynamics.
quote: These principles also apply directly to systems of information, complexity, language, data, etc...
quote: Take a book for example and its contents, a very basic paper and ink, a one dimensional data storage device. A book cannot write itself and cannot come into being by chance or by any random means. It would be un-scientific to say it could because that would violate the laws of thermodynamics.
quote: The SETI project is another example, searching space for signs of intelligence by looking for radiation signals that contain information or intelligent data. The entire premise of the project rests on the correct assumption; that random background radiation cannot and will not produce radiation signals which contain information.
quote: Ironically evolutionists claim the exact opposite that random chaos can create life, and literally move from a state of low energy to high energy (or complexity).
quote: If we attempt to calculate the probability of an average-sized protein consisting of 400 amino acids being selected only from left-handed amino acids, we come up with a probability of 1 in 2^400, or 10^120. Just for a comparison, the number of electrons in the universe is estimated at 10^79, which although vast, is a much smaller number.
quote: Even the infamous 'Lucy' is know if be made up of over a dozen different animals.