Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Human DNA and the Encyclopedia Britannica

"Human DNA contains more organized information than the Encyclopedia Britannica. If the full text of the encyclopedia were to arrive in computer code from outer space, most people would regard this as proof of the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence. But when seen in nature, it is explained as the workings of random forces" (George Sim Johnson, Wall Street Journal, October 14, 1999, as cited in The Case for the Creator by Lee Strobel, chapter 9).

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