Sunday, April 1, 2018

Insulin & Genetic Entropy

James F. Coppedge calculated the probability of a single insulin molecule (one of the simpler complex molecules in the human body) would form by chance as 1 in 10E109 (or 1 followed by 10 zeros) – a probability most statisticians consider to be impossible. John C. Sanford concluded that, because of genetic entropy, if humanity were even 100,000 years old, our genomes should have reached “error catastrophe” resulting in human extinction by now!