AMINO ACID PROTEIN CHAINS TOO LONG TO FORM BY CHANCE
Amino acids are chained together by the living cell to form protein chains. Some origin of life theories proposes that perhaps (in some warm primordial soup) protein chains originally formed spontaneously and randomly and then emerged life. The mathematical likelihood of even 100 amino acids (comprised of 20 different amino acid letters) randomly and spontaneously forming requires a work of miraculous serendipity. For 247 amino acids to randomly form, the average length in many living organisms, requires mathematics to depart from the orbit of reason and rocket into wild imagination beyond rationality. It is absurd!
148 amino acids long protein chain is significantly shorter than the average human protein chain at 247 amino acids in length but mathematically absurd as forming by random chance. Amino Acids are like letters: amino acids are chained by the information provided by DNA to build proteins which become living flesh.
Amino Acids used by life only come from living things. Each amino acid used in all life only comes from living things—none occur in nature outside of life.
Evolutionary biology tells us that mutations such as the CCR5 mutation that provides resistance to HIV can be used as an example for evolution, but does the genetic evidence really support this claim? Not exactly.