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July 23, 2019, 22:47  #1 
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Major Science/Math Theory That Proves GOD is the Creator of Life...Inside!!!...Part 2
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. . . . . . . . . . Part 1 is here and you already saw it: http://www.falfiles.com/forums/showthread.php?t=436371 This is why I love math....LOL Here is an introduction to Statistical Mechanics and one of the highly studied Probabilistic Mechanics Theorem of the Infinite Monkeys Typewriter: Statistical mechanics is the branch of physics that combines the principles and procedures of statistics with the laws of both classical and quantum mechanics, particularly with respect to the field of thermodynamics. It aims to predict and explain the measurable properties of macroscopic systems on the basis of the properties and behaviour of the microscopic constituents of those systems. Statistical mechanics interprets, for example, thermal energy as the energy of atomic particles in disordered states and temperature as a quantitative measure of how energy is shared among such particles. Statistical mechanics draws heavily on the laws of probability so that it does not concentrate on the behaviour of every individual particle in a macroscopic substance but on the average behaviour of a large number of particles of the same kind. Statistical mechanics is one of the pillars of modern physics. Of course this theorem uses monkeys and typewriters to for ease of presentation ...but In reality they represent the mechanical chemical and/or physical natural processes that would have made up life in this universe BY CHANCE. The infinite monkey theorem states that a monkey hitting keys at random on a typewriter keyboard for an infinite amount of time will almost surely type any given text, such as the complete works of William Shakespeare. In fact, the monkey would almost surely type every possible finite text an infinite number of times. However, the probability that monkeys filling the observable universe would type a complete work such as Shakespeare's Hamlet is so tiny that the chance of it occurring during a period of time hundreds of thousands of orders of magnitude longer than the age of the universe is extremely super low . Suppose the typewriter has 50 keys, and the word to be typed is banana. If the keys are pressed randomly and independently, it means that each key has an equal chance of being pressed. Then, the chance that the first letter typed is 'b' is 1/50, and the chance that the second letter typed is a is also 1/50, and so on. Therefore, the chance of the first six letters spelling banana is (1/50) × (1/50) × (1/50) × (1/50) × (1/50) × (1/50) = (1/50)6 = 1/15 625 000 000 , less than one in 15 billion, but not zero. Also, if there were as many monkeys as there are atoms in the observable universe typing extremely fast for trillions of times the life of the universe, the probability of the monkeys replicating even a single page of Shakespeare is unfathomably small. Ignoring punctuation, spacing, and capitalization, a monkey typing letters uniformly at random has a chance of one in 26 of correctly typing the first letter of Hamlet. It has a chance of one in 676 (26 × 26) of typing the first two letters. Because the probability shrinks exponentially, at 20 letters it already has only a chance of one in 2620 = 19,928,148,895,209,409,152,340,197,376 (almost 2 × 1028). In the case of the entire text of Hamlet, the probabilities are so vanishingly small as to be inconceivable. Even if every proton in the observable universe were a monkey with a typewriter, typing from the Big Bang until the end of the universe (when protons might no longer exist), they would still need a far greater amount of time – more than three hundred and sixty thousand orders of magnitude longer – to have even a 1 in 10500 chance of success. Orders of Magnitude = a shitload of exponents over exponents of huge number of digits!!!!!! In fact there is less than a one in a trillion chance of success that such a universe made of monkeys could type any particular document a mere 79 characters long. Imagine now the probability of an unintelligent "nature" coming up with the code makeup of DNA!!!!!...and also the makeup of the other hundreds of things needed to sustain this life......practically and numerically impossible in this visible Universe. Clearly, an intelligent and sentient being with ENORMOUS POWER AND LOVE, for us, created all of this, for us = the Abrahamic GOD.    
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A website entitled The Monkey Shakespeare Simulator, launched on July 1, 2003, contained a Java applet that simulated a large population of monkeys typing randomly, with the stated intention of seeing how long it takes the virtual monkeys to produce a complete Shakespearean play from beginning to end.
For example, it produced this partial line from Henry IV, Part 2, reporting that it took "2,737,850 million billion billion billion monkeyyears" to reach 24 matching characters: RUMOUR. Open your ears; 9r"5j5&?OWTY Z0d...   
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Evolutionary biologist and Atheists have tried to demonstrate the ability of natural selection to produce biological complexity out of random mutations by using a tweaked version of this Theorem.
But the problem is that the "random mutations" are in the thousands of orders of magnitude...which is a shitload of exponents just as gargantuan as the overall "biological complexity".....LOL Also, the "parent" and generations must have already taken trillions of trillions of years of jirations thru "the typewriter" to have existed. It's pure bullshit.     
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Many folks, and I am one, contend that the genetic mutations necessary to produce a tapeworm from an amoeba are as unlikely as a monkey typing Hamlet's soliloquy, and hence the odds against the evolution of all life are impossible to overcome....just friggin IMPOSSIBLE!!!
   
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And my personal opinion on the existence of extraterrestrial intelligent life is:
1 As a Science lover I'm not too excited of spending time, money and life looking for it. Because the Solutions proposed by the scientific community, to Fermis Paradox, are fatal, UNGODLY and hopeless to this civilization. 2 The chance of extraterrestrial intelligent life existing is scientifically and mathematically even more improbable than our own...according to the theorem.   
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The probability that an Australian declines a beer has been calculated at one in one quadrillion. But I have a friend that said he saw it happen.
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It is not a comparable scenario for random Probabilistic mechanics.   
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