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... how do we know if a biological cell is designed or not?
Quote from: MrIntelligentDesign on 16/09/2015 13:09:00... how do we know if a biological cell is designed or not? There is common DNA between different life-forms consistent with evolution : evidence of newbielink:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Last_universal_ancestor [nonactive] from which all life evolved. newbielink:http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/lines_08 [nonactive], again consistent with evolution : the cells have a common ancestor.[ also there is " newbielink:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noncoding_DNA [nonactive]" , inconsistent with intelligent design : an intelligent-programmer would not produce code which was mostly redundant ].
I am sorry maybe I am a person with no intelligence, intelligent design ? what does this mean! what are you talking about please in layman terms please, are you saying something like Christopher Wren, a clever design, or something completely different?what does this even mean?''Intelligence is the principle of reinforcing an X to survive, to exist and to succeed in a certain degree of importance, and it always acts on asymmetrical phenomenon.''
Thank you for your interest.Actually, what I am trying to say is that I discovered the real intelligence. Our science now has this explanation and we can now categorize if all X in the entire existence is intelligent designed (intellen) or not (naturen) in the topic of origin and cause and effect.For example, how do you know if cell is intellen or naturen? If you use my new discoveries, you could answer it easily.''Intelligence is the principle of reinforcing an X to survive, to exist and to succeed in a certain degree of importance, and it always acts on asymmetrical phenomenon.''That is the universal definition of the real intelligence. When you talk intelligence, it will always fall or agree into this definition.