But it has everything to do with Odds.
I did an earlier post regarding Odds---you can see that by Clicking Here
So I read this "scientific" article about Global Warming. The article, Called The Heat is On
And I came across this claim: "Nine of the 10 hottest years in NOAA global records have occurred since 2000. The odds of this happening at random are about 650 million to 1, according to University of South Carolina statistician John Grego."
650 million to One.
According to this scientist, these odds are too great to be random.
According to this scientist, these odds are so great, there must be some purposeful cause of these events, in this case---us.
I wonder what this same scientist would think about the odds of evolution?
I read this article written by atheist scientists about the odds on us evolving by random events. You can read the article yourself by Clicking Here
In this very "scientific" article, the evolutionist claims that "the simplest theorized self-replicating peptide is only 32 amino acids long. The probability of it forming randomly, in sequential trials, is approximately 1 in 10 to the 40th power" And in the context of this article, these odds are not so far fetched. That these are acceptable odds that proteins could randomly assemble and lead to life.
Does that sound as ridiculous to you as it does to me???
To believe in God or to believe in Evolution?