But... only 20 of them are used in building protein molecules used in living cells
NOTICE that AFTER two animo-acid molecules react with one another, the resulting molecule also has an animo-group and an acid-group.
So this new (bigger) molecule can react with a third amino-acid molecule to form an even longer molecule:
When that happens, the resulting molecule is a protein
This is just like using 26 letters in the English alphabet, we can make an infinite number of words (some words may not be in the English vocabulary - e.g., abbakadabrahashimhasham)
Such molecules are called "mirror-isotopes" (in Dutch)
There is NO WAY to make one molecule be IDENTICAL to the other one.
IF you replace an amino-acid molecule in a protein with its symmetry counter-part, the new protein molecule will FOLD DIFFERENTLY
As a result, different active part in the protein will be EXPOSED and chemical property of the new protein molecule will be DIFFERENT
(They distinguish the two different variants of the mirror-isotope as "left-handed" and "right-handed" - this is because a solution of the "left-handed" varient will rotate a beam of polarized light to the left, and a solution of the "right-handed" varient will rotate a beam of polarized light to the right....)
BTW, this is how they make "non-fat" fat (used in chips !) - the fat molecule contains some right-handed amino-acid
(Don't call them stupid, because they can't know better with their poor quality microscopes)
Once, bounded, the transport molecule "flips" inward and the (useful) protein molecule is "sucked" into the cell.
So the membrane is a selective barrier
NOTE: Viruses that make us sick "tricks" the cell by presenting the some useful molecule to the cell to "sneak" into the cell (maskerading)
The mitrochondrium contain enzymes (accelerators) that use the energy in the sugar molecule to change (3) "ADP" molecules into (3) "ATP" molecules.
The ATP molecules are like "energy packets" - all activities in living cells that use energy uses the energy from ATP molecules.
For example: Cell membranes from different persons are different.
You can tell this because:
I think the reason that this is so is because the Creator tries to communicate with us through science - I will explain this later.
Here are the 4 molecules used in making (all) DNA molecules:
The molecules are:
This is what the "Theory" of Evolution is teaching
This is what the Bible teaches
For a long time, the scientific community has been championing Evolution.
But the more science learned about the processes in the living cell, and the fossil records, more and more informed scientists are turning away from Evolution.
This was obviously wonderful news for people that did not want to believe in God - it was their "proof" that life CAN be a result of natural processes.
Evidence from geology (deep earth rocks) shows that the primitive earth
did not have much
CH4, NH3 and H2....
Scientists now believe that the early atmosphere consists of H2O, CO2 and N2
With H2O, CO2 and N2 in Miller's experiment, you get NO amino acids AT ALL !!!...
Reference: The Case of a Creator, Lee Strobel and many others.
You may wonder ***why*** many Evolutionist zealots decide to keep this lie in the text books ?
Even before scientist discovered that the early earth atmosphere was not full of methan (CH4, so even WITH the assumption that the atmosphere was made up of the gasses as Miller has assumed, there are still unsurmontable problems to create a living cell in a bottle...
The chance that 2 different amino-acid molecules will "bump into each other" to combine into a larger molecule depends on the concentration.
Well, they use this outlet to siphon away the amino-acid before they get destroyed :-).
Obviously, you don't have this little convenience in nature.....
In contrast, proteins used by living cells have hundreds and some even thousands of amino-acids.
These molecules would gobble up most if not all amino-acids and stop the abiogenesis cold turkey....
Living cells ONLY uses the LEFT-handed variant
Proteins that contains one or more right-handed molecules are inactive.... (here is an article on this subject: click here)
But as I argued previously, the number of sites where you can accumulate a sufficiently high concentration of amino-acids cannot be very high due to the hostile environment.
The odds of getting it right just decreased to a number that makes winning the lottery look a sure thing....
|"This scenario (a huge number of amino-acid molecules bouncing against each other and creating a living cell) is about as likely as a tornado whirling through a junkyard and accidentally assembling a fully functional Boeing 747"...|