Quote Originally Posted by shunyadragon View Post
Improbability does not apply to natural laws and processes. Something can be improbable but given billions of years it is likely to happen a number of times. It is more of a juggling act by those that misuse statistics and probability to justify an agenda.
But we don't have billions of years for life to form, almost immediately (geologically speaking) after conditions were available that support life, we have life.

The articles cited described the problems that needed to be solve regarding the origins of chirility, and not the probability. Science does not deal in probabilities, because they cannot be reliably determined, except with unscientific assumptions as Behe does.
Science can deal with probabilities, though.

Source: Yockey, Information Theory, Evolution and the Origin of Life

The origin of life is unsolvable as a scientific problem.

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And Hubert Yockey is no friend of Intelligent Design.