The Living Cell
• Probability of a single protein occurring by random chance is 1 in 10191
(A single cell has thousands of proteins).
• Probability of a single cell occurring by random chance is 1 in 1040,000.
• What’s so significant about these figures?
Anything greater than
1 in 1050
is statistically impossible
= has never happened, and will never happen.
Text Source: Mike Riddell, Answers in Genesis; Image Source: Science Clarified.