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The creationist is quick to remind evolutionists that biopoiesis and evolution describe events that stand in stark naked contradiction to an established law.
The law of biogenesis says life arises only from preexisting life, biopoiesis says life sprang from dead chemicals; evolution states that life forms give rise to new, improved and different life forms, the law of biogenesis says that kinds only reproduce their own kinds.
To this, the creationist replies that even given the artificial conditions and intelligent maneuverings of biopoiesis experiments, life has still not “spontaneously generated.”...Until such a time as life is observed to spontaneously generate, the creationist insists the law of biogenesis stands!...
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 Talk:Biopoiesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
did not create the more complex proteins or DNA chains which are the real barrier for biopoiesis and most definetly did not create the complex synthesis of the two needed for life.
It is unclear if biopoiesis is possible and hence their is much creationist liteature attacking this concept and hence naturalism.
However these critcisms are often attacked on the ground that they greatly caricture the proposed processes of biopoiesis.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:Biopoiesis   (197 words)

  
 Bloomsbury.com - Research centre
Biopoiesis (Greek, 'making life'), in the life sciences, is an explanation of how life on Earth originated from non-living matter.
Some scientists have proposed that life arrived on Earth from space ( panspermia), but proponents of biopoiesis argue that this possibility does not invalidate their ideas since life, as it exists on Earth, must have arisen somewhere at some time.
Biopoiesis thus suggests how such a simple organism, called a eobiont (Greek, 'Dawn Life') might have originated and given rise to life on Earth today through the processes of biogenesis and evolution.
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 Talk:Abiogenesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I prefer to leave it abiogenesis where it is (it gets around 18,000 hits: Google), and I think that biopoiesis should be merged with origin of life, it only gets 91 hits on Google: Google.
Biopoiesis has been used in place of abiogenesis by a number of researchers involved in origins related work.
Abiogenesis is by far the most common term for this, so I think biopoiesis should be merged here instead.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Talk:Abiogenesis   (1433 words)

  
 Biopoiesis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Abiogenesis.
Biopoiesis or biopoesis is the process of living matter evolving from self-replicating but nonliving molecules.
It is theorized that biopoiesis may occur over time if an energy source, organic molecules, and liquid water are present.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Biopoiesis   (208 words)

  
 Bloomsbury.com - Research centre
The theory was initially popular, presumably because it provided a distraction from the controversial ideas of evolution and biopoiesis, and it has been cultivated by sf authors who have proposed that the seed may have been delivered intentionally.
It is possible that panspermia could have occurred, and the lack of a fossil record pertaining to the earliest period of life on Earth means that the the theory can be neither proven nor refuted.
Finally, the concept of panspermia does not provide an alternative for either biopoiesis or evolution because the life which the seed represents must have appeared from non-living matter at some stage and, after arriving on Earth, must have evolved to produce the biodiversity which is extant today.
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 Biopoiesis - Result for Biopoiesis - Meaning of Biopoiesis - Definition of Biopoiesis - Dictionary of Meaning - ...
Biopoiesis - Result for Biopoiesis - Meaning of Biopoiesis - Definition of Biopoiesis - Dictionary of Meaning - www.mauspfeil.net
Also, as I see no good reason to post criticism by biologists on a religious page, likewise, I see no good reason for posting religious criticism on a biology page.
There you find a list of all editors and the possibility to edit the original text of the article Biopoiesis.
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 Nano Functions TOC   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Biopoiesis of protobionts: the protein microspheres of S. Fox
The ultimate perspective on biopoiesis: the end of the dogmatic era
The specificity of the living and biopoiesis of a double articulation:
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 Evolution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
he development of life from self-replicating organic molecules in the original "primordial soup" is a scientific hypothesis called biopoiesis.
They have also created what appear to be the precursors of cells; however, the precise mechanism and biochemical pathway for biopoiesis remain hypothetical.
If one hypothesis does not adequately explain the origin of life, this does not mean that an alternative hypothesis is necessarily true.
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 Apologetics Press - 15 Answers to John Rennie and Scientific American’s Nonsense—Argument #7   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Evolution postulates that life arose from nonliving matter as a result of a purely naturalistic, completely mechanistic, and equally mysterious process on a prebiotic Earth.
This process—which parades under such names as abiogenesis, chemical evolution, biopoiesis, or spontaneous generation—is one of the foundational concepts of organic evolution.
When British evolutionist G.A. Kerkut published his classic book, The Implications of Evolution, he listed the seven nonprovable assumptions upon which evolution is based.
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 Apollo BBS Archive - April 1990
True, DNA is incredibly complex and it stretches credulity to suppose that it autopoietically appeared from an inorganic "soup." Of course, you are arguing against a straw man, since no one has asserted that this is the case.
Now, pardon me for not taking every utterance of the great Fred Hoyle as fact, but when Hoyle says he has calculated the odds of biopoiesis, I'd like to know exactly how he determined that.
Message: 6292 Author: $ Jeff Beck Category: Debate / dispute Subject: more stuff Date: 04/26/90 Time: 04:05:07 Furthermore, a non-random distribution of energy does not indicate that such a distribution is the result of supernatural intervention.
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 Frizzen   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
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 The Modern Rationalist - February - 2005
Simple membrances resembling those of living cells have been observed to form spontanoeously from lipids extracted from meteorites.
Biopoiesis research has advanced to the point that today I can claim that plausible accounts are at hand for the origins of all the necessary chemicals of which living systems are composed.
The last area in which a god was believed to have found employment is actually the first one that was shown to be illusory.
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 Chapter 25 Appendix Part 1
They are acquainted with the second law of thermodynamics, which would work against the build-up of amino acids and proteins needed before that original final spark of life could develop on earth." —H. Coffin, Creation—Accident or Design?
"Any transition from one stage of biopoiesis to the next usually entails the growth of a complex and organized system.
After the second law of thermodynamics a reverse decomposition process much more probable than the direct synthetic one."
www.godrules.net /evolutioncruncher/a25.htm   (9627 words)

  
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If you want a detailed Darwinian description of how to go from protocells to directed protein synthesis (using DNA) read: AM Poole, DC Jeffares, D Penney, The path from the RNA world.
== ³Life is a self-sustained chemical system capable of undergoing Darwinian evolution.² == Biopoiesis http:www.britannica.combcomebarticle00,5716,81416+1+79272,00.html Book of life: Chapter one http:news.bbc.co.ukhienglishscitechnewsid_545000545008.stm Is life just genes?
These thermal proteinoids have been observed to rearrange themselves spontaneously to form spherical proto-cells which exhibit many of the characteristics of simple, single-celled life.
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