Saturday, May 3, 2014

Analysis of Kepler-186f

The discovery of Kepler-186f announcement of an Earth size planet inside its star's habitable zone produced excitement as well as speculation about life existing on this plane and possibly intelligent life. Also followed were the usual artist depictions of the planet making it look similar to Earth. However an actual analysis of Kepler-186f shows that all it really has in common with the Earth that it is similarity in size with Earth.
 Despite  the atheistic evolutionary presupposition  that Kepler-186f might be habitable, there is no  evidence that ithas even a drop liquid water, and even if it did that is not evidence for life. However behind the repeated desperate hopefulness of finding life on one of these exoplanets is the theory abiogenesis a theory of biological origins that is thermodynamically impossible. Abiogenesis is the theory that life arose spontaneously for non living chemicals. The thermodynamic impossibility of abiogenesis results from statistical thermodynamics and not from the 2nd law. However the desperation for atheists to explain how we got here without God requires them assume that life arose spontaneously for non living chemicals no mater how much the laws of physics say it can't happen.

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