"Using a little algebra (Logarithms) we can see that 4 [to the 1000 power] is equivalent to 10 [to the 600 power]. Ten multiplied by itself 600 times gives the figure 10 followed by 600 zeros! This number is completely beyond our comprehension." *Frank Salisbury, "Doubts about the Modern Theory of Evolution, "American Biology Teacher, September 1971, pp. 336-338.
"Suppose we wanted to build a machine capable of reaching into bins for all of its parts, and capable of assembling from those parts a second machine just like itself." *Marcel J.E. Goley, "Reflections of a Communications Engineer, "in Analytical Chenistry, June 1961. Probability of a machine assembling another with 1500 parts. 1 out of 10 to the 450 power for sucess.
"Mathematicians agree that any requisite number beyond 10X 10 [ to the 50 power] has, statistically, a zero probability of occurance (and even that gives it the 'benefit of the doubt'). Any species known to us, including 'the smallest single-cell bacteria, 'have enormously large numbers of nucleotides than 100 or 1000. In fact, single cell bacteria display about 3,000,000 nucleotides, aligned in a very specific sequence. This means, that there is no mathematical probability whatever for any known species to have been the product of random occurance--random mutations (to use the evolutionist's favotite expression)." *I.L. Cohen, Darwin was Wrong (1984), p. 205.