Werner Gitt

In the Beginning Was Information, 1997.

"A coding system always entails a nonmaterial intellectual process. A physical matter cannot produce an information code. All experiences show that every piece of creative information represents some mental effort and can be traced to a personal idea-giver who exercised his own free-will, and who is endowed with an intelligent mind." p 7.

"One cell division lasts from 20 to 80 minutes, and during this time the entire molecular library, equivalent to one thousand books, is copied correctly." p90.

"There is no known law of nature, no known process and no known sequence of events which can cause information to originate by itself in matter." p107.

"The question 'How did life originate?', which interests us all, is inseparably linked ot the question 'Where did the information come from?' Since the findings of James D. Watson and francis H. C. Crick, it was increasingly realized by contemporary researchers that the information residing in the cells is of crucial importance for the existence of life. Anybody who wants to make meaningful statements about the origin of life would be forced to explain how the information originated. All evolutionary views are fundamentally unable to answer this crucial question. " p99

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