Humans have over 20,000 different proteins in our bodies.
The largest of these is titin, in our muscles, composed of 33,450 amino acid residues, all in L form, all with peptide bonds, hence their name, “polypeptides.”
For any original naturalistic synthesis, the first amino acid had to be “selected” from the 20 which make up humans, then the second, and third up to 33,450.
Factor in the probability of L rather than D form and peptide rather than non-peptide bond and you have an a priori probability of 1/20 to the 33,450 x 1/2 to the 33,450 x 1/2 to the 33,450 which works out to about 1 chance in 10 to the 65,000th power.
Richard Dawkins, pre-eminent atheist and evolutionary biologist, admits that 1 chance in10 to the 40th is “impossible.”
A famous statistician declared that 1 in 10 to the 50 is impossible.
10 to the 50 grains of sand would fill 15 spheres out to the distance of Pluto. Imagine getting in a special space ship which can burrow through sand and selecting the one and only unique grain on your first and only try. That is the definition of 1 in 10 to the 50. You don’t get an infinite number of tries.
Moreover, it gets much much worse.
To pretend that groups of polypeptides bonded together in a desperate attempt to explain away the insuperable statistics is hopelessly false, because probabilities don’t change when broken down. Each segment is subject to the same analysis, even worse. You must explain how each small segment somehow benefits the host and how he can then do without it.
Now repeat this for the other 20,000 proteins and enzymes inside us.
You can’t and you won’t even make the foggiest attempt to do so.