Oh dang! You got me mixed up. Please read here: http://www.rci.rutgers.edu/~molbio/Courses/301/DL_AA.pdfDracoSuave said:If it's so toxic and antithetical to life, why is the cholera alive?monfang said:V. Cholera is deadly because it causes Cholera which just reasserts my point that D-type Amino Acids are toxic. When V. Cholera enters the body, it infects the cell with it's D-type and that causes negative reactions in the body.DracoSuave said:
Just answer that question. Why is the cholera alive?
Just stop. The cholera is a living organism using D-type amino acids. You asked for a link to such an organism, I provided one, your point is disproven.
Go back to using argument forms that boil down to tautologies such as 'In a universe where evolution does not happen, evolution does not happen.'
I have satisfied your test, in finding a life form that is based on D-type amino acids. You asked for it, it is done. Your point is debunked and arguing about whether or not cholera is bad for humans doesn't actually advance your original point that life cannot exist with D-type amino acids. It can, it does, go eat some spearmint gum if you need EVEN MORE proof.
You are proven wrong. There IS no further discussion on the point of the chirality of amino acids, because your thesis on it is absolutely incorrect, and it's not relevant to abiogenesis anyways. Stop mentioning it, it is not a valid argument.
Bottom of the page, note where it says that all Amino Acids used in protein synthesis are L and are part of the 20 required Amino Acids. I allowed myself to get mixed up into non-DNA related topics. So let me reiterate. D-type Amino Acids prevent protein synthesis. In Dr Miller's experiment only 13 of the required 20 types were made and part of those were always D-type preventing protein synthesis. That was written in Dr Miller's own report.