It would seem then that if ever a problem were absolutely incapable of solution, it is the problem of trying to pick out the exact arrangement of amino-acids in a protein molecule out of all the different arrangements that are possible.
Do you see that word SEEM, troll? This is EXACTLY the same thing as quoting out of context Darwin when he wrote that the evolution of the eye would SEEM absurd, but then goes on to explain why it is NOT absurd. The key word is SEEM.
Here is the VERY NEXT PARAGRAPH from the Asimov essay you quote-mined, after his “seem” paragraph;
For those of you tuning in late who may have missed this earlier, here is a real-life working biologist commenting on PaloL’s Asimov number drivel.And yet, in the last ten years, bio-
chemists have been making excellent
progress in solving just that sort of
problem. The amino acid arrange-
ments in the protein, insulin — lack of
which brings on diabetes — was com-
pletely worked out in 1953. To be
sure, insulin is only one fifth the size
of hemoglobin, but there are still just
about 8 x 10 113 possible arrangements
of its amino acids, and that is a most