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If all the ingredients necessary for life can occur naturally, does that mean over time they can evolve into a living creature?
Trickle-down chemistry supposedly solves the chemical conundrum concerning the origin of life, but molecules-to-man evolution remains as fictional as ever.
“Water world” is a “geological approach to life’s emergence.”
Evolutionists and creationists alike, watch your language: the supposed “primordial soup” of life’s beginnings is no longer kosher.
Zzzzzap! All it took was a helping of primordial stew and a bolt of lightning—or perhaps the hot gases of an angry volcano—and, voilà, you’ve got life.
Popular views on evolution include the concept that life originally arose from non-living chemicals through the interaction of matter and energy.