Alexander Oparin’s 1924 prediction that origin-of-life research would be solved “very, very soon” hasn’t quite turned out right.
Here is a small, representative sampling of such claims over the past three centuries. These claims are not from science, but they drive science.
Why should Sabine Hossenfelder think for a moment that anything that occurs to her has any correspondence to truth?
Evolutionists cannot have it both ways. They cannot prove their theory when the findings work for them, and softly walk away when the findings do not work.
The next step will be for evolutionists to convert this spectacular failure into compelling evidence that evolution can produce DNA that is both (1) species-specific, and (2) functionally essential.