Assume for a moment that there was some way to produce simple organic molecules on the early Earth.
In 2010, University College London biochemist Nick Lane stated the primordial soup theory “doesn’t hold water” and is “past its expiration date.”
Louis Pasteur showed that what appeared to be life springing forth from nonliving matter was actually life emerging from exceedingly small living organisms.
Evolutionary theory and the development of the second law of thermodynamics are two of the three major scientific discoveries of the 19th century.
The quest for truth has never been easy, and has on more than a few occasions been known to make one unpopular.