Tag: early Earth
Jim Tour Unmasks Steve Benner’s Double Standard and Inaccurate Commentary on the Origin of Life
If Benner assessed his experiments by the same standard he applied to others, he would have acknowledged that his attempts have yielded nothing of value.
James Tour Dismantles Dave Farina’s Expert Witnesses on the State of Origin-of-Life Research
Farina is a committed atheist who has demonstrated that he is not encumbered by the same ethical standards that James Tour is.
Origin of Life: Saved by Time?
Many materialists believe that the severe unlikelihood of the series of events required for the origin of life is not a serious problem.
Origin of the First Self-Replicating Molecules
For some theorists, the origin of life is defined as the natural origin of a self-replicating system capable of undergoing Darwinian evolution.
A Mystery: Prebiotic Synthesis of Simple Organic Monomers
In 2010, University College London biochemist Nick Lane stated the primordial soup theory “doesn’t hold water” and is “past its expiration date.”