“How close are we to understanding the origin of life?” a radio moderator asked atheist biologist Richard Dawkins.
The most promising candidate for a “natural engine” is proton flows across thermal vents that theoretically could generate high-energy molecules.
The piece is highly technical and mathematical, but the basic argument can be quickly summarized with only a marginal loss of technical accuracy.
Bradley and Marks offer an uncommonly clear discussion of the problem of the early Earth’s atmosphere, and why materialist theories stumble on the ancient rocks.
In a series of lectures and articles, organic chemist James Tour has exposed how research related to the origin of life (OOL) has been scandalously misrepresented to the public.