Forever lacking are the key elements required for life: coordinated activity, coherent function, regulated control, meaningful information, purposeful intent.
“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.