Any progress toward life would be lost if a fully functional cell did not emerge within a reasonably short period of time.
In 2016, physicist Lawrence Krauss promised, “We’re coming very close” to explaining the origin of life via chemical evolutionary models.
In my opinion, only one tooth fairy is allowed per theory, and this one has at least four, making its irrelevance nearly guaranteed.
Darwinists will respond with the usual mirthless hyena laughter. But this is no joke.
Criticism suggested that Nobel laureate Jack Szostak and others were fast closing in on a solution to the origin-of-life problem with the “principle of RNA self-replication.”