They attribute this fine-tuning to natural selection.
A new paper in Nature Chemistry claims to show that many building blocks of life could have been created through organic chemistry on the early Earth.
This remains a major problem for evolutionary thinking, whether under an adaptationist or a neutralist model.
Ribozyme experiments suggest that for life to originate, what was needed was a goal in mind, an agent in charge, with the means to implement a preconceived plan. We have a name for that.
On this point, Ken Miller’s Pearson Biology textbook, adopted for use in Texas, contains multiple false statements.