Doesn't matter what name you give whatever happened. It still happened.Quote
Susan, The logic from the video is that to get to biology you have to have the right chemistry.
Unless an observer was present to see what happened, it is an unknown, not an impossibility.Quote
It's impossible to get that in the laboratory let alone the "primordial soup".
And you can call it random, chance, or whatever other word you like, but unless you can prove the process which you think happened, it stil remains an unknown.
That's called personal incredulity.It is an unknown.Quote
The complexity is too much for chance to have played any part, impossibly so.
On the contrary, it is the total absence of such and entirely speculation that such a thing that happened is impossible. It remains an unknown.Quote
Basically, this is the scientific evidence you continually ask for.
Well, well, well! Fancy this idea ending with an X-factor/god/something-or-other/etc must have done it.Quote
If chance played no part it must have been deliberate, there is no other logical explanation.
The only logical answer is that it is an unknown.
ETA: I'm still waiting to hear who this 'eminent scientist' is.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 27-Aug-19 15:02 by Susan Doris.