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How can life began by itself?

Author : Michael

Submitted : 2017-06-17 18:16:15    Popularity:     

Tags: life  began  

You can look this up on a biology book,a wikipedia article,or any teacher,really.If you think you somehow GOT scientists or whatever,then you are truly dumb.The

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You can look this up on a biology book,a wikipedia article,or any teacher,really.If you think you somehow GOT scientists or whatever,then you are truly dumb.These are people who have studied extensively and have evidence to show how what they say can be deemed true or plausible.If you don't understand something because you know little about it,it's really not the fault of science.Just look at ANY site(maybe besides answersingenesis lol) and see the beginning of life.Then,look up the formation of planets after the Big Bang.Then,look up the Big Bang.Then,if any answer or refutal you have comes from "The Bible",then you really didn't come here for answers.Just came here for a GOTCHA!!

Known as the Primordial Soup Theory, it states that life began in a warm pond or ocean from a combination of chemicals and some form of energy. This led to the creation of amino acids, the building blocks of proteins. Proteins are essential parts of organisms and participate in virtually every process within cells. This is supposed to have happened at least 3.8 billion to 3.55 billion years ago.

Life evolved from inorganic chemicals. Life is a collection of chemical reactions. Chemical reactions happen all the time, all over the universe. Elements and molecules react with one another to form new molecules or they may break down into elements. There is no intervention needed. The chemical reactions inside a cell or more complex and they are not random, but they are chemical reactions. Therefore it is not a big leap from abiotic chemical reactions to biotic chemical reactions. In fact, even after an organism has died, the chemical reactions continue. For example autolysis is a series of chemical reactions that break down the proteins inside a cell after it has died. Decomposition is another series of chemical reactions that happen after death. The difference is that one set of chemical reactiosn is governed by natural selection and the struggle for survival but others are not.

Survival and reproduction therefore is what kick-started life. It is what keeps life from becoming extinct since it evolved 3.2-3.5 billion years ago.

Life is just an exergonic chemical reaction, the energy releasing redox reaction responsible for the metabolism that makes life what it is. There is no life / none life dichotomy, there is only chemistry and a subset of chemistry responsible for life.

And we don't need life for this reaction, they are found in deep sea vents. And looking at our genes suggests our common ancestor lived around such vents.

https://theconversation.com/weve-been-wr...

Cell walls? Cell walls are made up of molecules that hate water at one end, but love it at the other. So they form cell walls, just like soap develop bubbles for exactly the same reason.

https://www.google.de/search?q=hydrophil...

RNA? RNA chains forms naturally given sufficient RNA bases. They can't help it. So despite the assertions of the creationists, there is nothing unlikely about life forming (although we don't know exactly the precise details).

Ironically for the creationists, the latest research tells us that according to the second law of Thermodynamics, abiogenesis is probably inevitable.

How can life begin by itself? It can't. To those who say it can: explain where the raw material came from.

Pretty easily, it seems. All that's required is an organic structure that got complex enough to fit the minimal biological definition of "life." Experiments in abiogenesis show that when an environment is created that mimics thermal vents in the early earth, organic structures form spontaneously and join with each other to become more and more complex as the experiment runs longer.

Life is not a magic substance that has to be poofed into matter.

Self organization

How can life began by itself?

Humans view the re-organization of matter into biological life as a miracle because some of us like to romanticize life while other view it more practically.

Do you see the reproduction of crystals as miraculous or view it as simple mathematics?

When you stop looking at the re-arrangement of matter into biological organisms as a miracle it becomes easy to take gods out of the equation.

Humans perceive the random clanging of windchimes as music. We call the biological imperative to reproduce "love." We say that the re-organization of matter is "creation." But, these are just OPINIONS that we use to justify our assertion we are more important than other organism!

“In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth.”—Genesis 1:1.
“Know that Jehovah is God. It is he that has made us, and not we ourselves.”—Psalm 100:3.
Jehovah God is the Maker of all things. But he did more than just form, or make, things. He gave life to all creatures. “With you is the source of life,” the Bible says of Jehovah. (Psalm 36:9) So he is the Giver of life, the Creator. Since Jehovah is the Originator of life, he truly is our Father. That is why the Bible says: “Is it not one father that all of us have? Is it not one God that has created us?”—Malachi 2:10.

that's a question no one can answer...

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