1. Evolution isnt about abiogenesis.
While discussed together frequently, they're as related as u are to titanium.
2. If u can't ask a coherent sentence, or AT LEAST sound as though u know what the fukc ur talking about, ur highly unlikely to actually comprehend any valid answer u may receive...
3. If u meant abiogenesis instead of evolution (which we ALL know u DID mean), perhaps u should contemplate this easily verifiable fact through any middle schooler :
Life is organic chemistry, taken a step further than organic chemistry; just as organic chemistry is a step beyond inorganic chemistry.
If u have every chemical needed to assemble DNA, and have shallow tidal pools on all coast lines globally, with the tide bringing in water, nutrients, and more minerals, which then get left behind in said pool after evaporation occurs, and u repeat this over and over and.. Blah, u WILL get complex molecules at some point.
The only valid Q, is how long this takes minimally.
Based on every type of study, that u can't even begin to fathom, it's a near certainty that life appeared on earth IMMEDIATELY/as soon as the conditions were right & the planet was no longer molten.
For all practical purposes, it would appear that life is an unavoidable outcome of circumstances, ingredients, and time.
Hell, the requirements for life are on all COMETS AND ASTEROIDS, for ur precious christs bleeding sake.. U can't begin to comprehend just how common and abundant these ingredients truly are. Logically, life HAD TO arise somewhere statistically.
· 11 months ago