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Can Life Spontaneously Generate Itself From Non-Life?

Aug 17, 2008
Real science does not wander off into what I call flights of fancy hoping to prove the unprovable.

However, this is exactly what supporters of Darwinism do in trying to bolster their claim that life spontaneously generated itself from non-life.

And how does this claim hold up under the microscope of real science?

One of the primary laws of science is the Law of Biogenesis. This law of real science states that life can only come from living matter.

In other words, non-living matter cannot produce living matter, an event which is required to get Darwinian evolution started.

To try and skirt around this scientific law, which dramatically and decisively refutes Darwinian-style evolution claims, humanistic textbooks teach that life spontaneously generated itself from non-living chemicals to become a simple, single-celled creature, such as a bacteria cell.

Here is an example from a high school biology book published by Glenco in 1998. On page 324 kids read:

"All the many forms of life on Earth today are descended from a common ancestor, found in a primitive population of unicellular organisms."

Unless I am becoming senile decades early, this statement is clearly being taught as if it were a verified fact.

And amazingly, only three sentences later the text admits:

"No traces of those events remain."

Now is a good time to repeat the opening sentence to this article:

Real science does not wander off into what I call flights of fancy hoping to prove the unprovable.

To me, the statement "No traces of those events remain" does not support Darwinian philosophy as the text initially implies; rather, it is proof that it never took place!

Real science is very skeptical. The obvious question that comes to mind is, "If no traces of those events remain, how do you know those events ever took place?"

So why cannot life spontaneously generate itself from non-life?

Real science provides us one good reason. The field of biochemistry has discovered that bacteria cells are run by tiny molecular motors which operate and allow the cell to perform its various functions.

These microscopic motors are called Bacterial Flagellum and they are so complex and intricate that they can even change gears depending on how much weight they are either towing or pushing.

The Flagellum is made of about 40 different, highly-complex proteins and is known to be irreducibly complex. This term means that if any of the proteins were not entirely whole and in the exact order to form this molecular motor at the exact moment for life to begin, life never could have spontaneously generated itself.

And to make matters even worse for naturalistic Darwinism, the process of putting the proteins in the correct order to form the Bacterial Flagellum requires other molecular motors which are themselves irreducibly complex.

In simple, plain English, there is no possibility that life began on its own.

The Law of Biogenesis has never been known to have been overcome, despite the very creative, non-scientific flights of fancy Darwinists wander off on.
About the Author
Russ Miller is author of The GENESIS Report Series. Register at http://www.new-earth-thought.com to receive FREE his 50 Facts vs. Darwinism e-mail series.
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