Darwin’s evolution theory is based on the belief that approximately 4 billion years ago the first form of biological life arose from inorganic matter. This abiogenesis theory believes in the spontaneous creation of life in an environment with no previous forms of life. Few people know that this theory has never been demonstrated in any lab experiment although many have been attempted. One scientist, after failing yet another experiment in 1967 said: “Laboratories will be creating a living cell within ten years.” We still have to see that moment.
Scientists Gerald Joyce and Leslie Orgel referred to the theory of self-replicating molecules born from inorganic matter as a “molecular biologist’s dream” and “a magic catalyst”. They argued that nucleotides(which form DNA) cannot link together unless there is some activation of the phosphate group, but the only effective activating groups for this are practically impossible in any prebiotic scenario where only inorganic matter is found. They also argued that these weak molecules “would have been continuously degraded by such destructive process as spontaneous hydrolysis, present on the early Earth.”
In other words, there cannot be life where no previous life is present. This contradicts Darwin’s evolution theory, since if there is no proof that a molecular cell was the first form of life from where all other life came from, the hypothesis that mankind as always been Homo Sapiens since the early days of our planet, cohabiting with other forms of less intelligent humanoids, cannot be ruled out.
If we stop for a minute and think about the evolution theory, does it not raise some questions as to how it was ever possible for primordial mono-cellular, boneless creatures to be the ancestor to all the incredible different species on this earth, the most beautiful and perfect of which is the human being? At which point of the Earth’s history did an animal like the monkey, devoid of conscience and morality, gain that unique intelligence which saw mankind create the first civilizations, the Seven Wonders of the World, develop the notions of philosophy, science, arts, starting to question and analyse his very own existence in the Universe? It’s clear that these questions cannot be answered by only looking at the world from a rational scientific point of view.
The origin of life on this planet has yet to be explained, so whether you believe in God, or that flies originate from putrid matter, mice from dirty sewers and humans from inorganic rocks, or that the last living Martians launched a sample of human DNA to Earth before going extinct, don’t worry, we’re on the same boat, we are all blissfully ignorant.