posted on Dec, 29 2002 @ 04:48 AM
Life came from organic compounds being struck by lightning. Where lightning would strike some 4 billion years ago, the area that was hit all the
organic compounds would "spring" to life and interact, they've replicated this in a lab, basically lightning super-charged the already normal
interactions between organic compounds and such, and one thing led to another.
Reminds me of analogous robots, built simply and have no "brain" no cpu or programing, and yet after a while they exhibit more life like qualities
then the best of programed machines.
Give them an empty hard drive and cpu, and who knows what they'll become
Finally, I think why it seems that science proves there is no god, is because we are focusing on stuff that is all "natural". God isn't natural,
god is what created nature, what science fails to explain is where did that nature come from?
What came first? The chicken, because it was some mutated freak of some other form of bird, and it faired better than that bird so won out sexually
and over time the chicken is all that was left, laying its eggs instead of the eggs of its ancestors