Jul 142012
 

How did life on Earth begin? We don’t really know. The field of science devoted to studying this is called abiogenesis and there are a handful of competing theories. But it is believed that somehow molecules began binding and interacting in ways that allowed to continue the process and even replicate themselves. From that beginning, the combinations grew more complicated in the process of what we now know of as evolution.

  One Response to “How did life begin?”

  1. The cause of the universe or multiverse is an immaterial all powerful being. We know this from deductive logic after an initial scientific observation of all things being in motion. There cannot be an infinite regress of motion, or else we could never reach the current motion, since motion is a vector. The first mover must itself be unmoved, since this is the only way of avoiding the impossible regress. But energy and matter and all factors associated with them are in motion. The unmoved being is what some people call “God”, though much more would need to be proved about “God”.

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