The article linked to the picture below discusses a way that early life could have replicated itself. How life first appeared and reproduced is a HUGE problem for evolutionists, but observation tells us that life cannot spontaneously appear without an outside intelligence. The article discussed how RNA may have replicated itself and the article states, "the scientists have resolved this paradox by engineering the first ribozyme that is able to replicate folded RNAs, including itself". The key word is they engineered this functionality in a lab! It took an outside intelligence to make this happen.
Grasping for Straws
The article states, "The scientists say that the 'primordial soup' could have contained a mixture of bases in many lengths -- one, two, three, four or more bases joined together -- but they found that using strings of bases longer than a triplet made copying the RNA less accurate". Of course they don't mention that any sort of life would require 100s if not 1,000s of bases joined together! You can't create function without a great deal of genetic programming. The researcher states, "However, this is only a first step because our ribozyme still needs a lot of help from us to do replication. We provided a pure system, so the next step is to integrate this into the more complex substrate mixtures mimicking the primordial soup". In other words, what was engineered is not even close to what would have to happen in the real world. Because of their faith in evolution, they reject the observable evidence, which is that life is very complex, was intelligently designed, and could not form through natural processes.
Click the image below to read a scientific article to support this statement.
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