BBC NEWS | Science & Environment | New spark in classic experiments: "There's a new spark of life in iconic experiments first done in the 1950s, on the kind of primordial 'soup' that may have predated life itself on Earth."
This would be intriguing, except for the pesky problem of spontaneous generation, which was de-bunked in the 1700s and the fact that the experiment is conducted by intelligent designer.
So, question to any evolutionists out there, any answer for the problem of how life came from the non-living primordial soup? And, if the soup was living, where did its life come from?
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