Yes, that's my rationale, in fact that is the very definition of "scientifically impossible".5thhorseman wrote: ↑Fri Sep 15, 2023 7:36 pmSooo, because scientists can't figure out how life started it's therefore "scientifically impossible"?Strangelove wrote: ↑Fri Sep 15, 2023 6:22 pm Dunno what to tell ya pal, scientists have no idea how the hell life sprang from nonlife.
The first and therefore most important step in the theory of evolution by the way...
Try as they might, scientists have never been able to create "life in the lab" as they call it.
This is a scientific fact.
Is this really your rationale?
Abiogenesis is impossible according to our science = Abiogenesis is "scientifically impossible".
Can't travel faster than the speed of light, can't build a perpetual motion machine, can't evolve in a closed system (2nd Law)
... and can't have life coming from nonlife.
Evolution scientists presently control our scientific theories and abiogenesis is a subject they avoid at all costs.
(for obvious reasons)
If you want to know what dissenting scientists have to say, you have to go to places like this:
https://www.icr.org/article/impossibili ... beginnings
That is just one of dozens (hundreds?) of articles they have on the subject of abiogenesis.
Search their site for answers on other scientific topics if you dare.
Or you can just admit you already know God exists and we can move on from this charade...