Quantum Biology and the Origin of Life

18 Apr, 202414:23

To the scientists, the answer to the question of how abiogenesis chemical evolution occurred lies in the notion that evolution needs a self-replicator. They propose that quantum mechanics helped mediate the search for a self-replicating proto-enzyme molecule in the alleged primordial soup. In the end, when it comes to rescuing abiogenesis from impossible odds, we are faced with a choice. We can wave our magic wand and say that quantum coherence was present in non-living matter to mediate the search for a self-replicating ribozyme in the alleged primordial soup. Or we can trust the Creator when He tells us in the first chapter of Genesis that it was He who created every living thing on the earth and in the sea.

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