Chance and necessity do not explain the origin of life

@article{Trevors2004ChanceAN,
  title={Chance and necessity do not explain the origin of life},
  author={J. Trevors and D. L. Abel},
  journal={Cell Biology International},
  year={2004},
  volume={28}
}
  • J. Trevors, D. L. Abel
  • Published 2004
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Cell Biology International
  • Where and how did the complex genetic instruction set programmed into DNA come into existence? The genetic set may have arisen elsewhere and was transported to the Earth. If not, it arose on the Earth, and became the genetic code in a previous lifeless, physical—chemical world. Even if RNA or DNA were inserted into a lifeless world, they would not contain any genetic instructions unless each nucleotide selection in the sequence was programmed for function. Even then, a predetermined… CONTINUE READING
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