What Do Scientists Say About the Origin and Evolution of Life?

Has the theory of evolution been scientifically proven? What about the origin of life? Despite the widespread belief in evolution within the scientific community, scientists who research the topic make honest admissions of how much we really don’t know. We do not know how life originated and we do not know how it developed. The theory of evolution has not been scientifically proven. In fact, there are some major and probably insurmountable problems with the idea that life could originate spontaneously and develop through evolutionary processes. This video discusses what the scientists who are experts in these fields have to say about the origin and development of life.

Which Came First, the Proto-Chicken or the Proto-Chicken Egg?

Which came first, the chicken or the egg? This question presents a difficult problem for the theory of evolution. The evolutionary answer to this question is that the egg came first. The proto-chicken laid the first chicken egg. However, this does not solve the insurmountable problem that evolution faces when it comes to reproduction. Evolution requires millions of years for developments in organisms, but no organism has millions of years to develop a functioning reproductive system. There is no scientific answer to the classic problem of the chicken and the egg. There are only stories. I reject evolutionary tall tales. I believe the story that starts with, “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.” God created the chicken, the egg, and the rooster.

Pizza for Breakfast Evolution Style

How long would it take to get a pizza to develop naturally if all the right ingredients were present? Those who promote the theory of evolution want us to believe that a bunch of swirling chemicals could naturally develop into complex living beings. Scientific observation and common sense give us a different picture of reality. We need more than the right ingredients, we need an intelligent being to put them into an ordered state. A pizza needs a pizza maker.