Is this opinion based upon a complete lack of knowledge? It obviously must be because the theories of the origin of life on Earth and the evolution of early simple life-forms to complex life-forms does "explain" all of the life on Earth.
Originally Posted by Panzerkampfwagen
When we address the creation of the Universe there are also theories that explain it.
No, the theories have not all been validates but all of the "tests" of those theories have supported the theories. The theory of the origin of the universe, for example, predicted black holes and now we can locate black holes even though we can't see them. We can measure the orbits of stars circling black holes and calculate the mass and location of the black holes.
The theory of the origin of life predicted that organic matter could originate from inorganic matter and that has been done in the lab. The theory of the origin of life predicted that RNA can form from organic compoundsl and short chains of have been created in the lab although they are to short to be reproductive yet. Longer chains of RNA molecules are self-replicating merely a matter of time. RNA is the reproductive element in a virus. If RNA can form from organic compounds then logically DNA can logically form from RNA.
The theories of life and the universe have not been confirmed by tests but the tests so far support the theories.
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