The laws of probability establish the fact that the chemical origin of life is an impossibility. The illusion that life came from a spark in an environment of hydrogen, ammonia and methane gas is perpetuated upon a gullible population of people who have a desire to believe that the reason for life’s existence comes from natural unguided processes. But a question that is never asked is once that the first life is produced, what does it feed upon to keep life going, and how does it reproduce? An Internet search on “origin of food” yields nothing of substance, only articles about how Neanderthals grew food. If you search on “primordial food” you get an article about blue green algae. There are also stories of anaerobic bacteria feeding on the sulfur from deep-sea smokers. The dearth of information tells us that not only there are no answers, nobody wants to ask the question.

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