No, I mean spontaneous life generation.<quoted text>Do you mean abiogenesis? It helps if you use the correct terms.
Scientists are still working out the details of how it may have happened. This concept is still in the hypothetical stage which means scientists are not sure. Of course there worst Wild Ass Guess is definitely better than your best one. If you want to see where they were about 5 years ago you can watch this short video that explains how it could have happened by chemical means only. No magic, no special effects, just chemistry:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =U6QYDdgP9egXX&playnext=1 &list=PL1E4ADF9A25E91259 &feature=results_video
There is nothing wrong with this term as its proven to provide just as much life as
Go ahead and rule out things that you have no proof or reason to rule out. Your worst Wild Ass Guess is a great idea. You seem to quite use to that.
LOL. Rain falling on rocks, why with every Thunderstorm we should see new life happening all the time. Why is it that science has not been able to create life yet? It's just rain and rocks, should not be to hard to set that up in the lab.