You really need to publish some articles, write a book, or go on TV and explain how you've solved the mystery of life, because you seem to be the only one who knows it. Your spontanous generation of life theory goes way back to the Greek philosophers, and that fits perfectly because it is a philosophy.That philosophy took hold in the 19th century until modern science started discovering the enormous complexity of even the most so called simple life forms.<quoted text>
Perhaps if you learned some basic science, you wouldn't have such difficulty understanding how the world works. This isn't faith. it is evidence-based deduction.
I need to learn basic science? Basic science states with remarkable, never been proven wrong clarity, that life comes from existing life. Your the goober advocating a miracle , the lifeless goo coming to life, a one time only event in the primordial past that happened only once, and doesn't ever happen again because it would violate all known science.Join everyone in the 21st century where real scientists unencumbered by their faith look for real answers not to promote their world view.
Biogenesis - never been proven wrong no exceptions
Abiogenesis - never been proven right, no exceptions.
Now evidence based deduction would say that the person who believes that abiogenesis works does so on the basis of no proof, only a belief.