Perhaps he meant this person from Yale.<quoted text>
Nope, not appealing to authority.
Abiogenesis is a well supported hypothesis and there is agreement within the scientific community that it had happened.
Oh Harold Moskowitz? The Harold Moskowitz?
The one which we enter into Google and we cannot find one reference?
Or, when we Highlight your entire paragraph, enter it into Google's searchbar, FIND THAT THAT PARAGRAPH ONLY APPEARS ON TOPIX.
In other words, you have used an imaginary source to shamelessly try and strengthen your point.
You are commiting much more than appeal to authority fallacy. You are blatantly lying.
You are a long way past pathetic
Beginnings of Cellular Life
Metabolism Recapitulates Biogenesis
Harold J. Morowitz
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In this book an internationally renowned scientist presents a radically new theory of the origin of life on Earth 4 billion years ago.
Harold J. Morowitz postulates that the first step toward the origin of life was the spontaneous condensation of amphiphilic molecules to form vesicles (or protocells). This hypothesis provides a framework for reexamining the emergence of cellularity. Morowitz further proposes that core metabolic processes have not changed for some 3.8 billion years, so we can use a study of modern biochemistry to advance our knowledge about the chemical processes of the earliest protocells. Morowitz views origin of life issues from the perspective of certain constructs in the philosophy of science that provide guideposts to formulating and assessing hypotheses. This book presents a unique discussion among origin-of-life books on the relation between science and epistemology on the difficult problem of learning about the very distant past.
The Yale Press.