There is an example of "non-life" during the earlier life of the universe when there was a limited number of chemical types in existence.<quoted text>How can we possibly know if "non-life" is capable of creating life.....when we don't have an example of "non-life" to measure?
...if there is a GOD, how was "God" created? From LIFE? Or from nothing? Did God have parents?
What about the universe? Where did it ORIGINATE from, and so on?
No one can really make that claim, when we do not have an example of non-life to research or study...
" http://www.haystack.mit.edu/edu/pcr/Astrochem... ;
Life as we know it cannot exist without carbon as a building block. How matter suddenly became alive/conscious can only be described as uncanny. I suspect it is just as mysterious a force as gravity. Let me know when a reputable scientist learns the source of life, consciousness and the universe. By reputable, I mean NOT Krauss.
As for God's biography, you should ask Him about that.