There is no apparency here. Why is it apparent that it did? We don't know that there was no life in existence somewhere accessible to this existence/universe at all times. We don't know whether there was consciousness/awareness in existence at all times. So what do you mean "apparently it did"?<quoted text>
Apparently it did pokay , we can't answer exactly how.
But even if it's because a bearded sky fairy waved a magic wand and said "start thinking" ,
those neural networks started forming.
Science works on answering the question, even if it's hard.
But sees nothing but evolution to explain it.
Including the evolution of complex chains of organic carbon compounds
that became the building blocks of life that became DNA and life.
Otherwise known as abiogenesis.
Another genius statement. What *is* the difference between "nothing and absolute nothing"? Nothing is nothing isn't it? "Absolute nothing" is redundant isn't it?Then you know the difference between nothing, and absolute nothing.
Us having this conversation is evidence that absolute nothing never existed else we would not be.
OK then you can't be implying that something can come from nothing. At least we got that straight.