It doesn't explain the very first life form's formation. It has been something I've been thinking of recently. There are numerous videos online and information about it. Science has a pretty strong argument about it it's called abiogenesis. The scientific explanation of the origin of life. Details aside for now, I wonder did it happen only once, for the very first life form? Or did it happen many times, millions, billions? Does it still happen today, or are the conditions for early life formation not existent today? If that's so, if all life were wiped out tomorrow, it wouldn't form again unless the conditions of the early Earth came back. These are tough questions that we all ought to ask. I will learn more about the origins of life in the primordial soup of our early Earth. If one day scientists can recreate the formation of organic matter into life in an experiment, I think we will be able to say for sure that life originated on its own.
Here are some videos that give insight into abiogenisis:
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