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Living molecules could not form without an oxygen rich atmosphere, yet oxygen eats up the pre-protein chained amino acids

January 5, 2010

Living molecules could not form without an oxygen rich atmosphere, yet oxygen eats up the pre-protein chained amino acids. Without the element oxygen, a living organism could not live: there would be an absence of a life demanding ozone layer. Furthermore, a pre-biotic cell would be destroyed, in an oxygen environment before it could evolve into a living cell, by the oxygen itself. Thus oxygen is mandatory for life, yet it kills off the pre-life before it can live.

Michael A. Robinson, God Does Exist!, Author House 2006, p. 95

Life cannot come from non-life.