What do you think is the most difficult problem in the question of the origin of life?

The origin of life is a philosophical question for many people. There is nothing philosophical here, though. If you follow scientific research and abandon ancient delusions, then the question of the origin of life does not become something important or philosophical. Scientifically, the hardest part of this question will be how exactly life has developed. Some scientists say that where there are electrons, there will inevitably be life. And this is actually the case. And the complexity arises in the minds of those who cannot accept that life could appear by chance. But at the same time they somehow miss the fact that for the emergence of life there were all the conditions and billions of years of accidents and selection.

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