Thomas F. Heinze
Could life have formed in the “Primordial Soup” billions of years ago? Evolutionists claim that simple chemicals became concentrated in ancient oceans, forming an organic broth which eventually produced living cells. Is this possible? In 1953 Stanley Miller became famous for his experiment that produced amino acids by passing a spark through gasses which contained the elements that make up amino acids. Evolutionists hoped their students would believe without question that amino acids would produce life. But Thomas Heinze (author of this book) reveals the facts evolutionists won’t tell you. The amino acids produced would not work in any living things. The more recently suggested steps in “chemical evolution” will not take place either. The idea is scientifically bankrupt, and the foundation of evolutionary thinking is destroyed.
Paperback: 157 pages