What is natural about it? Seems to me life is actually to a degree very unnatural.l Even with time, how? Are not the non-life material given the same time. I don't think invoking 'chance' answers the question... Because assuredly this attribute must come from the physical and chemical interactions. Sure the interaction itself may occur by chance, but my question is what is this interaction that gave life its generative ability which is not happening in the 'non-life' material- as all things are still being influenced by the same laws. Sure- but that is after the fact, my question was related to you 'generative' assertion. Hmm, I'm sure someone will make a complete hypothesis sometime int he future. A more interesting question would be can we note any exceptions to have occurred? Is the universe exception-less? Because if exceptions can occur, then a 'a goes to b' theory wouldn't really suffice. Anyhow if we truly are a product of natural phenomenon, (which I also believe we are to a great extent) then there should a be step by step mechanism that could 'potentially' lead to humans- this would be based on evolution, physics, and chemistry- I would expect physics and chemistry to answer the very small details. But I think everything goes back to the beginning for such a theory to be developed.. for that someone need to answers some of these interesting questions: what determines the strength of the different forces? How do these Physical Laws come about? Why is it that the physical laws can interact together? Its as if a english person can understand japanese... What is it that allows these physical laws to work together? Why aren't they totally separate laws that have no bearing on each other? What allows these laws to work together? Why is it that the Laws are constant and not random? What determines its 'constant-ness'? Since laws are constant, what gives rise to randomness (chance)? (If there is nothing that gives rise to chance, then how a Human got here should be something that can be determined) Why is it that everything was not at equilibrium at the moment it was made? These laws supposedly made the individual atoms and gave mass to them and so on- why were they not made in an equilibrium? (If it were already at equilibrium entropy would be max and nothing like 'life' would result) Peace be unto you Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!