>>3603042>>a chance combination of raw chemicals
It's not entirely by chance. Lab experiments showed that carbon-based molecules can increase in complexity based on repeated cycles of something that causes chemical reactions (ex. irradiation by sun, irrigation with water, water drying out and repeat). And phospholipids automatically form membranes due to polarity.
Basically you have a primitive cell wall and a bunch of molecules that go in and out and have all kinds of reactions with each other.
At least one of the four building blocks of RNA has "spontaneously appeared" in trace amounts in lab experiments and we've only ran the experiment for less than a hundred years and in a very limited space.
Given a billion years and who knows how many trillions and trillions of square inches of surface to work with, getting that one molecule that assembled the first self-repeating RNA chain isn't that unlikely. And then it slowly spreads everywhere and gets more complex or more refined (whatever helps it survive) with each step along the way. First cells must have been virus-like (unable to maintain a stable internal environment on their own) and things progressed in the order one would expect them to. "Properly alive" single celled organisms, Prokaryotes (more bacteria-like) and Eukaryotes (more cell like). Then multicellular organisms. Then animals. Then mammals etc. And man is a mammal. So keep that in mind too.
This is like 5th grade biology, I shouldn't have to explain this.
So, basically the daft leftist >>3603094
happens to be right on this one, though he can probably not explain why without looking it up on wikipedia, because he in typical leftist fashion only learned that it is so, not why it is so. That's why you got a mocking "and yet…" instead of an actual explanation.
But don't argue this any further, you already lost.