Really hard to get past the first paragraph anyways, but Stealthmoose already pretty much explained what I meant, with elementary organic compounds, sealed and regulated vesicles could be created that selectively intake certain compounds and buds when it reaches a certain size. I don't really see how the article detracts from my argument at all, what Miller did wasn't anything like what I was describing.
Besides, you can tell from the first paragraph that the article was biased and misleading.
Species with similar genomes also have similar mitochondrial DNA, with the differences being directly proportional to how far apart the two species in question diverged. How can that be explained by anything other than common descent?We saw that the evolutionist claims suggesting that man evolved from primates, reptiles from fish and the birds from reptiles were invalid.