How did life begin in your opinion
I think the idea that a meteor brought the first living cellular organisms to earth where they developed and evolved over time
( through planned evolution)
Beyond that, it is hard to say. I believe that God created all live, but given how he has gone about things on earth I assume he used a scientifically observable method to go about doing it. When I first heard that theory about that meteor carrying life to earth, I immediately asked my self, where did that meteor come from, and was there only one.
The big bang, and the evolution of the universe. Where did all that come from? I don't know, whatever explanation we find will require another explanation and so on. Only way to explain the existence of all things is with something that needs no cause. In cause and effect, everything is both a cause and an effect, this is in my opinion what makes the universe 100% comprehensible and incromprehensible at the same time, as it requires infinite explanation due to it being comprehensible. The incomprehensibility of the universe has given theists the upper-hand for centuries, however personally I do not feel that their efforts to explain the logical issue of the universe has at all been successful, in my personal opinion.
That is probably true, as that biological predisposition is the cause of all things used to argue for the belief in god, I was referring to the fact that theists think that theism is logical over atheism from the fact that a lot of them used the unknown to further that idea by saying their religion is the only thing that explains it.
How did life begin? Since that's such an enormous question that I couldn't begin to fathom, my opinion is that of the scientists.
That extraterrestrials came to interbred with the less evolved humans. It was sort of an experiment to see if we could find ourselves on our own again without relying on outside forces to carry us all the way. That's why most of our human DNA code is unknown, but we call it "junk DNA"
How is our DNA unknown? And actually the technically term for "Junk DNA" Is "Noncoding DNA", it's pretty much code that doesn't 'encode' protein, and most speices on this planet has a high % of noncoding DNA. Human are about 98% Noncoding DNA. And you know, our DNA isn't that different from any other speices out there. Out DNA isn't even that different than a turtles. xD One bit here, another bit there, and poof, completely different speices.
Not at all, on the contrary.
Asking why or how is important.
I meant that when asking "how", (in this particular case), the "why" must be asked with the same question, because the "why" is very important to the "how".
It came out odd and when I was typing it, it looked odd to me as well.
Prokaryotes emerged from the primordial soup some billions of years ago and here we are. The primordial soup I'm talking about it actually just a chemical reactions of the molecular building blocks of life like ameno acids and proteins and what not. We can actually replicate this reaction through a process called biogenesis.