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Unfortunately, Farley’s work had little impact on the Whiggish history that first-year microbiology students are taught. All the microbiology books I obtained, written long after Farley’s book was published, all told the same utilitarian fairy tale of Pasteur and spontaneous generation. The spontaneous-generation debate was not finally settled in scientific circles until Aleksandr Oparin and the 1936 publication of his . Oparin was a Russian biochemist whose work was influenced by the dialectical materialism of Karl Marx and friends. Marx’s influence went far beyond political-economic theory, which may surprise most Americans, as Marx is a discredited, even demonized, figure in the West. Oparin theorized that the primordial soup of the young earth gave rise to higher orders of molecular organization and eventually led to an abiogenetic origin of life. The scientific community has embraced Oparin’s work as completing the theory of how life arose on earth, and there the matter rests for now.

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Are these sites now being closed to technologically gifted explorers at a time when new proto-historic findings could serve to unite the various camps of thinkers and philosophers in the Near
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As for , it is written that God put the first man, Adam, into the Garden of Eden “to work it and take care of it” work involves (the transference of energy from one locality to another), which has been an integral part of this universe and earth since the beginning of all things. Entropy would have been part of even simple tasks done by Adam’s body, such as breathing, talking, walking, chewing, and digesting food. Without entropy that increases, no living thing—including any plant or animal existing prior to the creation of Adam—would have been able to process the energy necessary to do even the tiniest amount of work.