Sure, and get this from Science News:
10. How did life originate?
It doesn’t seem like this one should be so hard, but it continues to defy solution. There’s plenty of speculation, often related to RNA’s ability to act both as catalyst and bio-hard drive to store information. And new findings turn up all the time about how life’s basic building blocks could have been generated in primordial conditions or delivered to Earth from space. I think this question will end up having something to do with game theory, as biomolecules interact in competitive ways that could be described as strategies, and the math for calculating optimal strategies is what game theory is all about.
Game theory? Then what is the game? Who are the players?
But once you think game theory is a solution, you concede design in nature.
Really quick summary of the issues here.
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