Maybe someone with a stronger science background can help me out here. This article seems to support what advocates of Intelligent Design have been saying all along, i.e. that even the simplest forms of life are WAY to complex to have evolved in the 4.5 billion years of earth's supposed history.
geneticists, therefore, propose that life began 10 billion years ago
somewhere else in the universe (where, conveniently, the origin of life
can't be studied).
Aside from the fact that this, IMHO, takes much more
faith than belief in God, is it really plausible to believe that life
began that soon after the big bang? As I understand it, according to
standard Big Bang theory, stars were just beginning to form 10 billion