Why did the theory of biogenesis pose a dilemma regarding the origin of life?
It is a dilemma because biogenesis states that all living things come from other living things and for this theory to be correct the first living organism would have had to spontaneous generate from another living organism. Since it was the origin of life there was nothing fore the first organism to generate from.
Are you asking how many evolutionary theories there are? DIFFERENT EVOLUTION THEORIES nebular hypothesis planetismal theory tidal theory theory binary theory dust cloud theory stellar dyamic theory collision theory convergent theory abiogenesis theory (spontaneous generation) biogenesis theory general theory hopeful monster theory pansperuria theory big bang theory anthropic principle theistic theory neutral theory (lucky accident) broad scale theory punctuated equilibeium theory patchwork origin theory
Louis Pasteur is the name of the French chemist who supplied proof for the theory of biogenesis. The theory in question observes that life comes from life by way of reproduction. Experiments by the French-born chemist and microbiologist in question (December 27, 1822 - September 28, 1895) still serve as refutation of the theory of spontaneous generation.
biogenesis is the theory that living things come only from other living things and spontanious generation is the idea that living things come from nonliving things. ----------------------------------------- biogenesis and abiogenesis and spontaneous generation are the same "theory". Now it's called "chemical evolution". Life arose from dead material (rock). They still believe if you throw a pile of cclothes in a closet, mice will come into existence
though i am not a filipino but i studied in Philippines and i think i can contribute to the question.you might have seen different answers to the question but i want to tell you that the question may be framed. 1. what are the theories regarding the origin of Philippines? 2. what are the theories regarding the origin of filipino? let me ask,are these two questions the same? Let me start from the first question,if…
What is the theory that depends on individuals' reasoning for resolving a dilemma rather than on the ways in which to resolve the dilemma?
Belief in Creation, from which Creationism stems, is not a theory. It is a worldwide tradition going back for thousands of years. It states that God created the universe. This teaches us that God exists, that our lives and the world are not random, and that the created things may be assumed to contain vast wisdom in their beautiful and purposeful design. (In recent decades, this wisdom has indeed been partially revealed, through increasingly powerful…
Biogenesis? You mean, abiogenesis? There is no theory of abiogenesis yet. Some people have done spurious calculations using information theory. I consider these efforts a problem, in that they detract from serious consideration of abiogenesis. The problem is that cells are hideously complex, and the gulf between self replicating cells and amino acids (which form naturally in a wide range of environments) is very large. One hypothesis for bridging this gap is known as the…