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As I often point out to many people who have a tenuous grasp of biology, evolution deals with everything that happened after abiogenesis. And also that abiogenesis is a rather young field that we are still exploring. As such, most answers in that field amount to "I don't know" (which is no excuse for positing an unfounded myth in its place as an explanation). However, there is a great deal of new information in this field (here I have collected a few titles of papers that deal with the subject). Would abiogenesis questions be appropriate for this site?

I noticed you didn't have any tags for it.

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Everything from the Miller-Urey experiment to the RNA world hypothesis is part of biology, I don't see any reason why that should be off-topic here.

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