Now that we know life is a chemical reaction and not divine creation, does that some how make life less special? I think scientists have lost their empathy for living creatures when they think of life as only a cheap tool to manipulate, and to produce useful proteins. What do you think?
There's no science in the video at all, only observations presented so that the audience will reach a certain conclusion without the 'scientist' giving it to them. The whole idea is to create a response bias because the audience, and more importantly media and YouTube watchers, will be certain they have reached the conclusion on their own, thus cementing the opinion the presenter is implicitly providing.
What kind of 'doctor' are you?
With a god, life is a trivial thing. The god snaps his fingers and there is life.
Without god, life requires a particular set of circumstances to get started, and is easily snuffed out.
I think that makes it more special.
Well if we arent going to play god then who will?
not like there is an actual god to do it