The evolution advocates on the board constantly harp on Intellegent Design, saying that it's not a scientific theory because it's not independently verifiable or repeatable. So I decided to apply that to evolutionary theory as it pertains to the origin of life. As you know, Darwinists claim that all beings have one common ancestor, which was a single celled organism. However, according to the Wikipedia article on the origin of life, "no one has yet synthesized a "protocell" using basic components which has the necessary properties of life (the so-called "bottom-up-approach")." So, using the pro-evolutionist's logic, we can make the following argument: 1. Evolution claims that life began when basic organic components randomly combined to create a living being. 2. No one has been able to replicate basic organic components randomly combining to create a living being; this process is not independently verifiable or repeateable. 3. Therefore, evolution's claims about the origin of life are not good science.