The theory of evolution as explained by spontaneous generation. How does all this life come about? There is no evidence at all to show how even the most basic of organic cells formed on this planet.
Spoken like someone who doesnt know what Evolution is
Evolution happens after life has come to be, it is change over time
How life came to be is under the field of study called Abiogenesis
In natural science, abiogenesis (pronounced /ˌeɪbaɪ.ɵˈdʒɛnɨsɪs/, AY-bye-oh-JEN-ə-siss) or biopoesis is the study of how life arises from inanimate matter through natural processes, and the method by which life on Earth arose. Most amino acids, often called "the building blocks of life", can form via natural chemical reactions unrelated to life, as demonstrated in the Miller–Urey experiment and similar experiments that involved simulating some of the conditions of the early Earth in a laboratory. In all living things, these amino acids are organized into proteins, and the construction of these proteins is mediated by nucleic acids. Which of these organic molecules first arose and how they formed the first life is the focus of abiogenesis.
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Regardless, there is no evidence for the physical beginning of the biological evolutionary theory. It is all so theoretical in fact that I don't understand you're utter confidence in saying that my petty inference is definitely "not" how humans arise. Or are you a Fully Enlightened Buddha?
Regardless of how the first life came to be, Humans did not come to be until billions of years of Evolution after the first life
For one thing the early earth would not have supported humans, even when the first life appeared
Homosapiens have only been around for 100,00 to 250,000 years, nothing in evolutionary time, smaller still in earth time and sweet FA in cosmic time
When I was talking about the evolving phase and using the term "evolving", I was talking about the world-system evolving, not biological processes.
Tell me, what is the Buddhas special definition of the word "world"?
I understand that you're not convinced that the Buddha knew how human beings arose on this world. Many Buddhists on this site seem to share this sentiment. I couldn't disagree with the idea more, no offense. And I wouldn't argue about on a Theravada forum. At all.
You admit yourself that he doesnt, since you wrote
I agree that he probably didn't know much about genetics or biochemistry,