Something long considered reliable evidence for Darwinian evolution, the chemical similarity of living things, is now in question.
In 1973, leading Neo-Darwinist Theodosius Dobzhansky wrote that “nothing in biology makes sense except in light of evolution.” He specifically pointed to “biochemical universals,” or shared features in the chemistry of life, as evidence that all creatures “arose from inanimate matter only once” and that everything alive today descended from a universal common ancestor.
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