Introduction. Why is there life on Earth? Why are there plants, animals, and human beings? How have they come into being? Why have they come into being? Have they evolved from a first primordial cell? And has this first living cell on Earth evolved by itself in a primordial chemical soup from inorganic matter? Has there ever been a strongly reducing methane-ammonium-hydrogen-rich primordial atmosphere that could have supplied the needed building blocks of life? Has there ever been a "chemical soup" in the primordial sea or pond, in which the first living cell on Earth could have evolved by itself from inorganic matter? Are Professor A. I. Oparinís coacervate droptlets and protobionts and Professor S. W. Foxís microspheres pre-stages of living cells? Do they prove chemical evolution?

Did Professor Stanley L. Miller prove by his chemical experiments that life on earth has evolved by itself in a dead chemical soup? Is there any chemical and sedimentary evidence that there ever has been such a primordial "soup" in the early Precambrian? Do the atoms and molecules of outer space contain already the drive toward life? Did life on earth just have to evolve by itself, because the simplest atom of the universe, the hydrogen atom, contains already the drive toward life? Has Professor Manfred Eigen proved chemical and cosmic evolution through his hypercycle and glass-pearl game? Has fossil and experimental evidence proved now chemical evolution?