Re: Beginning of life Dwimmer: First: you don't have a hypothesis. You have an assertion. That was my entire point. A hypothesis is TESTABLE. A hypothesis has the potential to be disproved if the evidence so shows, and the potential to be supported if the evidence so shows. You, however, have no evidence and have not suggested any means of obtaining any. This means that it is not a hypothesis and not worthy of scientific attention. Second: I find your above statement about having evidence but won't post it because Al can explain it amusing. If Alchemist can explain it, it isn't evidence for your point, now is it? But it's an interesting way to admit that you have no evidence, kudos for the effort. Ever thought about becoming as politician?