The late Dr. Francis Crick - co-discoverer of the DNA molecule - was once asked if DNA could have arisen "spontaneously" or "randomly" as is the belief of pure evolutionists. Crick said no, that the chances of a molecule of the complexity of DNA arising in that way was 10 to the 40,000 power. In cosmic terms, that is far, far too miniscule for the theory to be considered. Crick was then asked how DNA came to appear on earth if it could not have just "arisen". The good Doctor's answer was profound! Aliens visited earth and left it here. At that moment, an Episcopal priest in the audience then asked Dr. Crick, "Where did the ALIENS come from?!" Crick announced the interview over and left, never bothering to respond to what was a simple - at least for the priest if not the Doctor - question, to wit: "where did the aliens and their DNA come from?"