Do people think that eventually chemistry could explain all of biology? If not than are you suggesting there is something intrincic about biology that cannot be explained by chemistry? Why are the workings of the primitive forms of life be able to be explained by chemistry? Surely it is only a matter of time before all of biology could be explained by chemical processes? If so than given that all of chemistry could be explained by physics, it follows logically that phyiscs could explain all of biology. Note: I am not asking whether biology could be studied better using chemistry or physics. I just like to know whether it is possible to explain life using only chemistry. So it is a more of a theoretical than a practical question.