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Obviously both DNA and/or RNA and the fully formed decoding protein system would have to be present at the same time in order for the system as a whole to work.

There simply is no stepwise function-based selection process since natural selection isn't even capable of working at this point in time. There I describe five major problems associated with the theory.

Sutherland’s work only partially addresses the first and least severe of these difficulties: the problem of generating the constituent building blocks or monomers in plausible pre-biotic conditions.

So obviously, without the protein there first, the DNA would never be read and the protein would never be made.

Likewise, the DNA could not have been there first since DNA is made and maintained by the proteins of the cell.