Any practical use for Universal Common Ancestor? Off course not. There is real science that is applied in practice like most branches of Biology and Physics. Based on knowledge and understanding it holds an extremely high standard of evidence that is falsifiable
Then there is theoretical science. Untestable hypothesis based on speculation. As with all pseudosciences the objective is to generate funding.
Just look at the centuries of debate and experiments on Spontaneous Generation that theoretical science tried to repress.
And no sooner did Louis Pasteur killed the theory in 1859 did theoretical biolgy jump straight into a totally new theory and preaching it as fact. Darwins "Origin of Species" was also released in 1859.
This time they went even further producing frauds like the pitdown man in a sad and desperate attempt to make the theory stick. Pitdown man was the basis of this pseudoscience for over 100 years before it was embarrassingly uncovered as a deliberate hoax.
Such a sad excuse for science are the soft, theoretical subjects. Attracting funding away from the real hard sciences like medicine.
Even physics has turned all darwinist theoretical. Astrophysicists thought they were on the verge of a breakthrough in understanding. However Newton and Einsteins maths doesn't work in space.... Hehehehe
The conclusive theory is that something is creating multiple universes only a tiny amount of them produce life. Sounds a lot like Darwinism to me.
The past 16 months iv been on an atheist forum. So now im really woke on their views and motives.
Anyways there is something in there that will trigger someone and send them to the cry cabinet. Wah