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By looking at information stored in chemistry, says former NASA fellow, life from non-life can be explained

Sources: Interface [via Arvix], Arizona State Univ.





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RE: Publish or Perish?
By gladiatorua on 12/14/2012 9:19:04 AM , Rating: 2
It's exactly what the authors said. And it's not even new approach.
It should be obvious that life didn't randomly appeared and then learned to reproduce. First came mechanisms to copy the simple information, and then that information developed to the point it could be called "life".
Look at evolutionofdna.com . I don't know how legit the info is, but I think that this kind of approach is valid. And the site is more than five years old.


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