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Panspermia, Octopuses, and Comets 5/6

The biological Big Bang

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Univ. of Arizona — The Helix Nebula, in the constellation Aquarius, imaged in infrared in 2007 by the Spitzer Space Telescope. It is a planetary nebula about 700 light-years from Earth, with an estimated age of 10,000 years, produced by the matter ejected by a solar-type star in the last stages of its life. The inner ring of the nebula shows a series of cometary-type filaments that Gibson and Schild, authors of the HGD cosmological model, interpret as the effect of the evaporation of the icy atmospheres of a myriad of otherwise invisible planets. Evaporation is caused by the powerful ionizing radiation emitted by the core of a dying star, which will become a white dwarf

At the basis of panspermia is the rejection of abiogenesis. As we have seen, according to Hoyle and Wickramasinghe calculations, the probability that the enzymes essential to the chemistry of living organisms have emerged in their entirety, complete and functional, at the end of a process of purely random accumulation of trial and error in the hellish…

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