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Abiogenesis Jumpstarts Evolution

The Rise of the Cell

Published in The EarthSphere Blog

First life — glowing chemosynthetic bacteria — cradled in the hand of existence (by WM House; ArcheanArt)


Last week I wrote about the origins of the building blocks of life: DNA and RNA. This article picks up the story in my Forgotten Origins series and offers a few views on life’s jump from a non-living world to a living biosphere.




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Exploring relationships between people and our planet — Stories and articles promoting science, art, environmental awareness, and human insights.

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