Tag: Life On Earth

Ponds Might Have Been The Places Where Life on Earth Began, And Not the Oceans

Primitive ponds may have a more appropriate environment for the birth of early life on Earth than the oceans for…

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NASA Reproduced The Building Blocks Of Life On Ocean Floor In The Lab

Life, or, at least, its ingredients, formed around 4 billion years ago deep in the oceans. Now, in a study…

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Ancient Supernova Saved The Earth From Drowning In Its Own Water

While we cannot understand life on Earth without water, according to the examples we have in some exoplanets, too much…

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Life on Earth Emerged Thanks To A Collision Between Our World and An Alien Planet

According to a new study, the life on Earth was possible thanks to a collision between our world and an…

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The Common Salt could have Contributed to the Appearance of Life on Earth

If we were to believe all the theories which talk about how life appeared on Earth, it would be very…

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Life On Mars: Red Planet Might Have Enough Oxygen For Microbes And Sponges To Develop

About 2.7 billion years ago, the Earth’s atmosphere began to accumulate oxygen produced by cyanobacteria that lived in the oceans…

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How Life on Earth Came to be

Kelsey Moore, a graduate student, first came across geologic time in primary school. Time was represented as a very long…

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Primordial Soup Might’ve Needed RNA Contribution To Spawn Life On Earth

If the asteroid-driven “primordial soup” hypothesis is not acceptable for you, there is also another theory regarding how life evolved…

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