Origins of life Theories

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Origins of life Theories 1 Origins of life Theories Sci/230
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Origins of life Theories 2 Jessie Lassabe 1/7/2010
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Origins of life Theories 3 Where did life come from? How was it created? Did help come from the cosmos? These are all questions that have been pondered about since the earliest of time itself. Piecing it together covers life’s origins as being spontaneously created under perfect conditions. Well as every good researcher and scientist knows perfect conditions is really only a myth or theory. They never really happen in real life conditions unless there is human interference. So thinking in this direction I feel that life did not originate from spontaneous creations. I know that the chapter says that the amino acids came together to start forming the first stages of life. However, this was only tested under a scientist study of creating the perfect conditions. I have seen no proof of this being created out in the open by itself. So I tend to not agree with this theory. The data that was collected for their claim is valid; it is just not really practical. So I researched
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2011 for the course CJS 212 taught by Professor Smith during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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