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Our understanding of how life began on earth has indeed advanced substantially since Haldane, Oparin, Miller, and Urey. To learn about the latest ideas, I can't think of a better place to start than this excellent video series with Nobel Laureate Jack Szostack, who is currently doing some of the leading work on the subject.
We human are scare of death. Because of that, we tend to apply that idea into everything we can observe, even if it's meaningless. But why is death scary? Isn't it because when you die, you stop function anymore? Fear of death is hard-wired into our nervous systems. A thirsty wildebeest will approach crocodile-infested water very, very reluctantly. The ...
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