Knowing as we do now that all manner of complex organic molecules and viscelles/micelles form spontaneously in various environments, from hot vents perfect for basic hydrophobic H-C fatty acids and stable charged H-C-O-P hydrophobics - to volcanic glass micro-chambers, clay-layer geometry and water ice fractal symetry, that all combine to create ideal nanoscale everywhere rapid self assembly scenarios for various amino acids etc that in turn can form RNA like segments and combinations... I can't help but wonder what scenario is best situation pre-biotic that can form Telomeric sequences.
It seems to me, an instinctive feeling after viewing so many bioscience and life origin videos, that in all the random prebiotic assembly and disassembly of molecules, the perfection of replication lies in repetition that first needed a master start and stop sequence control, as master of other sub gene start stop codons.
Of course a myriad of biophysics factors come into play in origin theory and I am far from expert but I wonder if anyone can provide solid
references about abiogenisis and telomeres?
Tough question to word here, and too vast a topic when I try and narrow the web searches. However, the amino squences for telomeres are finite I believe and so before life kept repeating itself what molecules in what environment crates the combination best?