Thursday, October 22, 2015

Spontaneity of Life

Spontaneity of Life

Step by step
science seems to be 
reaching or pointing
to a new science
a quantum reality
in which time itself
the thought of time
as only a thought
a simple vibration
experienced only in
 spontaneous Now...

"We need to think differently about the early Earth," says Elizabeth Bell of UCLA. The early Earth certainly wasn't a hellish, dry, boiling planet. A UCLA team of geochemists see absolutely no evidence for that. The planet was probably much more like it is today than previously thought the team concluded.
The UCLA scientists have found evidence that life likely existed on Earth at least 4.1 billion years ago -- 300 million years earlier than previous research suggested. The discovery indicates that life may have begun shortly after the planet formed 4.54 billion years ago.
The research is published today in the online early edition of the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (The Daily Galaxy)

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