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Mars376
2017-May-03, 07:47 PM
A "cloud" falls from infinite space. Then, in the crust of the planet, as in the depths of the primitive oceans, could be observed the existence of a viscous element that covered the whole Earth. With this gelatinous mass, protoplasm was born. This matter, amorphous and viscous, with its condensation gave origin to the birth of the nucleus. The earliest inhabitants of Earth are albuminoid cells, amoebae, and all unicellular organisms that have multiplied in the warm waters of the oceans. These beings only reveal a sense: of touch, which gave rise to all others.

Swift
2017-May-04, 01:57 AM
Mars376

First, welcome to CQ.

Second, you seem to be advocating a very non-mainstream idea about the origins of life on Earth. Such Against The Mainstream (ATM) ideas cannot be advocated in the regular part of the forum. They may only be advocated in the ATM sub-forum.

I have closed your thread. If you wish to continue to advocate your idea, please Report my post (click on the black triangle with the ! in the lower left corner) and express your wishes. We will move this thread to the ATM forum. But be aware that there are special rules and requirements for that forum - I strongly suggest you review the stickies in the ATM forum first.