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Panspermia and the Origins of Life on Earth

The modern notion of Panspermia, where the stuff of life came from the cosmos as our solar system and planets were forming, seems more and more an interesting and plausible notion. For if life is not so rare after all, when the end of one solar system that at one time teamed with life comes to pass, it makes sense that some of that life stuff, though dead and frozen and perhaps containing the building blocks for bacteria or other microorganisms, flying through space, might eventually coalesce and perhaps crash as a meteor onto the surface of some forming planet that would eventually have adequate conditions to support such life, or some variety spawned from it.

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