Physics of Biology

   

The Origin of Life

Authors: PV Raktoe

They say that the origin of life is a mystery, but I believe that the origin of life can be found everywhere because I know what our universe is. The universe has the same structure and properties as something on Earth, the universe is like a sub-atomic ocean because it’s filled with sub-atomic particles, sub-atomic whirlpools and turbulent sub-atomic streams. I explained why in my Vixra paper 1508.0191, that paper describes the origin of gravity. Gravity tells us something about the properties of sub-atomic particles, it tells us what they need to do. It tells us that those sub-atomic particles are there for a reason, they are there to maintain the universe and everything in it. Gravity is a side effect of a continuous absorption stream of sub-atomic particles (ether) towards matter, those sub-atomic particles are continuously absorbed and used by matter and that continuous absorption process is time (Vixra paper 1607.0495). And it might sound strange but it's true, that continuous absorption process and the sub-atomic particles we already know tell us something about the origin of life. It tells us that the origin of life can be found everywhere, as long as the conditions are right.

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[v1] 2016-01-14 18:14:50
[v2] 2016-01-17 15:33:40
[v3] 2016-06-21 18:45:45
[v4] 2016-07-30 07:07:12
[v5] 2016-12-08 13:58:53
[v6] 2017-05-21 11:14:41

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