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Pssst! Don't tell the creationists, but scientists don't have a clue how life began

By John Horgan on February 28, 2011

Exactly 20 years ago, I wrote an article for Scientific American that, in draft form, had the headline above. My editor nixed it, so we went with something less dramatic: "In the Beginning…: Scientists are having a hard time agreeing on when, where and—most important—how life first emerged on the earth." That editor is gone now, so I get to use my old headline, which is even more apt today.

Dennis Overbye just wrote a status report for The New York Times on research into life's origin, based on a conference on the topic at Arizona State University. Geologists, chemists, astronomers and biologists are as stumped as ever by the riddle of life.

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Articolo interessante che prende atto, in modo ironico, della mancanza di vere teorie scientifiche con un sostegno sperimentale sull'origine della vita sulla terra.

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Articolo interessante che prende atto, in modo ironico, della mancanza di vere teorie scientifiche con un sostegno sperimentale sull'origine della vita sulla terra.

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Articolo tutto sommato gradevole...
Desta un po' di perplessità il ragionamento a cornice:

... astronomers have identified more than 1,000 possible planets orbiting other stars. Some seem to be in the "Goldilocks" zone, neither too far nor too close to their respective stars for life as we know it to prosper. Perhaps we are descended from life that emerged on one of those planets

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Articolo tutto sommato gradevole...
Desta un po' di perplessità il ragionamento a cornice:

... astronomers have identified more than 1,000 possible planets orbiting other stars. Some seem to be in the "Goldilocks" zone, neither too far nor too close to their respective stars for life as we know it to prosper. Perhaps we are descended from life that emerged on one of those planets




Beh, è un pezzettino di tentativo di spostare il problema altrove: non troviamo evidenze terrestri, spostiamo la questione nello spazio remoto... dove nessuno può controllare! [SM=g10765]

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Beh, è un pezzettino di tentativo di spostare il problema altrove: non troviamo evidenze terrestri, spostiamo la questione nello spazio remoto... dove nessuno può controllare! [SM=g10765]

Simon

Esatto.
La strada per sradicare dalle menti moderne l'idea che The Chaos non può essere l'unica spiegazione, è lunga...
2/26/2024 11:23 AM
 
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Pssst! Don't tell the creationists, but scientists don't have a clue how life began

By John Horgan on February 28, 2011

Exactly 20 years ago, I wrote an article for Scientific American that, in draft form, had the headline above. My editor nixed it, so we went with something less dramatic: "In the Beginning…: Scientists are having a hard time agreeing on when, where and—most important—how life first emerged on the earth." That editor is gone now, so I get to use my old headline, which is even more apt today.

Dennis Overbye just wrote a status report for The New York Times on research into life's origin, based on a conference on the topic at Arizona State University. Geologists, chemists, astronomers and biologists are as stumped as ever by the riddle of life.

...

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...and if you don't have any proof....you cannot solve it by God, 'cause God would be the next luck of proof.😄
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...and if you don't have any proof....you cannot solve it by God, 'cause God would be the next luck of proof.😄




lack of proof...sorry
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