Membranes contributing to building blocks

inertia

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"...three components of RNA, proteins and fatty acids formed independently before coming together to form the first cell, perhaps near hydrothermal vents in the ocean or in puddles on land. But getting the right pieces into the right places at the right time to form early life seems so improbable.

The team speculates that membranes may have facilitated this unlikely process. "

The short article can be read ----> here.
 

Michael R2

Active member
"...three components of RNA, proteins and fatty acids formed independently before coming together to form the first cell, perhaps near hydrothermal vents in the ocean or in puddles on land. But getting the right pieces into the right places at the right time to form early life seems so improbable.

The team speculates that membranes may have facilitated this unlikely process. "

The short article can be read ----> here.
Thank you for this interesting find.
 

Authentic Nouveau

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"...three components of RNA, proteins and fatty acids formed independently before coming together to form the first cell, perhaps near hydrothermal vents in the ocean or in puddles on land. But getting the right pieces into the right places at the right time to form early life seems so improbable.

The team speculates that membranes may have facilitated this unlikely process. "

The short article can be read ----> here.
Speculationism flares it ugly evo head.

Dr Tour wipes out synthetic chemists who get stumped every time.
 

Temujin

Well-known member
"...three components of RNA, proteins and fatty acids formed independently before coming together to form the first cell, perhaps near hydrothermal vents in the ocean or in puddles on land. But getting the right pieces into the right places at the right time to form early life seems so improbable.

The team speculates that membranes may have facilitated this unlikely process. "

The short article can be read ----> here.
Yeah, science!
 
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