Life May Have Relied On Something Other Than Oxygen for the First 1.5 billion Years

  “Is the existence of life on Earth a lucky fluke or an inevitable consequence of the laws of nature? Is it simple for life to emerge on a newly formed planet, or is it the virtually impossible product of a long series of unlikely events? asks Nobel Prize laureate and Professor of Genetics at … Continue reading Life May Have Relied On Something Other Than Oxygen for the First 1.5 billion Years