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Boffins discover chemistry that could have produced building blocks of life in space


"Is this enough of a trigger? There has to be some self-organization and self-assembly involved to create life forms. The big question is whether this is something that, inherently, the laws of physics do allow," Ahmed concluded.

Somehow I doubt Ahmed concluded with a comma, there might have been more at the end of that sentence.

Also, I suspect that the laws of physics do indeed allow life, there seems to be plenty of examples around here. Look, found some on my keyboard -->

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