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Could "smokers" be the origin of life on Earth?

In the ocean's deepest depths, strange "chimneys" are at the core of an extraordinary ecosystem. They could even be the origin of life on Earth.

06/08/2019 6:34 AMupdated: 04/21/2020 3:48 PM

126 comments

  • Beatrice D.
    10/22/2019 19:02

    Oldest life form is that archeae bacteria; like our oldest common ancestor luca?

  • Jeanette R.
    09/17/2019 01:58

    Volcanes submrinos.

  • Zara R.
    09/07/2019 10:15

    As it is also mention in Quran life started from water so it is discovered as well.

  • Jayabalan S.
    09/06/2019 03:05

    WoW

  • Dan D.
    09/04/2019 05:57

    ♥️

  • Bharti T.
    09/04/2019 03:17

    Loved it GOD is great

  • Steven H.
    09/02/2019 13:13

    Where’s the coral? Probably not enough sunlight?

  • Julia E.
    08/31/2019 21:34

    Brilliantly informative and educational. A must see/read article. 🙏🏼🌊🌎🌍🌏❤️

  • Geoneal J.
    08/30/2019 00:11

    Nice

  • Tiboreous U.
    08/28/2019 22:28

    so something else that can be argued over and destroyed in the name of science

  • Catherine M.
    08/28/2019 01:32

    Wow so beautiful Earth ❤️🔥

  • István F.
    08/27/2019 10:50

    Definitely not this one! :)

  • Shiva B.
    08/27/2019 09:59

    Think overheat on earth depth.

  • Ron B.
    08/27/2019 06:50

    Some of them silicon based

  • John R.
    08/26/2019 21:11

    No their is only one person who started the origin of life. And I will say his name GOD.

  • Teresa W.
    08/26/2019 12:05

    I believe

  • Anil P.
    08/26/2019 11:53

    🤘👍

  • Joshua M.
    08/26/2019 11:45

    Smoking is therefore good for the environment

  • Diana I.
    08/26/2019 10:49

    Boiling water or smoke?

  • Georgina N.
    07/27/2019 04:47

    Stunning!

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