If we really believe that a process of Darwinian evolution started on the Earth without the help of miracles, spacemen or whatever, then the first organisms (by which we mean the first systems able to evolve indefinitely through natural selection) must have been made of materials that were, broadly speaking, geochemicals.
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- Mineral Theories of the Origin of Life and an Iron Sulfide Example
A. Graham Cairns-Smith
Alan J. Hall
Michael J. Russell
- Springer Netherlands
- Chapter 9