The Big Bang, Superstring Theory and the origin of life on the Earth
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This article examines the origin of life on Earth and its connection to the Superstring Theory, that attempts to explain all phenomena in the universe (Theory of Everything) and unify the four known forces and relativity and quantum theory. The four forces of gravity, electro-magnetism, strong and weak nuclear were all present and necessary for the origin of life on the Earth. It was the separation of the unified force into four singular forces that allowed the origin of life.
KeywordsAssembly Bacteria Biocomplexity Evolution Superstring Theory
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