Charles Darwin's Hunch About Early Life Was Probably Right

Charles Darwin's Hunch About Early Life Was Probably Right
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Charles Darwin had some rather good ideas. His most famous is the theory of evolution by natural selection, which explains much of what we know about life on Earth. But he also pondered many other questions. In a hasty letter to a friend, he put forward an idea about how the first life might have formed. Some 150 years later, that letter looks remarkably prescient – maybe even prophetic.

 

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