The Nature of Life

The Nature of Life

The Nature of Life

The Nature of Life

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At the present time astronomers present a picture of the evolution of the universe which holds the imagination captive. Some of them believe that all kinds of matter have been evolved from one original substance, hydrogen, and that out of the material thus created solar systems were built up. They are able to give us a fairly satisfactory description of the processes which formed bodies like our earth. Their account is supplemented by the geologist, who pictures the progressive changes on the surface of the earth whereby it became fitted to support life. The fascination of these researches is heightened when we consider that they lead directly to a question of universal interest which lies in the province of the . . .

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