Life wouldn’t exist without hydrogen, but the same could be said for carbon, nitrogen, and oxygen. Since they are all so important, I don’t believe it’s possible to pick one as the MOST important element on the planet.
The human body is over 60% oxygen by weight (mostly oxygen in the form of water, H2O which is almost 90% oxygen by mass).
Hydrogen is by far the most important element in the universe, in fact, one could argue it is the ONLY element in the universe. Scientists believe that Hydrogen was the only element to exist in the very beginnings of the Universe. Overtime, celestial explosions and cosmic eruptions formed the other elements by fusing hydrogen elements together. All atoms are really just a bunch of hydrogen atoms fused together.
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