What might traces of glycine recovered from the Comet Wild 2 say about life’s origins on Earth?



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    Traces of Glycine in comets may say that the origins of life on earth come from space. It is widely known and accepted that all matter other than hydrogen has formed in the interior of stars, and many building blocks of life were formed there. these bonded to meteors and various other matter that formed into planets, and as glycine is the simplest of amino acids, it is possible that it combined with other proteins to form bacteria, and eventually evolved into life itself. This further confirms the theory of the big bang and how the universe came to be

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