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First Life review ↠ 3 download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä David Deamer review First Life This pathbreaking book explores how life can begin taking us from cosmic clouds of stardust to volcanoes on Earth to the modern chemistry laboratory Seeking to understand life’s connection to the stars David Deamer introduces astrobiology a new scientific discipline that studies the origin and evolution of life on Earth and relates it to the birth and death of. Nothing is alive or rather no thing is alive Life what ever that is can only happen as an emergent property of really complex systems in really special conditions Life is not a thing its a process a special domain of chemistry which is its self a special domain of physics People have a pretty good handle on how the universe emerged from nothing see A Universe From Nothing Why there is something rather than nothing by Lawrence M Krauss And people have a pretty good handle on how complex life ratchets up from simpler life forms see Darwin But people don t uite know how exactly so called organic life emerged from inorganic stuff It s like a razor thin barrier of scientific knowledge that when pierced will connect these two immense territories of human knowledge inorganica and organica This book describes what we currently know or rather the competing theories about how life began from the bottom up perspective of organic chemistry This was a game changing read for me I am coming at evolutionary theory and cell biology from a background in psychology and an interest in neuroscience The approach to understanding evolutionary theory that I m most familiar with begins with a curiosity about human behavior including mentation affect and and social behavior and or less attempts to understand brainbody function down to the molecular level in an evolutionary context in order to try to explain predict and manipulate future animal and human behavior hopefully for the better When you re working backwards through evolutionary theory somewhere at the bottom of the pickle barrel is the vague uestion what exactly is life and how did it all begin The answers is eually vague life has something to do with reproduction and metabolism and it began in a warm swamp full of chemicals and lightning struck it and protoplasm happened and a long time later living things got interesting ie multicellular and then you get people This book exploded my former assumptions that the origins of life is a thoroughly understood simple matter and that we re on the verge of being able to synthesize cellular organisms from scratch BTW it isn t and were not Even prokaryotic non nucleic organisms are so stinking complex that it literally staggers the imagination particularly when contemplating what it will take to build one of these suckers from scratch We may be able to bioengineer some cool shit by manipulating living cells see Ventor s amazing work but that s really different than creating a living cell from chemicals and sparks The fact that there is self assembling life at all is a freaking miracle Words can t express the awe I feel as I write this Forget about the fact that the human brain has circa 100 billion networked communicating and conditionable cells that can share information with billions of other brains That fact even prokaryotic organisms exist is absolutely nuking my brain after reading this book I call that a good investment of time and money 1600 on kindle Further Problems with Pleasure relates it to the birth and death of. 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First Life review ↠ 3 download Ð eBook or Kindle ePUB Ä David Deamer review First Life Ng of evolution Deamer takes us from the vivid and unpromising chaos of the Earth four billion years ago up to the present and his own laboratory where he contemplates the prospects for generating synthetic life Engaging and accessible First Life describes the scientific story of astrobiology while presenting a fascinating hypothesis to explain the origin of lif. A very good book covering Life s originsThe book by professor Deamer is excellent but dated I chose to give the book 4 stars instead of 5 for that simple reason dated Getting that out of the way it is well written and a pleasant read I can ony wish I had his facility of expression and depth of knowledge An excellent read


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    [First Life] EBOOK / PDF This gets 5 stars because the author isn't afraid to give little chemistry lessons as needed throughout the book This fascinating topic is attacked on many frontsChirality is the handedness of molecules and life on Earth uses only one type for fats nucleic acids and sugars This mystery is considered as a possible frozen accident and as a clue to life's originUndersea vents and clays are discussed as a possible origin of the basic metaboli

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    review First Life David Deamer Ä 3 characters [First Life] EBOOK / PDF First Life addresses the highly esoteric subject of the ways in which the first life creating molecules monomers polymers and substances may have come into being The science here is highly incomplete and as a result many of the theories are unproven and speculative The author is biased towards his own theories which is not a problem except that it ends up making a large part of the book detailed and complicated than necessary for all but th

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  • Hardcover
  • 288
  • First Life
  • David Deamer
  • English
  • 08 September 2018
  • 9780520258327