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pink sasquatch
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Message 22 of 138 (194466)
03-25-2005 2:39 PM
Reply to: Message 21 by simple
03-25-2005 1:51 PM

Isn't it a bit early to call it "originally organic matrix "?
Are you claiming it was originally inorganic?
There have to have been other factors at playcells are full of enzymes that trigger a very thorough self-destruct sequence at death
Other factors, like it wasn't millions of years old after all, I think.
Unless death was caused or accompanied by a drastic change in temperature or salinity, in which case those enzymes would be rendered non-functional.

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