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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?
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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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