Did Volcanoes Spark First Life On Earth?
Energy Lightning and gases from volcanic eruptions could have given rise to the first life on Earth, according to a new analysis of samples ...
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#1 Oct 17, 2008
Earth's ancient atmosphere was mostly carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and nitrogen. Probably.
A long way to be Me.
#2 Oct 17, 2008
If you stand on one like this:
and can feel the vibration and see the smokes it is a very awesome thing; at the big island it excited & ignited to my mind the idea that the two active ones seemed like Mme Pele's nourishing breasts pouring forth lava onto, to be the land -- and if you read the commentary -- She is really hot in all ways and when you hear the stories and see some artistic representations of her, your goose flesh just rises if you are at all attuned -- have her invite you to Hawaii, truthist!
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