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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 28, 2002 23:45:04 UTC

"36. Self-assembled life -- arising in a primordial soup or on a mineral sub-strate would be expected to leave behind some inorganic kerogen tars marked by certain carbon-13 to carbon-12 ratio. No such kerogen is found anywhere in the geologic column."

I guess your responce to this would be that the chances of finding the spot where life originated in the 'smallish pockets' would be a slim chance.


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