The origin of life from primordial planets

@article{Gibson2010TheOO,
  title={The origin of life from primordial planets},
  author={C. Gibson and R. Schild and N. Wickramasinghe},
  journal={International Journal of Astrobiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={10},
  pages={83 - 98}
}
Abstract The origin of life and the origin of the Universe are among the most important problems of science and they might be inextricably linked. Hydro-gravitational-dynamics cosmology predicts hydrogen–helium gas planets in clumps as the dark matter of galaxies, with millions of planets per star. This unexpected prediction is supported by quasar microlensing of a galaxy and a flood of new data from space telescopes. Supernovae from stellar over-accretion of planets produce the chemicals (C, N… Expand
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