The Primordial Soup Hypothesis Essay

This paper describes the origins of biomolecules hypothesis. Each different hypothesis is derived from a different scientist. It explains their claim and answers the question if the origin of biomolecules using their hypothesis. All the scientists provided evidence to help support their hypothesis. Some of the scientists had experiments to test their hypothesis. They also gave reasoning for supporting their theory.
The Primordial Soup Hypothesis was introduced by the Soviet biologist Alexander Oparin in the 1920s. It states that there were chemicals in the atmosphere that formed molecules. These molecules were brought to life by lightning and then rained down and formed a puddle. This puddle will later be known as the primordial soup. This…

This theory states that everything existed as a speck or “seed” of themselves. The seeds came from all over the universe and traveled through space from one location to another. Some people believe this is how life on Earth began. There are three variations of this hypothesis. They are Interstellar (flying rocks from other planets spread the seed material from one solar system to another), interplanetary (Seeds are spread one planet to another in the same solar system, and Directed panspermia (spreading of seeds from extraterrestrials to Earth). Recent Indian and British researchers were able to get samples from the stratosphere that contained living cells. Another example to support this theory is another scientist found extraterrestrial bacteria inside a meteorite that scientists think is over four-billion years old. Anaxagoras reasoning behind his theory is that he wondered why flesh isn’t made out of flesh and where did we come from? So he answers himself saying a being from another world made us and put us here. Different scientists have tested this panspermia hypothesis by sending microbes into space and seeing if they can stand reentry into earth’s…