Which is the evolutionary link between cosmological and biological evolutions?

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We search the evolutionary link between primates and humans. Why we don't search the evolutionary link between the prior cosmological evolution (Big Bang to 10 billions years) and the later biological evolution (from 10 billions years to now)?Why we are separating Universal evolution into two separated blocks?

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  • 1 year ago

    Well, trying to struggle through your only semi-coherent question, and guessing at what you mean --

    Unless the chemical composition, electrical potential, radiation intake, and heat dynamic on a planet is just so, life can't get started.

    And HOW that life operates depends on those factors too. The dinosaurs were ABLE to be huge with such inefficient breathing and circulatory systems because the oxygen percentage of the air was higher than it is now.

    Going further back, there was a time when free oxygen was rare and life didn't even USE oxygen -- anaerobic microorganisms are a relic of that time (like Tetanus, for instance).

    • Ok,... Cosmological evolution went from particles to atoms to galaxies. Biological started inside galaxies, as cell systems. My question is which is the evolutionary link between this galaxy and the first cell system. You have reduced into separated elements, my focus is at systems.

  • 1 year ago

    None. God created the heavens and the earth, you heathen

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