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How random molecules got information for becoming life? Scientists has news about

Thursday, August 24th, 2017

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New computational model of chemical building blocks may help explain the origins of life

https://phys.org/news/2017-08-chemical-blocks-life.html

“… it has remained a mystery what actions could then prompt short chemical polymer chains to develop into much longer chains that can encode useful protein information. The new computational model may help explain that gap in the evolution of chemistry into biology.”

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-08-chemical-blocks-life.html#jCp

My comment posted at Phys.Org article:

TheMatrixDNA - 8/24/2017
From Matrix/DNA perspective, we would trying to insert light ( preference for natural light ) somewhere into the computational simulation. What informations does have these initial polymers? If not about themselves and maybe, the random event producing them? When growing to foldamers, it means acquiring more atoms: which information has the foldamers if not ” information about themselves plus information of atoms, which probable they already have? At this point they are still non-biological organization of matter. They are at the same level of minerals, rocks, sand… How could them to jump from here to an astonishing new complexity?
We have a model of the building block of astronomic systems and a theoretical mechanism that makes possible the information from these systems being transferred to terrestrial atoms through stellar energy, cosmic radiation, etc. It happens that the configuration of this astronomic system is exactly the configuration of a lateral base-pair of nucleotides. So,…

(not published due final of characters) … information from this astronomic system are enough for that jump, since it drives the foldamer polymer to assembling as a working system.

New computational model of chemical building blocks may help explain the origins of life

Ken Dill explains the computational model that shows how certain molecules fold and bind together in the evolution of chemistry into biology, a key step to explain the origins of life. Credit: Stony Brook University Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-08-chemical-blocks-life.html#jCp

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2017-08-chemical-blocks-life.html#jCp