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How life reached the planet Earth

Updated on January 4, 2014
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Introduction

Out of several mysteries, the one that has always fascinated my mind is the existence of life on Earth. Why our planet Earth is the only planet in the Solar system to have life on it? What gives a planet the power to create life? Is there life on any other planet except the Earth in the entire Universe? If yes then, why the majority of planets are deprived of life on them? Questions like these have always fascinated my mind. So, I decided to answer all these questions I my own way by creating my own “Theory of life”. Before describing my theory, I would like to make it very clear that this theory is my personal thinking.

The dual bang

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According to Puneet Sharma's "Theory of life", the process of beginning of life starts with the destruction. No, I am not talking about the Big Bang theory. In fact, it is a Dual-Bang theory. The dual bang occurs when two stars those are very close to each other end their lives with an explosion. Tremendous amount of energy is released when such explosions occur in the Universe. After the blast, a huge amount of energy is released in the form of energy beams. When the energy beams coming from the explosion in those two stars are opposite in direction and collide with each other, several energy whirlpools are generated.

Creation of the life particles

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The energy whirlpools take the shape of an energy ball surrounded by an energy ring. The shape resembles a lot to the shape of the planet Saturn. The energy ball is created from the energy beam from one of the two exploded stars while the energy ring is created with the beam from the other star. The energy pair so created is called as the “constructor-analyser” pair. This pair is called as the life particle. This constructor- analyser pair is the unit that is responsible for the creation of life on various planets in the universe. The constructor-analyser pair contains very high amount of energy and travels with speed of light in the Universe.

The journey of life particles

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The constructor-analyser pairs created during the dual bang travel at very high speed until they collide with a planet in the universe. When the constructor-analyser pairs fall on a planet, the creation of life begins on that planet. The constructor-analyser pair has two major goals wherever they go. One is to keep on collecting more and more energy and the other is to keep on moving in search of energy. When this life particle falls on a planet, the analyser ring starts analysing the surroundings. It reacts with the surrounding elements. When a reaction is successful, the surrounding element is sent to the constructor. The constructor uses the qualified elements to create a system that surrounds the constructor-analyser pair. The system is designed in such a way that it will consume the matter in the surroundings to generate energy. The structure so created is a living organism that keeps moving in search of matter (food) to create energy for the constructor-analyser pair and for keeping itself running further.

When life particles reached the Earth

No matter where the constructor-analyser pair will, it is guaranteed to create a living structure. To understand it clearly, take the example of earth. When the constructor-analyser pairs fell on the Earth, they scattered everywhere on the Earth. The pairs which fell inside water gave rise to aquatic living structures. The pairs falling on land created structures capable of living on land. The life structures created in the beginning were the smallest unit of life. They were unicellular organisms who feed on their surroundings to survive. The process of life creation didn’t stopped here. The analyser kept on analysing the surroundings by controlling the life structure. All the important information gathered by the analyser are stored in the DNA of the organism that was created by the constructor. The DNA helps the organism to keep track of the things that were analysed before. After further analysis, the constructor-analyser pairs were able to create some heavy multi-cellular living organisms. The analyser keeps on analysing the surroundings whenever the living structure feels any difficulty. The constructor-analyser pair keeps changing the life structure according to the external conditions. These changes are not immediate. These changes occur over a period of several years depending on the size of the living organism. The process of implementing these changes in the living organism is called as the “evolution”.

This is just the beginning of life that is explained in this theory. In the upcoming parts of this theory, several other phenomena will be explained on through this theory of life.

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© 2014 Puneet Sharma

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