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In one hypothesis about the origin of life on Earth, scientists propose that organic molecules were produced from inorganic molecules in chemical reactions. How would you evaluate a scientist's claim that reactions, showing organic molecules emerging from inorganic molecules, can be seen in nature today? The claim must be false because modernday evolution cant be observed and recorded The claim is likely to be false because the current conditions on Earth are opposed to the formation of life. The claim is likely to be true because all the elements necessary for the formation of or

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  1. Koikkara
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    @tennisplayer18 The claim is likely to be true because all the elements necessary for the formation of , For example: organic molecules on the planet Mars is now a ... life elsewhere in the universe would utilize cell structures like those found on Earth.

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