What the atomic bomb and Bose Einstein condensates teach us about the first life forms – a basic theory of the emergence of life

I’ve explained Bose Einstein condensates with radon contamination. Let’s apply this principle not to bosons but to organic materials from the ternary fission products venting in hot fumes underwater…

We have magmatism closeby (perhaps 500 meters below), acids like H2S and Rn220 & Rn222 falling from the vents above, a basaltic soil rich in carbon, oxygen… We have all the elements assembled for a very aleatory process in which at the end some cell membranes have been formed out of the dissolved elements by the pressure of radon, exactly as in the Bose Einstein condensates.

DNA is an acid, very complex, it certainly has more primitive ancestors, but the magmatism below gives out protons (it is a ternary fission product). Some of them can be caught by organic molecules, to form the first acids needed to decompose more organic material.

If we look at mushrooms we have another example, not underwater but on the ground. The prediction is that dissolved organic elements, in a volcanic area, together with acid fallout, and radon compression, also lead, out of a very aleatory process, to an assembly which becomes supercritical at some point, the acids (heavy) get in the bottom, forming the roots, there is an exchange of ions that begins, lighter (carbonated) elements are absorbed from the ground and they rise in the natural shape that we also see in nuclear explosions… because it is the most natural reaction to a compression breaking a threshold of resistance, like a ketchup bottle destroyed by a not savvy child, or fermion condensates.

Bose-Einstein condensates themselves look like spores. These are simple forms of life that can be formed identically ! We may find such simple life forms in many planets.

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