“How on Earth did life start”

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Presented on ZOOM 14th March at 7pm



We still don’t know how life can start, but this talk looks at the Earth and why it is a good place, with a bottom up view of what is needed to get the biochemistry going.  Then a top down look at what we have today with DNA etc, working back to the simpler molecules and structures from which today’s processes probably arose.  That leaves a gap, but it’s getting smaller!



James Fradgley FRAS, MSc, MInstP, BA Physics and Astronomy

James describes himself as more of a theoretician than a practical observational astronomer.  He gives many talks, mostly to astronomical societies.  He also always has had an interest in biology and genetics and was a field researcher for the Peppered Moth study under Kettlewell.





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