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Origin of life: lightning strikes may have provided missing ingredient for Earth's first organisms

By Benjamin Hess, PhD Candidate, Earth & Planetary Sciences, Yale University
Jason Harvey, Associate Professor of Geochemistry, University of Leeds
Sandra Piazolo, Professor in Structural Geology and Tectonics, University of Leeds
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Lightning strikes may have helped spark life on Earth, and may be continuing to help life start on other Earth-like planets.

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