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    • Birth of Life

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      How did it all begin? Where did we as people come from? And civilization before us, where did they originate from? It’s one of the most popular and intriguing questions that has plagued us for years. How did life begin?

      From the highest mountains to the deepest oceans, how has this life come to be? It exists everywhere and without explanation. What was it that kick-started the evolutionary race? How did these things advance from non-living to alive?

      These are just a few of the many questions that Birth of Life attempts to answer in this interesting documentary. For everyone, for everything, life appears to begin differently, but in reality does the life of everything originate from one place, one spot.

      Birth of Life will bring new meaning to the question “Where do babies come from”? That’s a question I am hoping to avoid with my children but know eventually I will have to answer. No longer do I have the option to tell them to ask their Mom or Dad as I have done in the past with nieces and nephews as I am their Mom.

      Let this documentary captivate you with it theories of it all began, of we have become what we are today.

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      Published on April 18, 2008 · Filed under: Biology, Environment
    • Casey

      A fabulous documentary.

    • Flich

      Although narrated in the typical national geographic fashion, this documentary is pretty cool. I do wish it went a bit more into the way the first cell could have formed – there's all sorts of interesting stuff about mitochondria and chloroplasts and self-organizing phospholipid membranes and mutually beneficial relationships that I think would have made this a stronger documentary.

    • Mike

      This is a wonderful topic. It is very interesting to hear what we know and how we know it. My mothers undergrad was biology, and as been researching a lot on this topic lately. Very excited to see our next few steps.

    • Avari

      Thank God! Smenooe with brains speaks!

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