The origin of life is chemical synthesis? marine algae (green seaweed): Cellulose is a cell


Man Gil Ahn*

In today's earth ecology environment, various living things are active in hot water, dry environment, and acidic(microorganisms produced during the fermentation process of plants, bacteria that feed on sulfur) conditions with low concentration of hydrogen ions. The organic matter of green algae is structurally and chemically synthesized from C.H.O.N.S.P and minerals. Green algae are eukaryotes that are chemically synthesized of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids and minerals.

The first organic substances were chemicals of water vapor, methane, oxygen, hydrogen, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen, and halogens produced in the Earth's environment. Various minerals act as catalysts during the bonding process, enabling chemical synthesis of organic substances at high temperature and pressure. Because organic matter can be synthesized chemically, life on earth continued to evolve ecologically, biologically, physically and chemically, and the birth of primitive life started from organic matter and continued chemical evolution. It is well known from many studies that all organic substances (carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, minerals) produce chemicals (methane, ammonia, volatile organic compounds, acetic acid, hydrogen sulfide) during hydrolysis and anaerobic degradation. In general, when all organic matter is decomposed, the final sludge is not decomposed and the cellulose is decomposed again in the soil. When the decomposition process of organic matter of green algae is completed, the final sludge becomes black cellulose. When cellulose, which was white due to the bleaching of green algae, was added to seawater, the green algae appeared green. When black cellulose is added to seawater, the photosynthetic activity causes the cellulose to appear from black to brown and green. Cellulose of green algae was white at pH 3.5 and slowly turned green by the change of pH: 3.5-5.0-6.0-7.0-7.6-8.5.The organic matter of green algae is created in the process of generating chemicals (methane, acetic acid, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide) during the decomposition of microorganisms. The organic matter of green algae finally turns black in the oxidation process of decomposition, and the chemical substance dimethyl sulfide (DMS) is produced. The final decomposition product of green algae organic sludge is cellulose. When cellulose is mixed with seawater, the cellulose slowly turns green through photosynthesis. Green algae are living organic matter, and cellulose of green algae is "chemically synthesized living cells".

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