Why do scientists think eurpoa may have life forms?
On Europa, one of the moons around Jupiter, water has been found!
However chances are small that there may be life, since much of that water is in an icy frozen state.
How does urey's and miller's experiment support the theory that scientists think that the first life forms probably arose from nonliving materials?
Scientists don't "think" that the first life forms arose from non-living materials. However, they do accept abiogenesis as the only testable theory on the origins of life, as we know it. The Miller-Urey experiment set out to prove that the chemical components of life can arise from natural processes. While it does not prove life can come from non-living matter, it does show that its' components can arise naturally.
we do not know if there was life on mars most scientists think the life is called bactieria some scientists think it is like a human life but what bothers me is that not all life is humands the whold world does just not orbit itself for us there is plants which is life animals which is life there is so much life on this planet
If you consider the concept of life as human beings understand it, water is absolutely necessary for life forms to exist. Life forms on our planet consist primarily of H20. Therefore, scientists will look for places that have abundant water as possible places for life to exist elsewhere. However, there are creatures that live at the bottoms of the oceans that require some type of sulfur in their environment. I'm not sure which type they…
Some scientists think that a gigantic asteroid may have hit the Earth where the Gulf of Mexico now is, leading to the extintion of the dinosaurs and many other forms of life because of the global cooling created by the dirt and dust thrown into the atmosphere. Other scientists do not agree with this hypothesis and believe the Gulf of Mexico was formed by the drifting apart of the Caribbean and North American tectonic plates.
There is no uniform thinking that all scientists agree on. There are many scientists that believe that no intelligence was needed to form the world, and that a multitude of improbable occurrences were made possible by an unlimited amount of time and that life and the world came into existence through evolution. There are also those that think this to be highly improbable and therefore, support a form of Deism or the theory that nature…