Scientist: Earth life is caused by a collision when the moon is formed
Scientists point out that the elements necessary for life on Earth may have been produced after a collision that occurred when the moon was formed 4.4 billion years ago.
According to Science Daily and Life Science news, astronomers from Rice University in the United States have conducted more than 1 billion simulation studies of the clash of stars that are larger than Mars 4.4 billion years ago.
The result of the study is that the most reasonable case is that the Earth has collided with a Mars-sized planet and has proven the sulfur content of 25% to 30% in its core.
It is reported that the earth is likely to have carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, sulfur and other elements necessary for life in this collision.
Scientists also believe that outside of Earth during this period these elements are almost pathetic or even poor.
Study details are published in Science Advances.