A new study shows that life could appear and form hydrothermal vents in the deep sea oceans. This view is somewhat different from the usual theory of evolution developed by Charles Darwin (Charles Darwin), but can help to find the first signs of life on other planets.
Legendary British biologist believed that life could form in the warm shallow water with the correct chemical composition. Most of the studies conducted in recent years were based on this theory, but a new study conducted by experts from University College London, offers a different view.
A new study proves that life could have arisen in deep-sea hydrothermal vents. Experts have found that the heat, alkalinity and salt that are present in hydrothermal vents actively contributed to the growth of the cells.
Such hydrothermal vents are present on other planets, and experts believe that the study of these structures in other worlds can help people to locate the possible alien life.