Isn’t it somehow strange how it behaves with elements and the life if one puts these in correlation? Materials are to say lifeless, the life is in return penetrated by electricity, whereby we can perceive the life as alive. But without elements, from which the materials have originated, life could not exist. So, in order for evolution to come into being, something must have happened at some time, whereby it became possible for various elements to join together to form something, which we can understand as life in the simplest form known to us. Maybe a life form which is comparable to bacteria. Unfortunately, science is not able to explain these processes exactly, and there are still only assumptions in the room. It remains certainly exciting, because through the past can be possibly brought into experience which ways are open to mankind in the future.
Life sails from the past through the present into the future,
but where does the wind come from?
If the solar system is an oasis of life in the desert,
what do you encounter when you leave the desert?
How much time does a universe contain,
if you add up the time of every living being?
What’s outside the universe?
We’re all made of stardust,
and drink star water.
If life knows neither past nor future,
how could reality have been created?