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  1. Hypothetically humans could create an environment that's suitable for this to occur. Has life ever been made from this "soup" in the lab? The building blocks of life have been made. https://www.space.com/29057-life-building-blocks-created-nasa-lab.html http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/evolution/origins-life.html
  2. I don't know if there is an exact thing called Kekule's law, but there is a thing called Kekule's Structure. Sometimes homework questions have bad phrasing. I've gotten questions which have asked for "Laws" but really meant something else. Maybe this is the case for this hw problem?
  3. There is lots of room for revolution. If we are able to explore space there is a lot to learn. Humans mostly have stuck around Earth's vicinity and our knowledge has been limited by that.
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