extremophiles microbes life

Is life existed or created?

extremophiles microbes life Does life existed or created?

We find what we recognise as our type of life in virtually all the isolated and extreme conditions on this planet, especially microbes labelled as extremophiles.

Is that because life found there is existed or created depending on the extremes of its natural environment?

life osynthesis? thesis?

From the extreme water pressures, lack of sunlight of the deep, sea water fountains, to the supposedly isolated water lakes under the Atlantic ice cap. Those that use chemosynthesis, photosynthesis, osynthesis, thesis and what else?

The surprising extraction of genetically unique extremophiles from within the amazing megacrystals of Naica’s crystal caves is another intriguing puzzle for why, what, how is life?

extremophiles viruses humans chemicals crystalsScientists have extracted long-dormant microbes from inside the famous giant crystals of the Naica mountain caves in Mexico – and revived them. The organisms were likely to have been encased in the striking shafts of gypsum at least 10,000 years ago, and possibly up to 50,000 years ago. It is another demonstration of the ability of life to adapt and cope in the most hostile of environments.

“Other people have made longer-term claims for the antiquity of organisms that were still alive, but in this case these organisms are all very extraordinary – they are not very closely related to anything in the known genetic databases,” said Dr Penelope Boston.
Naica’s crystal caves hold long-dormant life | BBC

Is life adapted or created by its local environmental energy fields?

extremophiles life Naica's crystal cavesThe environment is hot (40-60C), humid and acidic. With no light at depth, any lifeform must chemosynthesise to survive. That is, it must derive the energy needed to sustain itself by processing rock minerals.

“Other groups have shown there are lots of viruses in these caves and what that says to me is that these are fully fledged microbial communities that have their viral load just like every other community does. So, that’s another aspect of this that argues against casual contamination,” she told reporters.
Naica’s crystal caves hold long-dormant life | BBC