Today, the most supported theory of life’s origins hypothesizes that all life came from deep under our ocean’s waves. However, the story runs even deeper.
Author: Sarah Yoon
Sarah Yoon is a third-year Political Science, Cognitive Science double major at UCLA. She is the co-Managing Editor at the Journal on World Affairs and Publicity Director for UCLA's Pre Law Society. Sarah's primary non-academic interests are music-related with her 12-year experience in piano and cello.
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