Only insofar as the periodic table was created by humans as a representation of the elementary blocks of the physical world, and humans are of course life.
Duh. I am talking about the ELEMENTS themselves, not the identifying/naming of them and charting them Jan. What the heck kind of response is this? You said it yourself. THE ELEMENTARY BULIDING BLOCKS. The building blocks ARE COMPLEX.
Oh yeah baby...these complex BUILDING BLOCKS, they just made themselves now didn't they? POOF! there it is. POOF! there it is.
You are simply wrong in saying that all life form only live off organic material. Restating nonsense does not make it less so.
You know Jan, HERE's A LOVELY FACT FOR YOUR FAT EGO: EVERYTHING eats SOMETHING. What's eating you?
Your statement above is as good as the best WT writers in Brooklyn. Claiming something to be wrong with NO FACTS to back it up. It's wrong well, er...well just because you say so HUH? Yeah OK. I better go hide, Jan has spoken.
New sources of nutrition provides new evolutionary niches for life to exploit.
In Jan's make believe world maybe. There is NOTHING new under the sun friend. Evolutionary riches for life to exploit? What the HELL is that?
In a world full of life, naturally species will find ways to use all these rich sources of nutrition.
Ahh, is it me? Or is this pure BS?
The earliest life forms did not have this luxury, so they lived off the basic materials than they first originated in, and non-organic food.
Go back to the laboratory Simon. You're off in the world of the unfactual right now.
This is just ignorant nonsense.
Really? I have yet to see you submit ONE SCIENTIFIC fact. All your doing is spouting self made OPINIONS supported by Jan's keyboard and mouse.
First, bacteria was not the earliest life.
Now I know you're an imbecile.
OK BOZO the clown, a FACT FOR YOU: From MS ENCARTA encyclopedia:
"Bacteria inhabited Earth long before human beings or other living things appeared. The earliest bacteria that scientists have discovered, in fossil remains in rocks, probably lived about 3.5 billion years ago.
OK Jan the astute scientist, did you get THAT FACT SPORT?? Good. Now. If you wanna play debate pomegranate, do yourself a favor. KNOW WHAT THE F*$K you're talking about OK?
Second, the bacteria's role in decay does not make it an enemy of evolution. Quite the opposite. You seem to assume some teleological evolution, which is not what scientists do.
See the the above. You are talking out your anus.