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Pearl Necklace said...

A similar conclusion can be obtained by consideration of the affinity and
stability of chemical compounds. Beginning with the complex nitrogenous compounds
of which formed the living creatures and which, in the history of the Earth essence
later and however, the most heterogeneous, we see that both the affinity,
the stability of them are extremely small. The particles do not enter into chemical
the connection with particles of other substances to form a more
complex compounds and their constituent parts when normal conditions are often not
can stick together. Beneath the composition there is a great number
oxygen-hydrogen-carbon compounds, a large number of which
show a positive commitment to and connection with ordinary
the temperature steadily. Passing to the inorganic group, we find the salts
and other compounds of greater affinity between the constituent parts and
compound, which in most cases is not easily decomposable. And then, reaching
to oxides, acids, and other double compounds, we find that in many
cases, the elements of which they consist, being close to each other,
under favorable conditions connected with high energy and that many of them
compounds do not decompose through one heat. So, if, returning
back from the latest and most complex substances to the most ancient and simplest
substances that we see in General a great increase in affinity and stability,
this means that if the same law applies to the very simple
substances which are known to us, it can be assumed that the constituent parts
these substances, if they are complex and connected as a result of much more
affinity than what we know, and that the degree of sustainability of their far
beyond sustainability, which introduces us chemistry. As a result
it is possible to assume the existence of a class of substances
indecomposable and therefore seem simple. The conclusion is that these substances
formed in the early periods of cooling of the Earth with such heat and
such pressure, the degree of which we currently can't do anything
to compare it to.