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The temperature evolution of the Universe as a function of time in the early stage of the Universe after the Big Bang. The first BCS like phase transition occurring 10−12 yr after the Big Bang was the origin of nuclear matter as we know today. In this work we propose that by decreasing temperature around the boiling point of water, it is possible that a second BCS like phase transition occurred that was the cause of the origin of living matter as we know today.

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