Some logical questions about the chemistry of life:
Say a particular planet has an extremely dense atmosphere that is an atmosphere rich in or with a high concentration of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen atoms, molecules and ions and then say a comet, asteroid or meteorite were to enter the particular atmosphere. Upon entering this atmosphere the comet, asteroid or meteorite would immediately start to release a large amount of different forms of energy, which would cause the high concentration of atoms, molecules and ions in, on and around the meteorite to start receiving some of or most of that energy, this would then cause the atoms, molecules and ions in, on and around the meteorite to start to collide at high speeds. The high energy colliding atoms, molecules and ions would then start to for bonds between each other, thus creating millions or even billions of inorganic molecules and compounds at the microscopic level in, on and around the descending meteorite.
So isnít it logical, that if the energy filled meteorite continues to provide the atoms, molecules, ions, inorganic molecules and compounds with energy that they would continue to collide even more frequently creating even more complex bonds between each other, thus creating millions more of new substances and compounds?
So isnít it also possible that some of the millions of new and more complex substances and compounds could be simple organic substances and compounds? And if these simple organic substances and compounds were to start to receive energy the descending meteorite, isnít it possible that they could start to collide with each other and the other substances combining to create more complex organic substances and compounds? And if the complex organic substances and compounds were to start receiving energy isnít it possible that they would start to collide creating bonds causing them to start to combine with each other and working together to start to create simple cell organelles (such as membranes, cytoplasm mixtures, etc)?
So isnít it possible that the simple cell organelles along with the organic and inorganic substances and compounds and along with energy from the descending meteorite could start to join together in an organized and orderly way at the microscopic level to create simple microscopic organisms. And if these newly formed simple microscopic organisms along with the meteorite or its pieces were to fall in large body of water (ocean) isnít it possible that some of the organisms could survive and become the first organisms to live on that particular planet.