Series Vol. 11 , 17 November 2023
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The appearance and generation of O2 has long been discussed by the scientists. It is a fundamental topic as it can not only help us get to know the origin of lives, but can also give us the inspirations of discovering the possibilities of lives on other planets as O2 is vital to most creatures. And the GOE is the most important discovery in the O2-producing period.The appearance of the GOE was marvelous and is a great turning point in the earth’s developing history. Of course, the GOE cannot be simply explained as a coincidence, it is an inevitable development in the earth’s developing history. In this paper, we are going to focus on the mighty causes including photosynthesis in the early stage of earth and O2 storage. Also we are hunting the influences of the GOE and a relating experiment in search of the probabilities of mighty lives in the outer space.
Photosynthesis, Glaciations, Pyrites, M-Dwarf.
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The datasets used and/or analyzed during the current study will be available from the authors upon reasonable request.