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  1. #1 Eobacterium Isolatum & Archaeospheroides Barbertonensis 
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    These two organisms are the oldest known signs of life (3.2 billion years).

    Currently I am reading "Shattering the Myths of Darwinism" by Richard Milton, and after stating the above, he states a timeframe of 600 million years for the first "microorganisms" to appear.

    Debating aside, aren't Eobacterium and Archaeospheroides microorganisms?


    If not, what are they?


    I am a bit foggy on the history, but am trying to write an Environmental Biology paper covering the topic of the book.

    Thank you!

    Henry Perkins

    Edit: I'd like to retract my statement by adding Isosphaera (dated back 3.8 billion years) to the list of first known signs of life.


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    Nevermind, I've found my answer.

    Although, I think I'm treading into uncharted waters (as far as my knowledge is concerned.) This should be great!


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