The discovery of glycine in comets supports the idea that the fundamental building blocks of life are prevalent in space, and is a strong argument that life in the Universe may be common rather than rare.
See also: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2016/05/rna-world-inches-closer-explaining-origins-life
That’s not all. Further lab results presented today in Science show that the reactive amine on the aminopyrimidine readily bonds with either formic acid or formamide. Last year, the Rosetta space probe detected both of those chemicals on a comet, so scientists think they also probably rained down on early Earth. Once the bonds have formed, products of those reactions then eagerly react with sugars to create large quantities of purines. “It’s like a domino cascade,” Carell says.
Conclusion: Life on earth was created inside the seas by a boiling process fired up by crashed Comets and internal micro interference black holes with decreasing entropy effect.
see also: https://youtu.be/K2IwSgbBymY