Part 1: Evolution of Life

The most important and overlooked need for survival is sunlight. It was the sun millions of years ago that initially provided the energy and spark to evolve plant-bacteria, known as blue-green algae or spirulina [cyanobacteria]. The illustrations below show the slow evolutionary processes that evolved homo sapiens:

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This form of hybrid algae organism used sunshine to make its own food and be able to survive. Eventually, spirulina gave rise to fish with lungs and plants using sunlight as energy to stimulate the process of photosynthesis to form plant food. Plants, in turn, provided the food for animals and ancient man. Without essential sunshine, there would be no plants, no food and species survival.