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  1. Absolutely impossible. Because, first of all, the cells of terrestrial organisms, for example, do not experience star formation and thermonuclear reactions, do they? Secondly, the cell must perform certain functions, and our universe is chaotic, and does nothing as a single organism. Third, the space of our Universe is expanding at a tremendous rate over a huge period of time, and over the past 13.7 billion years, the universe has expanded trillions of trillions of times, turning from a microscopic point into something that surrounds us, and this is obviously impossible for a living being.

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