Solar ‘superflares’ millions of times stronger than anything today may have sparked life on earth

Life on Earth may have been sparked by monumental superflares from a hyperactive younger solar, a brand new research suggests. 

By firing charged particles discovered within the photo voltaic wind at a concoction of gases current in Earth’s early environment, scientists discovered that the mixed substances  kind important portions of amino acids and carboxylic acids — the constructing blocks for proteins and all natural life.