miss: 78 and 426 miss: 285 and 74 miss: 117 and 162 miss: 499 and 435 miss: 418 and 157 miss: 189 and 152 miss: 272 and 146 miss: 219 and 413 miss: 496 and 37 miss: 31 and 3 miss: 221 and 376 miss: 12 and 213 miss: 32 and 349 miss: 274 and 170 miss: 460 and 254 miss: 3 and 38 miss: 179 and 289 miss: 112 and 297 miss: 451 and 110 miss: 231 and 369 miss: 268 and 420 miss: 21 and 40 miss: 66 and 240 miss: 454 and 61 miss: 278 and 485 miss: 64 and 500 miss: 360 and 77 miss: 213 and 393 miss: 427 and 487 miss: 63 and 386 miss: 241 and 66 miss: 424 and 420 miss: 355 and 36 miss: 216 and 306 miss: 147 and 448 miss: 175 and 415 miss: 368 and 196 miss: 455 and 434 miss: 436 and 408 miss: 495 and 214 miss: 393 and 59 miss: 214 and 252 miss: 136 and 427 miss: 145 and 63 miss: 413 and 208 miss: 450 and 153 miss: 275 and 373 miss: 73 and 129 miss: 410 and 290 miss: 436 and 56 miss: 237 and 110 miss: 472 and 105 miss: 306 and 427 miss: 38 and 242 miss: 335 and 32 miss: 456 and 227 miss: 92 and 170 miss: 480 and 229 miss: 96 and 125 miss: 292 and 9 miss: 333 and 241 miss: 162 and 107 miss: 114 and 236 miss: 237 and 23 miss: 26 and 173 miss: 80 and 264 miss: 283 and 52 miss: 369 and 88 miss: 479 and 407 miss: 331 and 314 miss: 440 and 287 miss: 41 and 32 miss: 457 and 20 miss: 261 and 52 miss: 145 and 52 miss: 61 and 479 miss: 293 and 224 miss: 86 and 407 miss: 461 and 323 miss: 431 and 487 miss: 496 and 11 miss: 250 and 279 miss: 63 and 118 miss: 368 and 42 miss: 25 and 198 miss: 357 and 466 miss: 485 and 398 miss: 498 and 442 miss: 418 and 258 miss: 494 and 63 miss: 310 and 55 miss: 41 and 103 miss: 279 and 128 miss: 10 and 239 miss: 452 and 441 miss: 225 and 448 miss: 453 and 476 miss: 226 and 15  Two random numbers generated between 0500 until they match. Such is the explanation of the origin of life. Among the chemical combinations formed in the course of geological evolution under the influence of cosmic forces, some had the properties required for sustaining life. It was in this way that the simplest biological units started their existence. Life, which evolved into ever more complex structures, was nature's substitute for directly bred computers. Yet it was more than a substitute: it was a road—a winding road, yet one which despite all errors and hazards, crises and catastrophes, arrived at last at its destination. —Olof Johannesson, The End of Man? (1966) match: 93 (after 99 iterations)
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