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Offline paradigm

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Is there a phylogenetic tree of all biological organisms from their original creation up until the present? Such a tree would cover the age of the Dinosaurs.

There is a phylogenetic tree posted on the internet which extends the 3 domains tree of Carl Woese, into 7 domains which covers the age of the Dinosarus.

It indicates that everything evolved from two types of mini-virus, which could be called the Last  Universal Common Ancestors (LUCA's).

Can this be right?

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