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If hydrogen atoms can evolve to become highly complex atom and then become amino acid and start life in earth ,
What are the main reasons that energy particles like photon could not evolve at all in so many billions year ?

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What do you mean evolve? The combination of hydrogen with other heavier elements via chemical bond, to create, say water, amonia, methane etc can't be described as evolution surely. Perhaps I'm wrong. The formation of simple amino acids like glycine and alanine, is reasonably straightforward. I don't see the comparison with photons though. They have no rest mass or charge. Are you asking why light-speed photons can't form complex structures or entities? Are you trying to compare photons with say, electrons? Apples and bananas.

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