Life on Earth likely began with the bubble-like membranes that surround our cells. Similar membranes probably wouldn't form on Titan, according to quantum mechanics.
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The report stated, "Here's what that means: Put a ball at the top of a hill, and it's likely to end up at the bottom, a position of lower energy. Similarly, chemicals tend to arrange themseIves in the simplest, lowest-energy pattern. The researchers wanted to know whether the azotosomes would be the simplest, most efficient arrangement for those nitrogen-bearing molecules."
Looks like astrobiology doctrine for life on Titan could have a problem with the 2nd Law/entropy, so no life on Titan. In 1943, Scientific American published that Mars likely had vegetation growing on it. At the moment, the law of abiogenesis seems to work here on Earth but the fossil record clearly shows the law of biogenesis at work.