Good point. Great question. We just look for the most “likely” places life might develop. Interestingly, though, there are lifeforms like the ones you describe here on Planet Earth! You can find these lifeforms in Chile, specifically the Atacama desert. This place is burning hot and has had no significant rainfall in at least 250 years. According to express.co.uk “While... Continue Reading →
You have two questions. Do I believe there is life beyond Earth. Yes. Do I think we will encounter it within “this” lifetime. Who are you talking about, me or you? I’m 64 years old. Not within my lifetime, anyway. Maybe within yours, but I doubt it. It is more likely a few hundred years... Continue Reading →
That sir, is not something anyone can answer at this point. It’s the stuff of future exploration with our probes.
I just read this on CNN's website: "Given its complex chemistry, it's safe to say that Titan isn't hospitable to humans. But it is attractive to researchers. " Apparently researchers aren't human. Titan is a moon of Saturn and the only moon in our solar system with a thick atmosphere, denser than Earth's atmosphere. It... Continue Reading →
Okay. I admit it. I confess. This is a weird blog. It's my blog and I post whatever I want on it and I get, for some reason, a whole lot of traffic. I post about weird stuff. Space. Occasionally politics. Life and death stuff. Philosophy. Linux. Weird stuff. At all times of the day.... Continue Reading →