Seedling theory gains evidence?

“We are stars…”

Okay, sorry, couldn’t resist.  But if this turns out to be true, our chances of finding neighbors out there go way, WAY up.

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  1. pretty provocative questions come up, certainly

  2. Although you hear protest from the usual sources, I think panspermia makes a lot of sense.

  3. When you posit just how old said chemicals would need to be, it brings on a lot of awe. We WISH we were as long-lived as mayflies on a timeframe like that.

  4. Agreed, but zero-Kelvin has a way of making such a life pretty uninteresting.

  5. Yeah, but if they formed, then they weren’t in zero-K, eh?

  6. ::cue Carl Sagan voice::


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