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Inferring the Big Bang in the far future and a nonrandom alphabet of amino acids

14 Apr 2011, 15:43 UTC
Inferring the Big Bang in the far future and a nonrandom alphabet of amino acids
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Welcome! "Alien Life" tracks the latest discoveries and thoughts in the various elements of the famous Drake Equation. Here's today's news:g Stars - Clever astronomers in 1 trillion C.E. could still infer the Big Bang and today's leading cosmological theory, known as "lambda-cold dark matter" or LCDM. They will have to use the most distant light source available to them - hypervelocity stars flung from the center of Milkomeda. See article.g Abodes - A new study shows that melting ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica are contributing more to rising sea levels than other sources, such as mountain glaciers and ice caps. Studying these sheets is important, because if they collapse they could dramatically change the level of the oceans globally. See article.g Life - An interesting research paper recently published in the Journal Astrobiology and asks, "Did Evolution Select a Nonrandom Alphabet of Amino Acids?" See article.g Aftermath - Given the plethora of New Age/UFOlogy Web sites about alien contact, it’s refreshing to find one that’s serious. Try the “extraterrestrial intelligence, implications following first contact” entry at astrobiologist David Darling’s site See “The Encyclopedia of Astrobiology, Astronomy, and Spaceflight”. It includes some links and a mini reference list.Read this ...

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