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Sun’s baby fat life beneath the ice

17 Feb 2012, 16:00 UTC
Sun’s baby fat life beneath the ice
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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 - To deal with the faint young Sun paradox, researchers are taking a fresh look at an old idea: that the Sun started out larger and more luminous than we thought. See article.g Abodes - A NASA mission has provided the first view of Earth's “atmospheric heartbeat” from space. See article.g Life - After more than 15 years of stop-and-go drilling, a team of Russian scientists and engineers have drilled through the ice of Lake Vostok. Scientists are eager to discover what sort of extreme life might lurk in the deep dark waters. See article.g Intelligence - Researchers have created a computer program that can score 150 on modern IQ tests. The average score for a human is 100. Most common math computer programs score below 100 on IQ tests with number sequences. See article.g Message - Whenever the director of SETI research presents a public lecture, she can almost guarantee that “What If everybody is listening and nobody is transmitting?” will be one of the questions the audience asks. See article.g Cosmicus - NASA's Curiosity rover carries ...

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