Life on Stars


Nature reports that a long-chain organic moleclue has been found “near a dying star and in a cloud of cold gas.”

This is the fourth and largest organic substance found -or inferred – in between the stars in our galaxy.

Together this indicates that amino acids could form somewhere other than on planets.

Panspermia anybody?

I think I said earlier that it’s never entirely wise to laugh at the old gentlemen.

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One response to “Life on Stars

  1. Nature reports that a long-chain organic moleclue has been found “near a dying star and in a cloud of cold gas.”No, it’s an orgasmic molecule, solidified cosmic sexual debris that has become organic. I really do wish they would start getting that right.I have some very pretty pictures of space sex on my computer. Only they call them novas and things like that.

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