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February 09, 2016
Artistic space odyssey to broadcast people's messages to the stars
Edinburgh, UK (SPX) Feb 09, 2016
Messages from around the world are to be beamed into space at the speed of light as part of a cultural project to create a celestial time capsule. In autumn 2016, dispatches from the public will be converted into radio waves and broadcasted towards the North Star, Polaris, this autumn, reaching their destination in 434 years. The interstellar message in a bottle will comprise of people's responses to a single question: how will our present environmental interactions shape the future? A Simpl ... read more

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The aliens are silent because they're dead
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Nearing the limits of life on Earth
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The habitability of other worlds
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Nitrogen May Be A Sign of Habitability
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Globular clusters could host interstellar civilizations
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Serpentinization: Nutrients of biological organisms in hydrothermal fields
The discovery of hydrothermal fields at ocean floor opens a new chapter for marine sciences. Fluids in hydrothermal fields are hot and acidic, where at least 400 different biological organisms have ... more
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Is evolution more intelligent than we thought
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No extraterrestrial laser pulses detected from KIC 8462852
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Looking back 3.8 billion years into the root of the 'Tree of Life'
NASA-funded researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology are tapping information found in the cells of all life on Earth, and using it to trace life's evolution. They have learned that life is ... more
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Many Worlds, Subterranean Edition
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Radiation blasts leave most Earth-like planet uninhabitable, new research suggests
The most Earth-like planet could have been made uninhabitable by vast quantities of radiation, new research led by the University of Warwick research has found. The atmosphere of the planet, K ... more
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    Looking For Deliberate Radio Signals From KIC 8462852
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    Life on Earth likely started 4.1 billion years ago
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