Friday, November 13, 2009

Testing ground for the future human exploration of other worlds and decoding ETI’s messages

Welcome! "Alien Life" tracks the latest discoveries and thoughts in the various elements of the famous Drake Equation. Here's today's news:
g Life - We know there's life in the universe. We see it all around us here on Earth. But is there life anywhere else? By studying the extremes that life can take here on Earth, scientists are learning just how hardy and adaptable life can really be. And if you consider other ways that life might function, the options open up considerably. See article.
g Message - How will we decode any message from ET? For some speculation and a discussion of the inherent difficulties, see article and Part II. Note: This article is from 2001.
g Cosmicus - Scientists from NASA and the Canadian Space Agency have been using Pavilion Lake as a testing ground for the future human exploration of other worlds. See article.
g Aftermath - The Pontifical Academy of Science has concluded a five-day study week devoted to the emerging field of astrobiology, the scientific study of extraterrestrial life. See article.

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