Inorganic life forms discovered

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by spidergoat, Aug 18, 2007.

  1. spidergoat Liddle' Dick Tater Valued Senior Member

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  3. orcot Valued Senior Member

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    not a change like the article said it's abouth inorganic dust so no carbon, this is more in the line of silicone or ammonia "lifeforms".
    But never the less it looks nice
     
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  5. Cottontop3000 Death Beckoned Registered Senior Member

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    I wonder if some of this inorganic material could have entered earth's "atmosphere" before the "atmosphere" was as protective and harsh as it is today? Say, a few billion years ago. Then what? Combined with carbon, mixed itself up into the primordial soup in a way that taught organic compounds how to reproduce, evolve, etc. Then the organic part of it took over and continued to evolve farther than the inorganic material ever could have on its own. Interesting discovery.
     
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  7. shalayka Cows are special too. Registered Senior Member

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    "However, Tsytovich and his colleagues demonstrated, using a computer model of molecular dynamics, that particles in a plasma can undergo self-organization"
     

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