DailyDirt: Alien Lifeforms In Our Solar System

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So far, we only have one example of life -- the biosphere of Earth. Our planet probably isn't unique in the universe, but compared to the other large objects in our solar system, Earth looks special. However, there are a few other spots in our solar system that could support life. It would be so nice to find another living neighbor -- as long as they kept to themselves after we meet them. If you'd like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post via StumbleUpon.

Filed Under: antarctica, astrobiology, azotosome, biosphere, ecosystem, europa, extremophile, lake whillans, life, titan


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    vancedecker (profile), 19 Mar 2015 @ 1:49pm

    ZERO PROOF CIRCLE JERK SPECULATION

    The only known life in this Galaxy and Universe exists here on Earth.

    Coulda, Woulda, Crap Speculative Nonsense.

    There is no life on Europe, there is no life on Titan, there is no life on Mars.

    You people need to get this through your thick heads already.

    There is barely any life here on earth at the poles, so there isn't gonna be any life out in our Solar System.

    Life doesn't always find a way, if it did, then mountains would be covered in Trees, but they aren't, there is a tree line, and above that, there isn't any life, so there isn't life in radiation soaked outer space.

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