Meet the Experts: Extreme life

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Microbial life is known to survive in all sorts of extreme environments by going into a dormant state. Could they have survived long trips around our galaxy to seed life on Earth? Astrobiologist Nicol Caplin talks extreme life in this episode of Meet The Experts.

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3 Comments

  1. If panspermia was right, it would be an astonishing revelation about our place in the cosmos… but it would also be a bit disappointing. It would cut off an entire realm of possibilities, and it would shrink the vastness of space to the size of one family; one single house.

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