Strange chemical in clouds of Venus defies explanation. Could it be a sign of life?

Oct 23, 2019
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Come on! I've been saying there is LIFE in certain temperate cloud layers on Venus .. for years.
Send a 'return probe' mission and find out! It's the only way.
 
Sep 14, 2020
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in my opinion they might be left over gasses from before its greenhouse crashed.
It's very likely that venus was habitable for 2 billion years.
 
Dec 30, 2019
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Oldest questions of humans were not about “are we alone” or “is there life on other planets“.
The Greek questioned everything but some themes were: “Who are we? How can we be happy? Does the universe have a purpose?“
Makes sound “are we alone” a bit childisch.
 
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Jul 10, 2020
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Much todo about nothing. They haven't even investigated phosphine in lab, and they are WAY jumping the gun with all the headlines. They don't even know how phosphine is related to life, and it is (from another story I read earlier) produced in the gas giants as well. Can't believe they actually published this.
 

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