The Missing Plan for Alien First Contact to Pro-and-Anti-UFO Factions in U.S. Government (Planet Earth Report)

 

What Makes the Human Brain Unique to How Quantum Physicists are Looking for Alien Life (Planet Earth Report)

 

Today’s stories include the Oldest known solar system discovered just 90 light-years from Earth to the BBC on Why there’s more to being smart than intelligence –the story of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman, and much more.

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The Fine Line Between Life and Not Life to Conversations with Taxi Drivers About Life in the Universe (The Galaxy Report Weekend)

ESO Observatories Chile

 

This weekend’s stories include Should We Really Be Messing with Asteroid Orbits? to  Our Search for Habitable Planets Just Got a Lot Narrower to Did the Brightest-Ever Space Explosion Reveal Hints of Dark Matter? and much more.

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Darwin’s Extraterrestrials

extraterrestrial life

 

“By now it has become a common futurist prediction and science fiction plot device that intelligent and sentient life forms can be created which are not biochemical in nature and are thus fundamentally different from all currently known life,” distinguished Princeton astrophysicist Edwin Turner wrote in an email to The Daily Galaxy.  “Whether or not this would actually be possible,” he explains, “depends on the nature and origin of consciousness, a topic about which we have little more than entertaining whistling-in-the-dark guesses at this point and no clear path toward obtaining any better understanding of this deep mystery.”

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New Theory of Gravity May Negate Dark Matter (The Galaxy Report)

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Today’s stories include How One Barren Exoplanet Could ‘Dramatically Narrow’ the Search for Alien Life to The Webb Spots Structures From The Early Universe Never Seen Before to New NASA UFO Team Hopes They’re Not an Adversary, and much more.

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Will the TRAPPIST-1 Star System Reveal How Frequently Life is Found Elsewhere?

 

Ultra Cool Dwarf Planets

 

We are on the cusp of a new epoch in the search for life beyond Earth. Sun-like stars represent just 15 percent of all stars in the Milky Way. And nearly half of those have binary star companions that suppressed the formation of planets. The search for Earth analogs around single, solar-type stars therefore covers a nearly insignificant fraction of all the outcomes in nature.

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Juno Delivers Stunning New Views of Great Red Spot to Physics of the Multiverse (The Galaxy Report)

ESO Observatories Chile

 

Today’s stories include NASA’s Webb Uncovers Dense Cosmic Knot in The Early Universe to JWST spots smallest galaxy outside our local universe to The Infinite Possibilities in a Tiny Smudge From Outer Space, and much more.

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