January 2018 Blog Posts (2)

Eventuality of life if habitable conditions are met.

My belief in the formation of life, with current observations taken into account, is that it is an eventuality when the habitable conditions are met. Given time and minimal resources, it is my understanding that the organized formation of life is something that will occur in any situation.

Taking Earth as the only planet with life known to exist, its early history is riddled with chaos and conditions that would never produce life as we know it. In my view the early Earth would…

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Added by Jason Choi on January 19, 2018 at 2:40pm — No Comments

Why Limit Our Definitions?

Astrobiologists, amongst other biological scientists, have not yet settled on a standard definition for what they consider to be life; this is because there are so many loopholes and exceptions to each new definition-theory that we come up with. To a FAR lesser degree it is almost like trying to come up with a standard definition of a hamburger. Is it two separate bread buns with a beef patty in the center? What about protein style at In-N-Out where the buns are replaced by a lettuce wrap?…

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Added by Derek Velzy on January 18, 2018 at 5:59pm — No Comments

Redesign Underway!

You may be seeing some visual changes to SAGANet in the coming days, on our way to a newly designed site.

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