SETI bioastro: Astrobiology topics on the Laura Lee radio show

From: Larry Klaes (lklaes@bbn.com)
Date: Mon May 01 2000 - 14:08:49 PDT


PLEASE NOTE: Audio streaming of the show is now exclusive to the
Laura Lee Show website. Launch at http://www.lauralee.com and ALSO
the audio archives have a new URL:

http://www.lauralee.com/archives/index.htm
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UPCOMING TOPIC/GUEST LINE-UP
DAILY ONLINE SHOW: 7-8pm PST/10-11pm EST

Lineup for the Week of: May 1 - 5, 2000

Audio and Chatroom launch at http://www.lauralee.com

Tuesday May 2 (LIVE)

Burt Webb: Higher Life Forms Elsewhere: Rare or Common?
Astrobiology is an emerging new scientific field busy arguing what
the chances that complex life forms have of developing on other
worlds, among other key questions. It's likely that simple bacterial
life exists on Mars and many other worlds. What conditions need be
present to support the development of higher life?

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Preview of the Weeks Ahead: (Tell your Friends! Notify your on-line
communities when you see topics here they will find of interest.)

Thursday, May 11

Chandra Wickramasinghe: Life Will Find a Way

More on the mechanics and implications of Panspermia, the idea that
life originated out there and is seeded throughout the universe.
Chandra discusses how panspermia answers the limitations to and
supports aspects of Darwinian natural selection, and why the Big Bang
is not the only solution to the observations said to support it. We
also talk about why this idea is so important today on many levels.
Renowned astronomers Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe are
panspermia's leading proponents.

http://www.lauralee.com/chandra.htm



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