archiv~1.txt: SETI (eS) - Big Bang & Martian nanobacteria ...
SETI (eS) - Big Bang & Martian nanobacteria ...
Larry Klaes ( email@example.com )
Wed, 24 Mar 1999 09:49:21 -0500
>Date: 24 Mar 1999 10:04:34 -0000
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>Subject: (eS) - Big Bang & Martian nanobacteria ...
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>Here's some stuff that's bound to topple (or at least rearrange) a few
>pillars of science:
>The Big Bang theory is being challenged by some Australian researchers.
>In a nutshell, they've found that there are simply too many stars existing
>outside galaxies (ie. in the void of space between galaxies) than ought to
>be predicted by Big Bang theory. So something somewhere will need
>Also, there's a lot of noise going around lately about nanobacteria.
>Basically, these are a whole new class of life form that are significantly
>smaller than conventional bacteria. They're being found in many places on
>Earth, and perhaps Mars. The researchers behind the famous ALH 84001
>Martian bacteria are expected to announce they've found similar
>nanobacteria fossils in one or two other Martian meteorites. Read about
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