Clements, Robert (Robert.Clements@dva.gov.au)
Tue, 6 Jul 1999 12:19:10 +1000
They don't. The new article is (self-admittedly) playful speculation based
on the current theories of life; the former was a (again self-admittedly)
cautionary piece based on more traditional views. I suspect that the correct
answer lies somewhere between the two extremes: large - even complex - life
is probably quite possible beneath the surface of worlds like Europa &
Charon; but whether it's likely is more open to debate....
All the best,
Robert Clements <Robert.Clements@dva.gov.au>
> From: Larry Klaes[SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, July 03, 1999 2:26 AM
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> Subject: SETI [ASTRO] So? Which is it? Or are science reporters being
> silly again?
> >How does the following item...
> >...reconcile with the claim made a couple weeks ago, in this article...
> >...that there can be no life on Europa?
> >Huh? ...Well?
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