http://news.yahoo.com/video/science-157 … e-23310919
Believe or not, life can exist different from us. Munch on it.
Eating arsenic based life leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
On the serious side, don't we have enough problems with the carbon based life that we already have on earth.
Check this one :
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/co … 04183.html
Cute. I like the line after about alien life not being a big deal in California. bahahhahha!
The way things are going we will find phosphorus replaced by cannabis in some areas, particularly California.
by Jo_Goldsmith11 7 years ago
Watching the 6 pm ABC News this evening, I couldn't believe how the media just slipped in the information about the EPA breaking a pipe, and this arsenic contaminated water is going 100 miles from the source. I am concerned how the media is down playing the fact that the EPA has just damaged a...
by Sherry Hewins 10 years ago
If you do, how is it affecting your community?
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