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Xander
The panda is the evolutionary equivalent of living off benefits.
Sun 15th Feb '09 8:26PM
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Interesting article I found on the BBC.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7891132.stm

I'm curious to know why they think most planets would be in the bacteria stage of life. Are we an older bit of the universe?
 

Spanners*
Misses his big brother :(
Mon 16th Feb '09 8:25AM
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Far as I know it's just that this planet was in a bacterial stage for about 90% of its life so far so, on average, way more Earth-like planets out there will be at that stage.
    

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