Yet another post in my "draft blog post cleanup" series. Here is #13 from July 2010.
I wanted to give this article a "Twisted Tree of Life Award":
How to find aliens: Follow the photosynthesis - Technology & science - Space - Space.com - msnbc.com
It is pretty painful to me. Basically the people they are quoting argue that since "complex" life on Earth requires oxygen and since oxygen only comes from photosynthesis, therefore we should look for planets where photosynthesis is possible as the place where life is most likely to be interesting. Uggh. So many things in the article I did not like ... but just not enough time I guess to bitch about it then. I will leave it to readers to decide for themselves I guess ...
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Draft post cleanup #13: Twisted tree of life award: MSNBC, Aliens and Photosynthesis
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