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Alien life on Venus?

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There is a big possibility that we are not the only living species exist in the universe
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how is the dark streaks signs of life?
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The atmospheric pressure and temperature on Venus would prevent any organic molecules from forming bonds. Imagining any old bullshit is fine but reality has physical laws. It's fundamentally physically impossible for any organisms to grow in those conditions in just the same way it's impossible for a star to form without sufficient mass. If the bonds between molecules are unable to form because of extreme conditions then you don't get any evolution of any organisms - even plants. Just as you can't stand on the surface of the sun however much you pretend you can. The formation of organisms necessarily requires extremely specific kinds of environment, whatever those organisms may be like. Just a fact of reality. Environments may differ obviously, but not to extremes. Life grows out of extreme balance in environment, because life is a form of balance - an expression of fine balance of environment which allows not only the basic physical makeup to occur but also to be nourished sufficiently. People are getting too lost in science fiction nonsense and forgetting to actually study reality to learn.
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Why can't we talk about exploration without raising the Alien Life fantasy? I know it gets people to click on articles, but it's nonsensical. And, we have a whole generation believing that"life is common" in the universe without a shred of evidence to that effect. We should be realistic, but that doesn't mean that there is not wonder out there.
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How stupid is this?!? O.K., the nonsense stops here. Don't be horse's asses and stop insulting my intelligence. Jesus, you're so NOT representative of those of us interested in all things space....
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There is no alien life on Venus and never has been. There is no life in the universe but this planet. The idea makes for good conversation and money making ways through television, radio and books none of the articles can be proven..Remember a fact is a thing that can be proven otherwise it is an opinion.
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We need a lot more exploration of Venus. I do hope Venera D program does go ahead. Of course, Venus is extremely difficult to land because of intense heat and pressure, and corrosive H2SO4 clouds, but the Russians have made some impressive advances and have managed to land probes there. There is so much more to learn from Venus.
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Does Venus have a strong magnetic field that would protect it from cosmic rays, as Earth does? If not, I have to think that the chances of life would be a lot slimmer.
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We don't even know yet what venus holds in store and we are looking for alien life in places millions of light years away. What is wrong with us?
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If, there was intelligent life in our solar system why would they want anything to do with the humans on earth? Other than a potential food source or lab specimens.
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Much bigger problems in the world and we still care about Aliens, when we have made contact or actually see them, let's talk about them then
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I think this is interesting as far as able to get a closer look at the surface and weather of Venus, but I'd rather concentrate efforts on Mars in preparation for a manned landing.
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LOL and im certain we'll find all the damned souls. Star Trek calls these demon class planets for a reason.
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It's possible. The planet has an atmosphere and a great deal of energy. Life in some form could exist there (probably bacterial or non-biological life). Worth studying.
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Too hot for life. Quit wasting time on this crap. Permanent station on moon followed years later with manned Mars mission is the right path for NASA
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What if we're here only because a few of our ancestors fled venus, and wexre about to do the same thing to mars?
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ALIEN life may be living in the clouds of Venus, according to scientists who are urging Nasa to explore the possibility. ... However, a group of scientists strongly suspect that microbial life may be residing in the clouds above the planet.
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On the off chance that all goes as arranged, an unmanned ethereal vehicle might one be able to day be cruising the thick, sulfuric corrosive billows of Venus to help figure out if dull streaks that seem to retain bright radiation could be confirmation of microbial life.
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Notwithstanding, a gathering of researchers emphatically presume that microbial life might dwell in the mists over the planet.
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