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Blogger William Orem wrote on Aug. 18, 2008 @ 18:03 GMT


Fascinating late-summer reading for FQXi-fans can be found here, in a Time magazine article from December . . . 1967. The article outlines the various precautions that our boys in the Apollo space program would be taking against inadvertently bringing moonlings back to Earth – that is, against accidentally transporting indigenous lunar bacteria home.

Most folks I talk to are...

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atomiton1 wrote on Feb. 10, 2009 @ 03:49 GMT
Life might very well be on the moon. In order for there to be life on the moon, there would have to be Oxygen, Hydrogen, and carbon. Life although would last only a few hours. It would be highly radioactive, and very basic. So Im guessing that the very worst that could possibly happen would be a strong and contageos cancer. Have a question. email at atomiton1@yahoo.com

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