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Re: Life On Other Planets

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Posted by Tön/">Tön on December 21, 1998 12:56:56 UTC

We view everything only in the human context, limited. How do we define life, E.T. and non E.T.? Can we say that planets, stars, atoms, protons, neutrinos everything big and small can be viewed as a life form? What constituits life??

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