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The Daily Galaxy promotes a paper with demonstratively erroneous conclusions about the age of the universe, and very sketchy origins.
Can we recreate life on Earth after a mass extinction? And if we could, do we really want to?
No, we haven't found life 25,000 light years away, just one sugar molecule that could be used by living things.
Humans are reaching the limits of biological evolution according to the opinion of pop sci enthusiasts playing with some bizarre technobabble and numerology.