Thursday, December 2, 2010

Seriously. A New Form of Life.

And here it is. Instead of using phosphorus, it substitutes arsenic. Wow! Links are here at Huffington Post, and here at NASA.

This is a pretty big deal. So, read all about it.

Come on, click. See. Read. This is good stuff.

Update: maybe not. stay tuned to this bat channel for more information as it becomes available. Again, if this was an emergency, you'd have bee where to go and what to do...because clearly, the guy telling you is hoping you'll wait around, so they can get a head start. I'm just sayin'.

1 comment:

  1. Now as important as new life forms are, I think Honors chemistry has yet to formally thank Nate for his help on our first test. It was great to know someone had our back on the, as Raine quotes, "Hardest test that you'll probably ever take".
    Yet we're becoming worried about the test next week. Any advice or help?
    -Anastasia B.

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