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Mars versus Venus.... Which has got more chance of life?
My personal opinion, I think it's equally likely that both may have had life on some basic level.
 
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I always think that there was no life on Mars or any other planets in the Solar System. What are the real facts that prove there could be life on them even in the past? The weird 50 years of research and nothing else. They always find different arguments about life on the and then they find arguments against life there.
 
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I always think that there was no life on Mars or any other planets in the Solar System. What are the real facts that prove there could be life on them even in the past? The weird 50 years of research and nothing else. They always find different arguments about life on the and then they find arguments against life there.
So you think Earth is the only place life can or could exist?
 
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What are the real facts that prove there could be life on them even in the past?
Phosphine is pretty damn convincing. And that's a recent "real fact."
 
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Phosphine is pretty damn convincing. And that's a recent "real fact."
Have to agree here. Phosphine is a very strong bio indicator. There are no known naturally occurring non-biological processes that can produce that compound. That's not to say it isn't possible, it's just unknown and the only known process is biological.
 
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