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July 06 2016

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That´s actually a great comparison.
If someone has withdrawn consent, you are not having a boxing match any more, but beating him up.
And noone howls about "we had a nice boxing match, and afterwards he decided I beat him up" in this case.
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Relative Likelihood for Life as a Function of Cosmic Time
by Abraham Loeb, Rafael A. Batista, David Sloan
http://arxiv.org/abs/1606.08448 (27 Jun 2016)


Is life most likely to emerge at the present cosmic time near a star like the Sun? We address this question by calculating the relative formation probability per unit time of habitable Earth-like planets within a fixed comoving volume of the Universe, dP(t)/dt, starting from the first stars and continuing to the distant cosmic future. We conservatively restrict our attention to the context of "life as we know it" and the standard cosmological model, LCDM. We find that unless habitability around low mass stars is suppressed, life is most likely to exist near 0.1 solar-mass stars ten trillion years from now . Spectroscopic searches for biosignatures in the atmospheres of transiting Earth-mass planets around low mass stars will determine whether present-day life is indeed premature or typical from a cosmic perspective.
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Great Loop
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Sie können den Computer jetzt wegwerfen
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Wild Coast

Costa Quebrada, Cantabria, Spain

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Boiling coffee with a moka. A movie made with neutron images that shows the coffe making process. The movie was made by A. Kaestner, Neutron imaging and activation group, Paul Scherrer Institut, Switzerland. The cold neutron imaging beam line ICON was used. The movie is four times faster than in real time.
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Play fullscreen
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Play fullscreen
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