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Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
ALADIN
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RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
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Traces of phosphine gas detected in the clouds above Venus could be an indication that the planet supports microbial life, a study has concluded.

On Earth, phosphine — a colourless gas that smells like garlic, or decaying fish — is naturally produced mainly by certain microorganisms in the absence of oxygen.

It can also be released in small amounts from the breakdown of organic matter, or industrially synthesised in chemical plants.

Experts from the UK, however, found signs of phosphine in Venus' atmosphere — suggesting the planet must support unknown chemical processes, or even life.

The second-closest planet to the Sun, Venus is inhospitable — with a surface temperature around 867°F (464°C) and pressure 92 times that of on the Earth.

However, its upper cloud deck — 33–38 miles (53–62 kilometres) above the surface — is a more temperate 120°F (50°C), with a pressure equal to that at Earth sea level.

The clouds are also highly acidic — meaning that the phosphine would be broken down very quickly and must therefore be being continually replenished.

The researchers have cautioned, however, that life is only one possible explanation for the source of the phosphine — with further investigation needed.

NASA is presently considering two missions to Venus that propose to study the planet's atmosphere and geochemistry — dubbed 'DAVINCI' and 'VERITAS'.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/...louds.html

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RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
All things bright and beautiful, all creatures great and small.
All things wise and wonderful, evolution made them all.
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singing spider
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RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-14-2020 06:05 PM)
With a radius of 3,760 miles (6,052 kilometers),
Venus is roughly the same size as Earth — just slightly smaller.

WHAT Beast Lives at 880 degrees Fahrenheit?
The Hottest planet in our solar system with surface
temperatures hot enough to melt lead.

What Beast Breaths atmosphere consists mainly of carbon dioxide,
with clouds of sulfuric acid droplets?
https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/ven...0Celsius).

it's only hot on the surface, higher up not so much:

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Atmosphere
Venus' atmosphere consists mainly of carbon dioxide, with clouds of sulfuric acid droplets. The thick atmosphere traps the Sun's heat, resulting in surface temperatures higher than 880 degrees Fahrenheit (470 degrees Celsius). The atmosphere has many layers with different temperatures. At the level where the clouds are, about 30 miles up from the surface, it's about the same temperature as on the surface of the Earth.
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https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/ven...peratures.

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we have organisms on earth living under very similar conditions
some even inside our digestive system as symbionts

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Professor Greaves says, "This was an experiment made out of pure curiosity, really—taking advantage of JCMT's powerful technology, and thinking about future instruments. I thought we'd just be able to rule out extreme scenarios, like the clouds being stuffed full of organisms. When we got the first hints of phosphine in Venus' spectrum, it was a shock!"

Naturally cautious about the initial findings, Greaves and her team were delighted to get three hours of time with the more sensitive ALMA observatory. Bad weather added a frustrating delay, but after six months of data processing, the discovery was confirmed.
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On Venus, it has been suggested that dark streaks where ultraviolet light is absorbed could come from colonies of microbes. The Akatsuki spacecraft, launched by the Japanese space agency JAXA, is currently mapping these dark streaks to understand more about this 'unknown ultraviolet absorber.'
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https://phys.org/news/2020-09-hints-life...phine.html

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Post: #21
RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
LOL I told you folks about this yesterday. I even showed you the article.

The announcement was made quite a while back. Did you know that every space science team from here to Hawaii was in on the cover-up until this morning?

Yes, they can keep you in the dark.
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RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-14-2020 06:05 PM)
With a radius of 3,760 miles (6,052 kilometers),
Venus is roughly the same size as Earth — just slightly smaller.

WHAT Beast Lives at 880 degrees Fahrenheit?
The Hottest planet in our solar system with surface
temperatures hot enough to melt lead.

What Beast Breaths atmosphere consists mainly of carbon dioxide,
with clouds of sulfuric acid droplets?
https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/ven...0Celsius).

What our ancients probably called elementals. They live in the elemental planes of reality.

Salamanders

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RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
They are full of B.S.

The gas they claim is there is only based on Spectography indications, that it resembles those properties we know of the gas here. Without direct sampling or observation, their speculations are worthless. Venus according to them also, is way too hot for life. So they have to be wrong, either way, and should just shut the hell up - either they are wrong about the temperature or wrong about the gas. Period.


but they won't, because money is involved in funding these twerps.

So much of what they say, if you look at the actual "evidence" they use, is total B.S.
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Bicnarok
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Any "Expanse" fans on here? Venus might be making a stargate chuckle

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Bicnarok  Wrote: (09-14-2020 09:02 PM)
Any "Expanse" fans on here? Venus might be making a stargate chuckle

not into feminist space porn.

gl with it
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I would love to see a full set of images from Venera 13.

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Post: #27
RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
Treebeard  Wrote: (09-14-2020 08:56 PM)
They are full of B.S.

The gas they claim is there is only based on Spectography indications, that it resembles those properties we know of the gas here. Without direct sampling or observation, their speculations are worthless. Venus according to them also, is way too hot for life. So they have to be wrong, either way, and should just shut the hell up - either they are wrong about the temperature or wrong about the gas. Period.


but they won't, because money is involved in funding these twerps.

So much of what they say, if you look at the actual "evidence" they use, is total B.S.
They would use the same process on the chemicals if they had a physical sample and as far as temperatures go, we have life that lives near hydrothermal vents(750+ degrees) on earth. I wish you braindead religitards would stick to your flat earth crap and leave science to competent people.
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Post: #28
RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
life may have to form in the air at high altitudes on Venus, the surface is so very toxic in so many ways.
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Post: #29
RE: Major announcement says something might be living in the clouds of Venus
LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-14-2020 06:05 PM)
With a radius of 3,760 miles (6,052 kilometers),
Venus is roughly the same size as Earth — just slightly smaller.

WHAT Beast Lives at 880 degrees Fahrenheit?
The Hottest planet in our solar system with surface
temperatures hot enough to melt lead.

What Beast Breaths atmosphere consists mainly of carbon dioxide,
with clouds of sulfuric acid droplets?
https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/planets/ven...0Celsius).
Yo mamma.

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Phosphine causes major Global Warming. Therefore, it's imperative that we get the Venusians to limit their Greenhouse Gases before they destroy the entire Solar System. Give them a call and if that fails we'll blow them up.
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