Part 1: Searching for Other Life and Dark Matter in This Universe
“Europa's ocean could extend through the ice up to the surface where
there is access to oxidants, organic compounds, and light. … If there IS life
there, it would not necessarily be restricted to microorganisms. [ Meaning there could be swimming creatures in Europa’s deep ocean.] So, probably the best chance of finding current life in our solar system right now would be on Europa.”
- Richard Greenberg, Ph.D., Prof. of Planetary Sciences,
Univ. of Arizona's Lunar and Planetary Lab
“Dragonfly 44 is as heavy as the Milky Way. So, it’s as big as the Milky Way. But it has only .1% of the stars of the Milky Way! It is almost entirely
made up of dark matter — 99.99%!”
- Pieter van Dokkum, Ph.D., Prof. of Astronomy, Yale University
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