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On Earth, all of those ingredients exist at terrestrial hot springs, home to some hardy creatures.
Deamer, a big proponent of hot springs as the source of life’s start, has shown that conditions at terrestrial hot springs can produce bubblelike vesicles, with an outer layer made up of lipids.
Microsoft claims its server-holding cylinders will take less than 90 days to go from factory ship to operation, as compared to the average two years it takes to get a terrestrial data center up and running.
Second, 40 percent of plastic waste is mismanaged — “5% ends up in ocean leakage, 22% in open burning, and 14% in terrestrial leakage,” the report says.
The theory, which appeared in May in The Astrophysical Journal Letters, doesn’t explain every step of how life acquired its current handedness, but it does assert that the shape of terrestrial DNA and RNA is no accident.
The epoch of your life upon the earth, even the duration of terrestrial humanity, is but a moment in eternity.
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"Now let us return to the Earth," she said, pointing to the spot where our terrestrial Sun had disappeared.
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It is hardly more than a hundred thousand years since terrestrial humanity evolved itself from the animal chrysalis.
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The Uranian soul, even during its terrestrial incarnations, lives in the world of the absolute and divine.
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The elements of my Martial form do not exist in the terrestrial atmosphere, and your brain could not imagine them.
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