My Oregon Scientific radio-synced clock turns off the atomic clock synch feature if you touch most any of its buttons. Why? The person who designed it never actually used it in daily life to realise this was an idiotic feature. That is the same reason most computer programs are so user-hostile.~ Roedy (born:1948-02-04 age:67)
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Life May Have Come From Elsewhere
Scientist try to figure out how life originated on earth. I think this is wrong-headed. It is not as though earth sits in a vacuum bottle. Material from all over the solar system pummels it every day. It would make more sense to also study how life could have arrived on any of that material. Allowing for that possibility greatly expands the field of study to well outside the solar system to find the initial sparks of life. Bits of it could well have come about in widely separated parts of the universe under vastly different conditions.
That life came from elsewhere on earth is our default assumption whenever we find life on earth.~ Roedy (born:1948-02-04 age:67)
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