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Save $ 24 on the new Nintendo Switch with improved battery life

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NASA News: Former Scientist "Convinced" That Life Was Found on Mars in the 1970s | Science | news

Dr. Gilbert Levin, who worked on the Viking Mars lander in the 1970s, claims that NASA has already answered the "ultimate question," namely, that Mars supports the lives of aliens. In a blog post for American Scientific, Dr. Levin, the rover he worked on, found biological formations that revealed the presence of microbial organisms on Mars. He said, "On July …

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NASA denies alien life discovered on Mars in 1970s

NASA has refuted the explosive claim from a former employee of the space agency "found evidence of life" on Mars in the 1970s. "The collective opinion of the scientific community does not believe the results." NASA's spokesman Allard Beutel said in an email to Fox News. "One of NASA's key goals is to search for life in the universe," Pouch …

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Did NASA find life on Mars in the 1970s? It is still up for debate

Hubble Space Telescope has taken this portrait of Mars. NASA, ESA and STScI Life on Mars. These three words are enough to make everyone take a double shot. Former NASA scientist Gilbert Levin worked in 1976 on the historic Viking mission to Mars, where NASA landed a spaceship on the surface of the red planet for the first time. Last …

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New study of species suitable for life shows how investment in love and affection pays off

A new study, co-authored by UChicago scientists, explains how sexual collaboration and attachment between animals develop with long-lasting pair bonds such as zebra finches. New research from the University of Chicago and The University of North Carolina shows how bird species make long-term commitments to raise their young more efficiently. Males of species that, like many birds, develop long-lasting pair …

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