A team of researchers forced bacteria to create carbon-silicon bonds, and their experiment showcases why life on our planet chose carbon.
Homer Simpson is drooling over this story.
If there are any, aliens should be less conspicuous and charismatic-looking than most people think.
It’s not exactly accurate, but it’s a dazzling display.
This planet is restless to its core.
The ebb of 20 years worth of seasons condensed in 2.5 minutes.
Each of the two belts surrounds the Earth in a sort of doughnut-shaped formation.
Early Earth could have lost as much as 40% of its mass during collisional growth.
Bird’s eye view.
Set, Game, and Match, flat-earthers!
Not all planets are as lucky as Earth.
We are legion!
Talk about hailstone, right?
Earth is not a perfect sphere, so the answer to what’s the tallest mountain in the world will surprise you.
Worry and excitement, all in one paper.
There’s no proof. But the conditions were right for it to happen.
Our humble satellite just got a heck of a lot more interesting.
Silly bacteria, carbon-based life is best life!