Survivors from Mars

Davies, Paul
September 1998
New Scientist;09/12/98, Vol. 159 Issue 2151, p24
Discusses a theory that Earth was seeded with Martian microorganisms. Formation of the Solar System; Collisions between partly formed planets; Speculation as to how life on the early Earth could have endured repeated impacts from space debris; Study of hyperthermophiles; Theories on underground colonies of organisms. INSET: Superbug survival.


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