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Venus as possible future of the Earth

... areas with lower levels of H 2 SO 4 and even actively maintained these levels by utilizing solar energy. One piece of indirect evidence for the existence of living organisms on Venus is the detection of carbonyl sulfide CO(S) in its clouds: on the Earth, bacteria are involved in the formation of this compound (David, 2003). Speaking about the possible future of the Earth, in the case of the worst Venusian scenario, people could move in advance to the Moon or Mars and bacteria could migrate to the cloud ...

Modified: 13.12.2016
Venus , Earth , planet evolution , life evolution , bacteria , climate , atmosphere , volcanism
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The Planet's Long Youth

... 2003), suggests that the bacterial world either has escaped evolution (in its common meaning) or took some different evolutionary paths than the multicellular plants and animals. This hypothesis appears controversial and thus especially fascinating. Earth’s Alive Carbon Bacteria supply over a half of the Earth’s total biomass (from 50 to 90 %, according to different references). They are land and marine dwellers, symbiotic bacteria in eukaryotic organisms (e. g., in the digestive tracts of herbivoral animals), and ...

Modified: 30.05.2005
Zavarzin , bacteria , RNA , Earth , biomass , eukaryotes , evolution , evolution of life , genes
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