Call us:
0-9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
  Labor & Labour  ·  Labour Party (GB)  ·  Ladder  ·  Lake & Lake Monsters  ·  Lamb  ·  Land  ·  Language  ·  Laos  ·  Las Vegas  ·  Lass  ·  Last Words  ·  Latin  ·  Laugh & Laughter  ·  Law & Lawyer (I)  ·  Law & Lawyer (II)  ·  Laws of Science  ·  Lazy & Laziness  ·  Leader & Leadership  ·  Learn & Learning  ·  Lebanon  ·  Lecture & Lecturer  ·  Left Wing  ·  Leg  ·  Leisure  ·  Lend & Lending  ·  Leprosy  ·  Lesbian  ·  Letter  ·  Ley Lines  ·  Libel  ·  Liberal & Liberalism & Neo-Liberalism  ·  Liberia & Liberians  ·  Liberty  ·  Library  ·  Libya & Libyans  ·  Lies & Liar & Lying  ·  Life & Search For Life (I)  ·  Life & Search For Life (II)  ·  Life After Death  ·  Life's Like That (I)  ·  Life's Like That (II)  ·  Light  ·  Lightning  ·  Like  ·  Limerick  ·  Limit & Limits  ·  Lincoln, Abraham  ·  Linen  ·  Lion  ·  Listen & Listener  ·  Literature  ·  Little  ·  Liverpool  ·  Loan  ·  Local & Civil Government  ·  Loch Ness Monster  ·  Lockerbie Bombing  ·  Logic  ·  London (I)  ·  London (II)  ·  Lonely & Loneliness  ·  Look  ·  Lord  ·  Los Angeles  ·  Lose & Loss  ·  Lot (Bible)  ·  Lottery  ·  Louisiana  ·  Love & Lover  ·  Loyal & Loyalty  ·  LSD & Acid  ·  Lucifer  ·  Luck & Lucky  ·  Luke (Bible)  ·  Lunacy & Lunatic  ·  Lunar Society  ·  Lunch  ·  Lungs  ·  Lust  ·  Luxury  
<L>
Life & Search For Life (II)
L
  Labor & Labour  ·  Labour Party (GB)  ·  Ladder  ·  Lake & Lake Monsters  ·  Lamb  ·  Land  ·  Language  ·  Laos  ·  Las Vegas  ·  Lass  ·  Last Words  ·  Latin  ·  Laugh & Laughter  ·  Law & Lawyer (I)  ·  Law & Lawyer (II)  ·  Laws of Science  ·  Lazy & Laziness  ·  Leader & Leadership  ·  Learn & Learning  ·  Lebanon  ·  Lecture & Lecturer  ·  Left Wing  ·  Leg  ·  Leisure  ·  Lend & Lending  ·  Leprosy  ·  Lesbian  ·  Letter  ·  Ley Lines  ·  Libel  ·  Liberal & Liberalism & Neo-Liberalism  ·  Liberia & Liberians  ·  Liberty  ·  Library  ·  Libya & Libyans  ·  Lies & Liar & Lying  ·  Life & Search For Life (I)  ·  Life & Search For Life (II)  ·  Life After Death  ·  Life's Like That (I)  ·  Life's Like That (II)  ·  Light  ·  Lightning  ·  Like  ·  Limerick  ·  Limit & Limits  ·  Lincoln, Abraham  ·  Linen  ·  Lion  ·  Listen & Listener  ·  Literature  ·  Little  ·  Liverpool  ·  Loan  ·  Local & Civil Government  ·  Loch Ness Monster  ·  Lockerbie Bombing  ·  Logic  ·  London (I)  ·  London (II)  ·  Lonely & Loneliness  ·  Look  ·  Lord  ·  Los Angeles  ·  Lose & Loss  ·  Lot (Bible)  ·  Lottery  ·  Louisiana  ·  Love & Lover  ·  Loyal & Loyalty  ·  LSD & Acid  ·  Lucifer  ·  Luck & Lucky  ·  Luke (Bible)  ·  Lunacy & Lunatic  ·  Lunar Society  ·  Lunch  ·  Lungs  ·  Lust  ·  Luxury  

★ Life & Search For Life (II)

Life & Search For Life (II): see Life & Search for Life I & Life’s Like That & Alien & Ancient Astronaut Theory & UFOs & Extraterrestrial & Life After Death & Universe & God & Gods & Science & Molecule & Atom & Extremophile & Mars & Anthropic Principle & Simulation theory

Oceans TV - Jupiter's Alien Moons TV - Richard B Hoover - Survivors: Nature's Indestructible Creatures TV - Rachel Carson - Jacques Monod - Albert Schweitzer - Solar Empire TV - Ethan Hawke - Robert Winston - Mary Shelley's Frankenstein 1994 - The History of Mr Polly by H G Wells 1949 - Adam Rutherford TV - Storyville TV - Yoshiro Mori - Paranatural: Blood Rain and Star Jelly TV - Japan: Earth's Enchanted Islands TV - Nova TV - Hunt For Aliens TV - Ashwin Vasavada - CBC News online - Francis Crick - Alien Planet Earths TV - Young Frankenstein 1974 - Erwin Schrodinger - Fire Maidens From Outer Space 1956 - Victor Frankenstein 2015 -

 

 

52,893.  The oldest life-form on Earth: stromatolites.  (Ocean & Seas & Life)  Oceans IV: Atlantic Ocean

 

 

71,576.  Europa: a tiny moon of Jupiter.  An icy world that’s a prime target in the search for alien life.  If we find life on Europa, then life may be abundant in every solar system in the galaxy.  But to look for that life we’ll need to ... explore an ocean nearly sixty miles deep ... Can we really send a craft to Europa?  (Life & Europa)  Jupiters Alien Moon

 

71,577.  If we want to find Life in our solar system, our best chance may be to look on the tiny moon of Europa.  (Life & Europa)  ibid.  

 

71,578.  Every place we’ve found water on Earth there has been some life.  (Life & Europa)  ibid.

 

71,579.  There was evidence that these vents might exist, but no-one imagined this!  Life abundant, thriving, alien.  Oasis in a barren, frigid world completely devoid of sunlight.  (Life & Europa)  ibid.

 

53,028.  They are called extremophiles: life-forms that thrive in some of the harshest and most hostile environments here on Earth.  (Extremophile & Life)  ibid.

 

71,580.  Could Europa's ruddy complexion be the remnants of dead microbes brought up from the ocean below?  (Life & Europa)  ibid.

 

71,576.  Europa: a tiny moon of Jupiter.  An icy world that’s a prime target in the search for alien life.  If we find life on Europa, then life may be abundant in every solar system in the galaxy.  But to look for that life we’ll need to ... explore an ocean nearly sixty miles deep ... Can we really send a craft to Europa?  (Life & Europa)  ibid.

 

 

53,029.  Mono Lake is one of the most spectacular and wonderful places on Earth as far as astrobiologists are concerned.  It has no fish; it’s about three times the salinity of seawater, and it has a high very PH like strong soap.  And under these conditions only a few forms of life are able to exist.  (Extremophile & Life)  Professor Richard B Hoover

 

 

53,030.  We call them extremophiles because they live in what we consider to be extreme conditions.  (Extremophile & Life)  Professor Richard B Hoover

 

 

53,031.  The main reason that astrobiologists are interested in extremophiles is because most of the other bodies of the solar system are either very cold or very dry or very barren atmosphere.  (Extremophile & Life)  Professor Richard B Hoover 

 

 

53,258.  Life on our planet has suffered a series of devastating mass extinction events.  These have killed off uncountable species, and even threatened to end life on Earth altogether.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  Survivors: Nature's Indestructible Creatures I: The Great Dying, BBC 2013, Professor Richard Fortey

 

53,259.  Is being a survivor a question of having some very special features or nothing more than pure chance?  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

53,260.  We are all the sons and daughters of catastrophe.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

53,261.  The Greatest Extinction Event in the history of our planet: 250 million years ago.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

 

53,262.  Then one day sixty-five million years ago this world came to a sudden end when a ten-kilometre diameter asteroid collided with the Earth.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  Survivors: Nature’s Indestructible Creatures II: Fugitive from the Fire

 

53,263.  Big brains would prove to be key to the evolution and success of mammals.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

 

53,264.  2.8 million years ago, triggered by changes in the Earth’s orbit around the sun and shifts in its ocean currents, our world began to cool.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  Survivors: Nature's Indestructible Creatures III: Frozen in Time

 

53,265.  One way to cope with the onset of freezing conditions is to go large.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

53,266.  Another was to get woolly.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

53,267.  Every survivor we have seen is just one small part of a vast and interconnected tree of life.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

53,268.  A new era of man-made mass extinction.  (Extinction & Survival & Life & Evolution)  ibid.

 

 

65,346.  I like to define biology as the history of the earth and all its life – past, present, and future.  To understand biology is to understand that all life is linked to the earth from which it came; it is to understand that the stream of life, flowing out of the dim past into the uncertain future, is in reality a unified force, though composed of an infinite number and variety of separate lives.  (Biology & Life)  Rachel Carson, preface to Humane Biology Projects 1961

 

 

66,464.  There are living systems; there is no living matter.  No substance, no single molecule, extracted and isolated from a living being possess, of its own, the aforementioned paradoxical properties. They are present in living systems only; that is to say, nowhere below the level of the cell.  (Cell & Life & System & Matter)  Jacques Monod

 

 

68,163.  Man can no longer live for himself alone.  We must realize that all life is valuable and that we are united to all life.  From this knowledge comes our spiritual relationship with the universe.  (Connection & Life)  Albert Schweitzer

 

 

71,584.  Europa may hold our solar system’s biggest surprise: life.  Not on its surface but sixty miles beneath.  (Europa & Life)  Solar Empire: Edge of Darkness

 

 

72,020.  There's something about knowing life is finite that makes it so precious.  (Finite & Precious & Life's Like That)  Ethan Hawke

 

 

73,588.  Mary Shelley’s hero – Victor Frankenstein – was a doctor seeking the ultimate truth about life.  (Frankenstein & Horror & Life & Literature)  Professor Robert Winston, Frankenstein: Birth of a Monster, BBC

 

73,589.  This gruesome trade in dead bodies inspired Mary.  (Frankenstein & Horror & Life Literature)  ibid.

 

 

73,602.  Sooner or later the best way to cheat death will be to create life.  (Frankenstein & Horror & Monster & Life)  Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein 1994 starring Robert deNiro & Kenneth Branagh & Helena Bonham Carter & Ian Holm & Rory Jennings & Tom Hulce & John Cleese & Aidan Quinn & Richard Briers & Robert Hardy & Christina Cutall & Celia Imrie & Cherie Lunghi & Charles Wyn-Davies & Richard Bonneville et al, director Kenneth Branagh, Victor to friend & Professor

 

73,606.  It’s alive!  It’s alive!  (Frankenstein & Horror & Monster & Life)  ibid.  Victor in lab

 

73,611.  Did you ever consider the consequence of your actions?  You gave me life then left me to die.  Who am I?  (Frankenstein & Horror & Monster & Life & Actions)  ibid.

 

 

73,668.  If you don't like your life, you can change it.  (Freedom & Life’s Like That)  The History of Mr Polly by H G Wells 1949 starring John Mills & Betty Ann Davies & Megs Jenkins & Finlay Currie & Gladys Henson & Diana Churchill & Shelagh Fraser & Edward Chapman & Dandy Nichols & Sally Ann Howers & Juliet Mills et al, director Anthony Pelissier, Polly to self

 

 

113,181.  These cells are a staggering one billion years old.  It’s now believed that all life on Earth emerged from one single primordial cell … Every since the spark of life has passed from cell to cell.  (Cell & Life)  Adam Rutherford, The Cell s1e3: The Spark of Life

 

113,182.  Many of the amino acids vital to all living things could have been present in the Earth’s primordial soup.  (Cell & Life)  ibid.

 

113,183.  Crick proposed that the information inside DNA was in fact a precise set of instructions.  (Cell & Life)  ibid.

 

 

74,497.  Our planet is bursting with life ... Every single thing that has ever existed on earth has one thing in common: and it’s this:  DNA ... This stuff is the most ingenious code in the universe ... And what an amazing story we’ve uncovered.  (Genes & DNA & Life & Cells)  Dr Adam Rutherford, The Gene Code: The Book of Life, BBC

 

74,498.  Complex cells like the ones we’re made of suddenly appeared.  (Genes & DNA & Life & Cells)  ibid.

 

74,499.  For the first billion years or so life on Earth consisted entirely of simple single cells like bacteria and archaea.  Then about two billion years ago more complex cells appeared.  (Genes & DNA & Life & Cells & Bacteria)  ibid.

 

74,500.  Mitochondria: the host now had the power to become bigger.  (Genes & DNA & Life & Cells)  ibid.

1