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Predicting the future – signs of life on other planets?

A recent New York Times article reported that scientists have discovered potential signs of life in the form of a gas in the atmosphere on Venus. Astronomers used powerful telescopes to detect the chemical phosphine which they interpret as a sign that something is alive on the planet. Venus is about the same size as Earth, but its atmosphere is dominated by carbon dioxide gas and temperatures on Venus are about 800 degrees Fahrenheit. There’s…

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An Update

Hello, I am posting this on behalf of my father, Fred Rohn, who passed away on June 2. He was very excited about the May release of his most recent book, Encounters: Relationships in Conflict, a collection of short fiction. Prior to that, I worked with him to publish his memoir, A Fortunate Life, a chronology of personal reflections in the context of growing up during the Depression and World War II. Music was a…

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