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Richardthughes



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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 04 2008,11:30   

My thoughts on reading where that you need 'classical' stars to synthesize heavier elements that are required for 'classical' life - it is only possible for us due to a generation of stars that came before us. Kinda cool that we're stardust, though. I don't think black holes would give this... but we're in danger of postulating that life can only exist if it is exactly like our own as we get more specified.

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