Daily Archives: August 8, 2012

Music for a silent world

Need a little musical entertainment? Here. Enjoy a little playlist of music to explore Mars to. Now you have something to listen to while you browse NASA JPL’s Mars Photojournal – over 7000 images of everyone’s favourite desert planet, including the … Continue reading

Posted in space | Tagged , ,

Life’s first drink – Cold soup or warm soda?

It’s safe to say that we all know the phrase “primordial soup.” An idea originally put forward by J.B.S. Haldane in 1929, writers have been waxing lyrical about this proverbial soup from which life arose, for decades now. The phrase … Continue reading

Posted in astrobiology, chemistry | Tagged | 3 Comments

Mysterious Mars

Remember that puzzle about the martian methane? No? Well, if you’d like a refresher, you may be interested to take a glance at my latest article over on Australian Science. On methane, Mars, and more… Image: Arabia Terra, Mars – ESA/DLR/FU … Continue reading

Posted in astrobiology, chemistry, space | Tagged ,