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Venus: Possible evidence of life in the clouds?

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Guest “The truth is out there” by David Middleton Phosphine gas found in Venus’ atmosphere may be ‘a possible sign of life’Astronomers detected signs of a smelly, toxic gas that microbes can make in the planet’s clouds By Lisa Grossman 22 HOURS AGO Venus’ clouds appear to contain a smelly, toxic gas that could be produced…

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