Is life on Earth unique or widespread across the universe? (science video)

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Professor Lee Cronin, a well-known scientist, debates ‘is life on Earth unique or widespread across the universe’ with Brian Keating, who believes that life is widespread and even ubiquitous in the cosmos.

Through a set of rubrics dubbed “assembly theory,” Lee and his colleagues propose strategies to find and detect the existence of life, as well as account for its information content.

Brian is more pessimistic, and you’ll find out why.

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