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Did a cosmic death fungus break our genetic code approximately 15,000 years ago? The fungus in question may have hitched a ride on a meteor which would make it an extraterrestrial living artifact. An important concept in space microbiology or astrobiology is ‘habitability’, which is essentially an assessment of whether an environment can support the activity of a given organism. Just as one human can change the world, so too, one alien bacteria or virus could potentially change life as we know it. Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks about IT CAME FROM OUTER SPACE. #GroundZero #ClydeLewis #Astrobiology #SpaceFungus

https://groundzeromedia.org/4-12-23-it-came-from-outer…/

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