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Venusian Spectroscopy

A bar of lead on second rock from Sun

would liquefy. It's that hot on the ground.

We thus assumed inhabitants were none,

as life stands little chance in such surrounds.

Well, Monday MIT and Cardiff gabbed

'bout finding goofy molecule in sky

called "phosphene." Here on earth it's made in labs,

extreme environments, or life. So why

should such a spectral signature adorn

Venusian mist? It's possible that we

misunderstand the physics? Or, airborne

bread crumbs of life are floating in cloud sea?

Could atmospheric life evolve in flight?

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