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Could 'Flammable Ice' Might Be an Indication to Alien Life?
Thursday, March 26, 2020, 3 Years Ago via in Astronomy
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In contemplating what's known as -flammable ice,- scientists have found that infinitesimal air pockets inside the weird material contain life. These discoveries could advise the journey to distinguish extraterrestrial life.

Flammable ice, otherwise called methane hydrate, is made when methane gas is caught inside ice's atomic structure. Sheets of this solidified gas and ice contain infinitesimal air pockets of oil and water. In another investigation, researchers considering -flammable ice- in the Sea of Japan found minuscule, living animals inside these little air pockets.
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