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Sep 14, 2020

So there's a big rumour going around that some scientists may have potentially detected a hint of evidence for phosphine gas on Venus, which they consider to be quite strong evidence of something unexplained, which may be an indicator of microbial life in Venus' atmosphere.

As the saying goes, Huge If True.

Because it's been such an awful year, I try to explain this story and indulge in some pretty rampant speculation.