Life Beyond Earth, Part 4: Penelope Boston | Nat Geo Live



Speleologist Penelope Boston studies bizarre life-forms in the deepest crevices of our home planet to understand what life might look like in harsh, extraterrestrial environments.
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  1. Please, Nat Geo . . . more! I freakin' love science! This is what I would daydream about back in school! And to think most of my teachers were against that–being a dreamer, and possibly a scientist someday. What pathetic humans these "teachers" were. I hated public school. And that's why. I would've loved to have had an actual education. This is why education here sucks! Science and skepticism FTW!

  2. A beautiful illustration of how little we really know about our own planet`s life and poses the question as to what we could even consider to be alien as regards a life form.

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