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A Natural History of Hot Springs Kevin McCarthy [email protected] 303 442 9963 Burning Questions Did life BEGIN in a hot spring? How did life EVOLVE near hot springs? How might hot springs IMPROVE life? Life BEGIN? Exogenesis / Abiogenesis Warm Little Pond Oily Bubbles

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burning questions
Burning Questions
  • Did life BEGIN in a hot spring?
  • How did life EVOLVE near hot springs?
  • How might hot springs IMPROVE life?
life begin
Life BEGIN?
  • Exogenesis / Abiogenesis
  • Warm Little Pond
  • Oily Bubbles
life begin9
Life BEGIN?
  • Red-Ox Net
  • Tide Pool / Vent
  • Facies Model
life evolve
Life Evolve?
  • Mummification Service
  • West Lothian / Rhynie
  • Sources of Diversity
life improve
Life Improve?
  • Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR)
  • Nutrition / Astrobiology
  • Phylogenetic Tree
why do we care
Why do we care?
  • New Tools
  • New Products
  • New Image
perception is reality
Perception is Reality
  • Q: There are only three major geyser basins on Earth. How many have been left pristine and undeveloped?
  • A: Three (Yellowstone, Kamchatka, Chile)

(From Yellowstone Trivia, by Janet Spencer, Riverbend Publishing, 2006)

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