Life on Venus would be ‘completely different’ to anything on Earth, claims MIT scientist

“In theory, however, you could construct biochemistry that is compatible with sulphuric acid.

“You can, after all, imagine that life on Earth – with such an abundance of oxygen, that oxidises everything – would be unbearable to other life forms.

“But we have adapted. Oxygen is not our enemy, as it was three billion years ago. It has become a necessity for us.

“Could an analogous situation have happened on Venus where sulphuric acid has become essential to life?

“It is not known. But we can wonder about it.”

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