Bea neuhallooinagh

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Ta Fodreayrtan Spoar Kepler shirrey planaidyn neughrianagh.

Ta bea neuhallooinagh ny bea quaagh çheet er bea sheinyssagh foddee vel ayn magh ass y Dowan as nagh vel bun thallooinagh echey. Foddee dy vees cummey prokaryoteagh oc er y chooid sloo, dys cummaghyn inçhynagh ny, foddee, tastagh, as ad jargal ard-veenidyn y hroggal, goaill stiagh ard-veenidyn foddey ny smoo lhiassit na'n dooieaght.[1][2][3] Ta cormid Drake smooinaghtyn mychione beays y vea tastagh 'sy tuinney. Ta sheanse y vea neuhallooinagh ayns dagh cummey goll er enney myr bea-oaylleeaght rollageagh, magher yl-cheirdagh ta ronsaghey ny coryn oyragh as ny taghyrtyn tuittymagh ta lhiggey da irree magh, rheynn magh, as gientyn bea 'sy tuinney.[4]

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  2. Davies, Paul (18 Sauin 2013). "Are We Alone in the Universe?", The New York Times. Feddynit magh er 20 Sauin 2013. Archived from the original on 2022-01-01. 
  3. Pickrell, John (4 Mean Fouyir 2006). "Top 10: Controversial pieces of evidence for extraterrestrial life", New Scientist. Feddynit magh er 18 Toshiaght Arree 2011. 
  4. "The indeterminacy bottleneck: Implications for habitable worlds" (2021). Acta Biotheoretica. Ym-lioar 70 (1).