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Uploaded on Feb 19, 2012

UBC's Dr Rosie Redfield takes on NASA's literally unbelievable "arsenic life" claim. Alongside keeping an eye on bacteria sex, Redfield decides to challenge one of the most potentially controversial conclusions in recent history, that has the potential to change our idea of life. But extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence...

Created by Gudrun Jonsdottir, Hayley Dunning and Golnaz Fakhari with the resources of UBC's School of Journalism and the guidance of profs Dan McKinney and David Rummel.

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