Drake equation applied to dating
Please see Talk: Evolution#Article on evolutionary rate of change. :) I think we should start the Further Reading section of this article from scratch, the duplication is totally unjustified, most books have nothing to do with the evolution of life on earth... I think we should; for a time being i am removing human evolution section.thanks, Sushant gupta , 14 August 2007 (UTC) Hi there, there is a problem with the article as it stands.The Drake Equation is that famous equation where you count how many stars there are, figure out the chance of a star having planets, of planets having water, etc. until finally you get some rough estimate of the chance of live evolving elsewhere in the universe.It’s a little more complicated (and also simpler) than that, but one factor that permeates the equation is the life-friendliness of a star system.If you would like to participate, there are some suggestions on this page (see also Wikipedia: Contributing FAQ for more information) or visit Wiki Project Evolutionary biology This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Palaeontology, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of palaeontology-related topics and create a standardized, informative, comprehensive and easy-to-use resource on Wikipedia.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.Asteroids may have delivered water and organic compounds to the early Earth.According to the theory of punctuated equilibrium, occasional asteroid impacts might accelerate the rate of biological evolution by disrupting a planet’s environment to the point where species must try new adaptation strategies.
In 2004, they applied to be in charge of the presidential referendum that was going to be held that year.Apparently, very few planetary systems are expected to have Jupiter-like planets in the right position to make the right size asteroid belts in the right place, so a rocky planet can get things like water.The researchers, …Martin and Livio suggest that the location of an asteroid belt relative to a Jupiter-like planet is not an accident.By 2005, citizens did not trust the system anymore, it had been hacked, and finger print recognition had been installed in the voting centers.
They were told that the system would randomize the order of the voters so that there would be no possibility to know who voted.
Elections Systems & Software, an American Company, and Indra, a Spanish company, had also applied and despite having much more expertise and experience in the matter of national voting systems, Smartmatic won the opportunity to carry out the 2004 elections in Venezuela.