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The Space Between Stars Is Full of Greasy, Possibly Toxic Carbon

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The space between stars may look pretty empty—and for most mundane intents and purposes, it is—but it’s actually full of electromagnetic radiation and vast clouds of matter, together collectively known as the interstellar medium. Some of it is aliphatic carbons that leak from stars, and a new study from University of New South Wales (UNSW) and Ege University researchers has found there is an awful lot of it.

Interstellar space has enough of the greasy, likely toxic carbon substance that UNSW professor and study co-author Tim Schmidt says it might accumulate on any theoretical future interstellar craft, the Guardian reported:



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Oh, sounds just lovely! 

Hmmm, wonder why Jehovah gave the earth to mankind. 

I know, I know. We have a future that can go on for eternity. Who knows? The Creator of the universe can do what he jolly well pleases! 

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I want to age without sharp corners, and have an obedient heart!

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