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Plasma life forms. Artwork of hypothetical plasma life forms on the surface of a star. Plasma is an ionised gas commonly found in fluorescent lamps, lightning, polar aurorae, stars and in space. It has been suggested that plasma-based cellular structures may have been created during early Earth conditions. Such plasma shapes could also form on the outer layers of stars and may even replicate and behave 'intelligently.'.
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