The ability of entities (usually organisms) to be animated, and to reproduce into future generations. Patterns of matter and energy that can perpetuate themselves and survive.

Articles on that refer to Life

Biocyberethics: should we stop a company from unplugging an intelligent computer? By Martine Rothblatt
I, Nanobot By Alan H Goldstein
The Physical Constants as Biosignature By James N. Gardner
Biocosm, The New Scientific Theory of Evolution By James N. Gardner
Prolegomenon to a General Biology By Stuart Kauffman
The Unabomber's Manifesto By Ted Kaczynski
Millennium 3000 Scenarios By Theodore J. Gordon and Jerome C. Glenn
Why Cryosuspension Makes Sense By Terry Grossman
It Takes a Giant Cosmos to Create Life and Mind By James N. Gardner
Chapter 8: Long Life In An Open World By K. Eric Drexler

News Articles that refer to Life

Reflections on Avatar by Ray Kurzweil
A synthetic creation story
Report from from 'The Future of Life' conference
Could We Live Forever?
Cure for cancer worth $50 trillion
The Intelligent Universe: AI, ET, and the Emerging Mind of the Cosmos
First self-replicating, synthetic bacterial cell
Broken Limits to Life Expectancy
Finding Life Away From Earth Will be Tough Task
Attorneys argue termination of 'conscious computer' in mock trail