How exotic alien life could thrive in the giant molecular clouds of deep space

An astronomer has outlined a way for methane-producing life to thrive in the molecular clouds of deep space, opening up a new pathway to understanding the potential origins and diversity of life.

Space is hostile to life. There’s no abundant air. All of the water is frozen. Everything’s all spread out. And there’s deadly radiation bombarding everything. There’s no way that life as we know it could find a habitable home in the depths of  interstellar space