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Aliens…again

Dr. Riccardo Guerrero / Journal of Cosmology

S0 this is what alien life looks like….

Once again there has been a new claim of alien life found on a meteorite.  Some of the information regarding this discovery has been made public but the full paper will be published in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology.  The research by Dr. Richard Hoover basically says that this biological fossil is not native to earth.  He states that the process for making the discovery was “a very simple process.”  What Dr. Hoover did cut the rare meteorite in a sterile environment, then he found the biological remains using a scanning electron microscope.  He feels very confident of his discovery stating, “if someone can explain how it is possible to have a biological remain that has no nitrogen, or nitrogen below the detect ability limits that I have, in a time period as short as 150 years, then I would be very interested in hearing that.”

ALH-84001

Claims like this have been made in the past.  Some of you may remember ALH-84001, the martian meteorite where in 1996 scientists thought that it contained nanobacterial fossils.  At the time the found fossils were smaller than any known single celled life.  This discovery went all the way to the White House where President Bill Clinton made a global announcement that ET has been found.  Could this newly found biological remain found on the meteorite CI1 carbonaceous chondrites be announced by our current Commander and Chief?  I don’t think so.  Unless the evidence is proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that it is real.  In response to the discovery Seth Shostak from SETI stated, “Maybe life was seeded on earth–it developed on comets for example, and just landed here when these things were hitting the very early Earth.  It would suggest, well, life didn’t really begin on the Earth, it began as the solar system was forming.”  I am curious as to the future of this discovery and will blog about it when I find out more.

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