NASA scientist finds evidence of alien life
This is not a photograph of an alien life form. It is used as a reference in the following article for the photograph which is thought to be an alien life form.
Aliens exist, and we have proof.
That astonishingly awesome claim comes from Dr. Richard B. Hoover, an astrobiologist at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, who says he has found conclusive evidence of alien life — fossils of bacteria found in an extremely rare class of meteorite called CI1 carbonaceous chondrites. (There are only nine such meteorites on planet Earth.) Hoover’s findings were published late Friday night in the Journal of Cosmology, a peer-reviewed scientific journal.
“I interpret it as indicating that life is more broadly distributed than restricted strictly to the planet earth,” Hoover, who has spent more than 10 years studying meteorites around the world, told FoxNews.com in an interview. “This field of study has just barely been touched — because quite frankly, a great many scientist [sic] would say that this is impossible.” (Which is nothing more than repeating an unprovable illogical assumption. Life evolving on earth would seem to suggest it could evolve elsewhere--unless one's science is clouded by one's religious faith assumptions.)
Hoover discovered the fossils by breaking apart the CI1 meteorite, and analyzing the exposed rock with a scanning-electron microscope and a field emission electron-scanning microscope, which allowed him to detect any fossil remains. What he found were fossils of micro-organisms (pictured below), many of which he says are strikingly similar to those found on our own planet (pictured above).
“The exciting thing is that they are in many cases recognizable and can be associated very closely with the generic species here on earth,” said Hoover. Some of the fossils, however, are quite odd. “There are some that are just very strange and don’t look like anything that I’ve been able to identify, and I’ve shown them to many other experts that have also come up stump.”
In order to satisfy the inevitable hoard of buzz-killing skeptics, Hoover’s study and evidence were made available to his peers in the scientific community in advance of the study’s publications, giving them a chance to thoroughly dissect his findings. Comments from those who decided to sift through the evidence will be published online, alongside the study.
“Given the controversial nature of his discovery, we have invited 100 experts and have issued a general invitation to over 5,000 scientists from the scientific community to review the paper and to offer their critical analysis,” writes Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics scientist Dr. Rudy Schild, who serves as the Journal of Cosmology’s editor-in-chief. “No other paper in the history of science has undergone such a thorough vetting, and never before in the history of science has the scientific community been given the opportunity to critically analyze an important research paper before it is published.” (Well, this is a biggy.)
Over the weekend I was watching some program on the History channel (done this very year) that brought up the fact the Vatican has made statements to the effect that it's OK to believe in alien life forms, and indeed the Vatican has a number of times in the last three years. All of the 'educational' channels have been running program after program on alien life, UFO's, and psychic phenomenon. Hollywood is cranking out one movie after another based on UFO reports. And now we have scientists from NASA and the Smithsonian revealing the existence of what appears to them to be alien bacterial forms. I can't help but wonder if all of this is some sort of design being executed to condition global humanity to the real life changing news that yes indeed we have made contact with sentient extraterrestrial life forms and that things are not at all as we have been taught.
This announcement about fossilized bacterial forms would be the equivalent of putting a toe in some very deep waters. It will be fascinating to follow the reaction to this story.