Friday, April 29, 2011

NASA Scientist Claims Extraterrestrial Life Evidence





It appears that the debate on the origins of life is heating up.  Here we are seeing ample evidence emerging from space material of microbial life and also ample evidence that such can be blasted all over the place.  We do now know that microbial life operates deep into the earth and in extreme conditions.  All the barriers opposing such have evaporated.

So before we even think in terms of meeting intelligent aliens, we certainly know today that the universe is fully infected with microbial life and any newly formed planet will have an ample basis to commence evolutionary processes.

I also have here another short item showing us critical images from mars of apparent structures that can only be engineered and possibly still in general use.  The obvious attitude been that when we get there will be soon enough to talk to us pukes.

The evidence for a heavy presence in space and on earth is actually overwhelming and becoming less and less fussy about been seen.  They do use stealth mode a lot, but actual discipline is obviously weak as most operators are worker bees conducting a variety of missions.

As I have also posted, the argument for a huge presence on Earth itself is now pretty compelling, because that is the natural explanation for the heavy observed traffic. 

We have unending reports of scientific sampling taking place from the subjects themselves and that is an obvious mission.  We have plenty of reports of obvious joy riding coming to us also and occasional reports of real contact.  What is important that the body of evidence is now massively beyond one man’s illusions and it is both conforming and consistent.

The kicker is that I suspect that huge alien populations do live on Earth today in underground structures built out for that purpose.  It is no trick at all to build within stable rock strata a couple of thousand feet down a huge complex quite able to hold tens of millions of individuals.  External access could be anywhere underwater to keep us out of the way.  We may even decide to do just that ourselves someday.  It is all a matter of free energy, now upon us, and effective recycling.

Active harvesting of seafood could even be conducted and we would never know.

Nasa Scientist Claims Evidence of Extraterrestrial Life

Is this proof of colony Earth and we're all aliens?



Fossils of algae-like beings in meteorites are reported by astrobiologist Dr. Richard Hoover in the Journal of Cosmology. Reportedly the White House has reacted angrily to the announcement and is pressuring Hoover to recant since the evidence changes much in science and biology such as the theory that life evolved in the primordial soup on Earth. In the beginning, of course, the explanation was God. Then, in the age of science, Charles Darwin came along and speculated that it all began in a warm little pond. 

The origin of life on Earth — known as biogenesis' — remains one of the great unsolved mysteries of science. Although Darwin gave us a theory of how the first primitive microbes evolved into the wonderful diversity of plants and animals that comprise the living world today, but we don't know how life got started. 

Hoover a NASA scientist claims to have found evidence of life from beyond Earth within freshly-cleaved surfaces of rare meteorites from Mars. But some scientists maintain that the early Earth was so hostile to life that it must have begun elsewhere. Life on Mars may have predated life on the Earth. We can even speculate life was carried here aboard an ark from Mars. 

The human race will have to realize we are not the biological center of the universe that a designer spread life to numerous planets. Dr. Hoover has stirred up fresh debate over life elsewhere in the cosmos after claiming to have found tiny fossils of alien bugs inside meteorites that landed on Earth. About 2% are bacteria within the meteorites.

Richard Hoover, an astrobiologist at the US Space Agency's Marshall Space Flight Centre in Alabama, said "Filaments and other structures in rare meteorites appear to be microscopic fossils of extraterrestrial beings that resemble algae known as cyanobacteria. S ome of the extra-terrestrial fossils' look very much like a living earthly bug called Titanospirillum velox, which is found in muds in the Ebro Delta in Spain. The three meteorite samples Dr. Hoover has studied predate any fossils found on Earth and older than the crust of our planet, dating from the time when the planets of our solar system were still coming together from a cloud of dust and rocks.

If is findings are confirmed we will be forced to conclude that life on Earth really did start elsewhere, and furthermore that life is probably everywhere in the Universe. A meteorite, named ALH84001, generated headline news in 1996 when Nasa announced it contained biomorphic' structures, tubule-like objects that looked like bacteria. 



Laboratory tests on the rocky filaments found no evidence to suggest they were remnants of Earth-based organisms that contaminated the meteorites after they landed, Hoover said. "He discovered the features after inspecting the freshly cleaved surfaces of three meteorites that are believed to be among the oldest in the solar system.. Writing in the Journal of Cosmology, Hoover claims that the lack of nitrogen in the samples, which is essential for life on Earth, indicates they are "the remains of extraterrestrial life forms that grew on the parent bodies of the meteorites when liquid water was present, long before the meteorites entered the Earth's atmosphere."



B,C: red blood cell remnants found inside meteorite Ivuna 

Cyanobacteria play the key role in nitrogen fixation on Earth and many genera and species of are capable of diazotrophic growth and nitrogen metabolism. Nitrogen fixation occurs via the nitrogenase enzyme with some other proteins involved in this complex biological process. Rudy Schild, a scientist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics and editor of the journal, said: "The implications are that life is everywhere, and that life on Earth may have come from other planets." Proof that alien microbes hitched across the cosmos inside meteors, or by clinging to their surfaces, would bolster a theory known as panspermia, in which life is spread from planet to planet by hurtling space rocks. 

Sir Fred Hoyle (British astrophysicist): "A common sense interpretation of the facts suggests that a super intellect has monkeyed with physics, as well as with chemistry and biology, and that there are no blind forces worth speaking about in nature. The numbers one calculates from the facts seem to me so overwhelming as to put this conclusion almost beyond question." Hoyle, F. 1982. The Universe: Past and Present Reflections.

Sir Francis Crick, joint discoverer of DNA, remarked that "the origin of life seemed "almost a miracle, so many are the conditions which would have had to have been satisfied to get it going. The problem is that even the simplest living thing is already so stupendously complex that if such an entity were to be thrown together by chance, it would be a fluke of such magnitude as to be unlikely to happen twice in the observable universe, vast though that may be. 

Certainly, many scientists support the idea of an extra-terrestrial origin for earthly life. Professor Paul Davies, a British cosmologist at Arizona State University, has suggested life on Earth may have its origins on Mars. He reasons that four billion years ago Mars was a far more hospitable place for life to evolve than Earth. Being smaller, Mars cooled more quickly and was hit less often by the massive meteor strikes that made the infant solar system such a hazardous environment for life of any kind. He says, "We could all be the descendants of ancient Martian microbes blasted off the Red Planet's surface by later meteorite bombardments. There is even the fascinating possibility a dying civilization loaded up an ark like space ship and flew to Colony Earth with all types of animals. We have now discovered life on Mars similar to life on Earth that strongly suggests life exists throughout the universe on billions of planets.




Mars Structures 






Dr. Richard Buchli writes, "Here is a series of partially covered openings or structures on mars. These shapes are too perfect to be works of nature. There is a line of objects two and half miles long with seven objects running north to south. The distance between the opposing two structures is about 1500 feet, and 1300 feet. White domed st ructures are located at both ends of line. The location is at 37 57 26 85 N 82 16 43 13 W. Thanks to Richard Buchli D.V.M. PhD. Dorothy Buchli W.B.W



Kepler Telescope Discovers 1,235 planets

This illustration created by Jason Rowe of NASA's Kepler Science Team shows all of Kepler's planet candidates in transit with their parent stars ordered by size from top left to bottom right. / Illustration Courtesy NASA Kepler Mission. On March 6, 2009, the Kepler telescope was launched into space by the NASA Ames Institute to search for potentially habitable planets. NASA announced that 1,235 planets have now been detected. It also announced that the Kepler 11 star-system is believed to have six orbiting planets.

Every 30 minutes the Kepler telescope is scanning 150,000 stars to detect fluctuations in the brightness of each star that would indicate that a planet was revolving around it. Each time a planet crosses the star, the brightness of the star appears to dim.

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Thanks to Charles Ratliff 

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