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Alien life found on Earth


Solace
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Now all we have to do is find out if they are sentient and discover a way to communicate with them. This is too important to be posted in the news reel.

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NASA, who have called a full scale press conference for tomorrow, have tried to keep their findings under wraps, though an accompanying scientific paper has been released to some journalists under embargo.

Skymania has not seen the paper and so has been free to do some detective work to discover what will be announced. Despite wild speculation on the internet, there is unlikely to be an announcement that extra-terrestrials have been discovered, for the reasons very well put forward by Stuart Atkinson’s Cumbrian Sky.

But our own investigations suggest that it follows a breakthrough in the discovery of microbes in a lake that get their energy from the usually poisonous arsenic. Experts say this shows they had a completely different origin to any other creature known on our planet. It means that life began not just once but at least twice on Earth.

A key scientist on NASA’s panel will be Dr Felisa Wolfe-Simon who has spent two years investigating Mono Lake, close to California’s Yosemite National Park. The lake has no outlet and has, over many millenia, built up one of the highest natural concentrations of arsenic on Earth.

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If you believe the Panspermia theory then we are all aliens.

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Panspermia proposes that life that can survive the effects of space, such as extremophile bacteria, become trapped in debris that's ejected into space after collisions between planets that harbor life and Small Solar System Bodies (SSSB).

Bacteria may travel dormant for an extended amount of time before colliding randomly with other planets or intermingling with protoplanetary discs.

If met with ideal conditions on the new planets' surfaces, the bacteria become active and the process of evolution begins.

Panspermia is not meant to address how life began, just the method that may cause its sustenance.

This new evidence would seem to confirm this theory.

Or theres necropanspermia 😆

All Life on Earth Could Have Come From Alien Zombies 😉


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I really had my hopes high for this one.

Turns out to be another archebacteria heh

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GFAJ-1

I`d like to see a non DNA/RNA life form for a change!

Nasa..weak.

"Experts say this shows they had a completely different origin to any other creature known on our planet"

Im no expert but im calling bull here.


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s2odan
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"Experts say this shows they had a completely different origin to any other creature known on our planet"

Im no expert but im calling bull here.

Yeah it seems far more likely that this bacteria simply evolved in the high concentrations of arsenic in the water.


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cultist
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Maybe the media missinterpreted the news,its not like they haven't done that before.


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Geraldine
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This is old news to me. At around this time of the year (especially at the very end of the year), there are loads of Alien lifeforms lolling around Glasgow 😆


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This is old news to me. At around this time of the year (especially at the very end of the year), there are loads of Alien lifeforms lolling around Glasgow 😆

lol 😆


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no, no...the finding was that a bacterium was able to substitute arsenic for some of its phosopherous. this indicatees that extraterrestrial(perhaps terran) life might not need(much) phospherous. The bacterium itself is earthly and not very interesting. The substitution of arsenic for phospherous is. The extrapolation is that extraterrestrial life might not need.... carbon?.... hydrogen?.... oxygen?... nitrogen?... sulpher?....some or all of the above.


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DarkOne
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True. Maybe I'm inpatient because I want to see something more substantial than just some space bacteria.


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