We are not alone in the universe, and Alien life forms have a lot more in common with life on Earth than you think.
That's the stunning conclusion one NASA scientist has come to, releasing his groundbreaking revelations in a new study in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology.
Dr. Richard B. Hoover, an astrobiologist with NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, has traveled to remote areas in Antarctica, Siberia, and Alaska, amongst others, for over ten years now, collecting and studying meteorites. He gave access to the out-of-this-world research, published late Friday evening in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology. In it, Hoover describes the latest findings in his study of an extremely rare class of meteorites, called CI1 carbonaceous chondrites -- only nine such meteorites are known to exist on Earth.
Hoover findings reveal fossil evidence of bacterial life within such meteorites, the remains of living organisms from their parent bodies -- comets, moons and other astral bodies. By extension, the findings suggest we are not alone in the universe, he said.
The following photograph taken through a scanning electron microscope of a CI1 meteorite shows a fossilized alien bacterium.
The following microscope photograph shows the giant bacterium Titanospirillum velox an organism found here on planet Earth, which has similar size and overall structure to the above alien bacterium.
“I interpret it as indicating that life is more broadly distributed than restricted strictly to the planet earth,” Hoover told. “This field of study has just barely been touched, because quite frankly, a great many scientist would say that this is impossible.”
In what he calls “a very simple process,” Dr. Hoover fractured the meteorite stones under a sterile environment before examining the freshly broken surface with the standard tools of the scientist: a scanning-electron microscope and a field emission electron-scanning microscope, which allowed him to search the stone’s surface for evidence of fossilized remains.
He found the fossilized remains of micro-organisms not so different from ordinary ones found underfoot, here on earth, that is.
“The exciting thing is that they are in many cases recognizable and can be associated very closely with the generic species here on earth,” Hoover told. But not all of them. “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 stumped.”
Other scientists tell the implications of this research are shocking, describing the findings variously as profound, very important and extraordinary.
This NASA news is to prepare us to announce that there are intelligent beings in other planets, even in the Solar System.
For more info about intelligent extraterrestrial life in the Solar System see: www.planetahercolubus.com