Extraterrestrial life in a meteorite
One of my rules regarding UFO stories and extraterrestrial stories is not to get too excited until the proof comes in. In this case, FOX news is reporting that a NASA scientist named Dr. Richard B. Hoover, an astrobiologist at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center has declared in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology that he’s convinced that he’s found fossilized extraterrestrial life in a meteorite.
To back up his claim, Dr. Hoover presented findings from a special meteorite called a C/1 carbonaceous chondrite, one of only nine such meteorites to exist on Earth so far. He used an electron microscope as part of his examination process to find extraterrestrial life in a meteorite and he may have hit paydirt.
His theory is that he’s actually found extraterrestrial life in a meteorite and that the fossilized remains are due to the meteorite coming from a parent body such as another planet, asteroid or moon and somehow ended up crashing into the Earth.
Proof of extraterrestrial life
In order for Dr. Hoover to provide proof of extraterrestrial life he’ll have to go through the most stringent of critical analysis ever seen and that’s what’s been going on according to this story. He’s not found one example of fossilized organisms but several varieties. However, that’s not proof of extraterrestrial life yet. That’s why the Journal of Cosmology invited a large number of scientists, probably the largest ever assembled to examine Dr. Hoover’s results to see if he indeed has provided proof of extraterrestrial life.
So sit tight folks as it’s going to be awhile before this new discovery gets the final green light millions have been waiting for.
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