The subject is all over the news. While Hollywood and SYFY continually portray alien life as real and a possible future threat—one scientist, Richard Hoover, claims to have found bacteria that links with alien life.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The gaps and stringy fibers in these space rocks sure look like bacteria, and a NASA researcher has caused a stir with claims that they’re fossils of alien life. But as NASA found 15 years ago, looks can be deceiving. Top scientists in different disciplines immediately found pitfalls in a newly published examination of three meteorites that went viral on the Internet over the weekend. NASA and its top scientists disavowed the work by noon Monday.
Biologists said just because it looks as though the holes were made by bacteria doesn’t make them fossils of extraterrestrial microbes. The meteorites could be riddled with Earthly contamination. And both astronomers and biologists complained that the study was not truly reviewed by peers. There are questions about the credentials of the study’s author, Richard Hoover. And the work appeared in an online journal that raises eyebrows because even its editor acknowledges it may have to shut down in June and that one reason for publishing the controversial claim was to help find a buyer.
“There’s a lot of stuff there, but not a lot of science,” said Rosie Redfield, a microbiologist at the University of British Columbia, who publicly dissected the paper over the weekend. “I looked at it and shuddered.”
Source: MyWay News
Timing is crucial for the presentation of the Aliens. The time table is set from the time the Man of Lawlessness entered his host human body.
Hoover, an expert on life in extreme environments, has reported similar structures in meteorites several times before. So far, none has been confirmed as the ancient remains of alien life. But 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.”
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.” In a note posted alongside the paper, Schild said he had invited 100 scientists to comment on the research. Their responses will be published on the journal’s website from Monday. “In this way, the paper will have received a thorough vetting, and all points of view can be presented,” Schild wrote.
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. To many scientists, Hoover’s work recalls the adage that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.
Hoover is not the only researcher to claim a discovery of alien life inside meteorites. In 1996, David McKay, another Nasa researcher, said he had found what appeared to be traces of Martian life inside a meteorite recovered from Allan Hills in Antarctica in 1984. Source: The Guardian
Prior Findings of Alien Life
In 1996, researchers made a splash when they announced evidence for fossilized microbial life in a meteorite from Mars called Allan Hills 84001 (ALH 84001). The lead author of the paper announcing these findings in the journal Science was David McKay, a researcher at NASA’s Johnson Space Center (not to be confused with NASA Ames’ Chris McKay).The claim prompted giant headlines in papers around the world at the time, and even a statement from President Bill Clinton. But in the years since, scientists have questioned those findings — and most remain unconvinced that the meteorite offers conclusive evidence.
“Prior claims for evidence of microfossils in ALH 84001 remain controversial at best, despite more than a decade of dedicated research by many groups and dozens of scientific papers on the subject,” said planetary geologist Victoria Hamilton of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colo. “I’m skeptical that these new claims will be any less controversial or any more easily proven or falsified.” Shostak said wariness after the Allan Hills controversy could be carrying over to this announcement.
“The ALH 84001 result was based on photos and chemical evidence, much as the current story,” Shostak said. “And I think that’s a major part of the reason why many experts in this field are skeptical of Hoover’s claim to have found life that cooked up in comets.”
The truth about alien life has continued since before World War Two. The main plan of the powers of the darkness is to present the aliens and cause a war to shock humanity that will prime the multitudes for the enslavement of the New World Order. An Alien war must take place first to set the stage (problem, reaction, solution) for the New World Order and the tribulation for the Children of the Light.