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Life in Space? NASA to reveal more…

November 30th, 2010

AlexFate

Life in Space? NASA to reveal more…

From Mars to Gallifrey – extra-terrestrial life is has been the drive behind much of science-fiction and science fact.

So what does the Main Stream Media have to say about this? Well on Thursday December the 2nd they will be telling us as NASA holds a news conference “To discuss an astrobiology finding that will impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life”.

Project BlueBeam believers have your notebooks ready!

Btw this also reminds of a very interesting report this week from the head of the Cairo University Archeology Department, Dr Ala Shaheen about – where he said “there is something inside the pyramid that is ‘not of this world’” – a curious statement indeed (from someone who would normally avoid such ambiguity).

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  1. M #
    December 2, 2010

    If Dr Ala Shaheen is a genuine academic, he should know better than almost anyone not to make a complete ass of himself, risking his career and credibility by making that kind of public statement without some very strong evidence, or at least a half-decent explanation.

  2. December 2, 2010

    The news conference is yet to happen – but news/rumours are becomming stronger… here’s the latest:-

    “At their conference today, NASA scientist Felisa Wolfe Simon will announce that they have found a bacteria whose DNA is completely alien to what we know today. Instead of using phosphorus, the bacteria uses arsenic. All life on Earth is made of six components: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, phosphorus and sulfur. Every being, from the smallest amoeba to the largest whale, share the same life stream. Our DNA blocks are all the same.
    But not this one. This one is completely different. Discovered in the poisonous Mono Lake, California, this bacteria is made of arsenic, something that was thought to be completely impossible. The implications of this discovery are enormous to our understanding of life itself and the possibility of finding beings in other planets that don’t have to be like planet Earth.”

  3. December 2, 2010

    “The first organism able to substitute one of the six chemical elements crucial to life has been found.”

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-11886943

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