Science is again proving the existence of extraterrestrial life on earth. We have never seen an alien or God, but in the absence of the appearance of both- there are some that still believe in both. The author Paul Davies began to ease the world into the real possibility when he wrote, Are Aliens Among Us?
If, as many scientists believe, life can readily emerge under the right environmental conditions, it is possible that life arose on Earth more than once. Researchers are now seeking evidence of a second genesis by searching for exotic microbes that are biochemically different from all known organisms.
Some of the best places to look for alternative life-forms are ecologically isolated niches such as ocean-bottom volcanic vents and the dry valleys of Antarctica.
Alien microbes may also lurk right under our noses. Scientists can hunt for these organisms by looking for the markers of alternative biochemistry.
These are just some of the quesitons that were discussed at a two-day conference this past Monday, January 25th, at The Royal Society in London. The discussion topics were assorted, but mainly it focused on the detection of extraterrestrial life and the consequences for science and society, and is the first to tackle this topic as it's 350 year anniversary rolled around. [read more]"How do we know all life on Earth descended from a single origin? What will aliens look like if we find them? Will we be meeting life-forms incredibly similar to ourselves? Or will they be the frightful monsters of sci-fi films? How do you break news of alien discoveries to the world without creating wide-spread pandemonium?"
"Our hypothesis is that a higher extraterrestrial life form was engaged in creating new life and planting it on various planets. Earth is just one of them. Perhaps, after programming, our creators grow us the same way we grow bacteria in Petri dishes. We can't know their motives - whether it was a scientific experiment, or a way of preparing new planets for colonization, or is it long time ongoing business of seedling life in the universe."
Astronomers are now able to detect planets orbiting stars other than the Sun where life may exist, and living generations could see the signatures of extra-terrestrial life being detected. Should it turn out that we are not alone in the Universe, it will fundamentally affect how humanity understands itself and we need to be prepared for what will follow.
There is a particular weblog offering a correlation between the ancient Mayan ruins of Hochob, and an UFO spotted by Cassini and visible on Sky-Map.org. [read more]
Cassini spotted “something” in the sky at location 19 25 12-89 46 03, light years away from our South Pole, but close to Saturn’s South Pole.
As Davies points out, some of the best places to look for alternative life-forms are ecologically isolated niches such as ocean-bottom volcanic vents and the dry valleys of Antarctica. The Haiti earthquake has presented a unique opportunity for science and possibly extraterrestrials as well.
In Antarctica we saw a chunk of ice break off the size of the state of Rhode Island on January 12, 2010 and the 7.0 quake. Now geophysicists and geologists are having a scientific field day, looking into the causes of the earthquake both above and below ground. [read more]
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