Extraterrestrial Life Forms - Bacteria in Meteriorites Back to: UFO Stories
A NASA scientist stated this year that he believes
small filaments and other pieces within meteorites are
the remains of bugs or bacteria. Astrobiologist,
Richard Hoover said that "filaments and other
structures in rare meteorites appear to be microscopic
fossils of extraterrestrial beings that resemble algae
known as cyanobacteria."
Interestingly, Dr. Hoover has found three meteorites
with the artifacts that are older than any fossils known
to exist on Earth, making them ancient, even before
the crust of Earth was formed. This means the fossils
are proof that life existed within our solar system as the
planets were forming, coming together and eventually
falling into their current orbits.
Think about this: If Dr. Hoover is correct, this
would mean that life began elsewhere first before
it started on Earth. And, this would also increase
the likelihood that life exists elsewhere within the
universe. The fragments, according to Dr.
Hoover, do not contain any traces of nitrogen, a
component necessary for life on Earth. This
would confirm that the life forms are
extraterrestrial and not contaminates from Earth
as some would like to believe.
In 1996, a meteorite was discovered to have biomorphic structures, according to
NASA, tubules similar to bacteria. This old news seems relevant, today, in light of Dr.
Hoover's recent announcement.