Extraterrestrial microbial life is nothing new to the realm of science. It’s been the focus of speculation amongst scientists for quite some time with each new report of alien bacteria being discovered. So far no conclusive evidence has surfaced to support the theory that alien microbes do in fact exist. Enter NASA astrobiologist Dr. Richard B. Hoover who claims to have found evidence of aliens fossilized in meteorite fragments. His research was conducted over a period of ten years and he traveled to places like Antarctica, Siberia, and Alaska to gather rock samples to conduct his studies. METEORITES, Y U NO LAND IN TROPICS? Hoover limited his scope of his study to the extremely rare CI1 carbonaceous chondrites meteorites of which only nine samples exist in the world. After close examination of his samples under a scanning-electron microscope and a field emission electron-scanning microscope he discovered what he believes to be fossilized microbes that are out of this world. Scientists and self-proclaimed alien experts around the world are jumping on this discovery to dissect it in full detail. If the evidence is indeed conclusive of alien microorganisms then this will be the most significant discovery ever made in astrobiology. If not, well, then this will be lumped along with all previous debunked discovery claims of alien bacteria.
a scanning-electron microscope and a field emission electron-scanning microscope
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