A NASA scientist recently claimed to have found evidence of extraterrestrial life on a meteorite.
Many bacterial fossils found on the CI1 meteorite are similar to those on Earth.
The statement was made by Dr. Richard B. Hoover, a cosmologist at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. The doctor said there was genuine evidence of alien life: microbial fossils on a rare piece of meteorite called the CI1 meteorite. (There are only 9 such meteorites on earth). Hoover's discovery was published late last Friday in the journal Cosmology, a leading scientific journal.
' I deduce that life is not just limited to our planet,' Hoover concluded. In an interview on FoxNews.com, he said he spent more than 10 years studying meteorites around the world. 'This industry has just begun, because many great scientists think the industry is hard to achieve .'
Hoover found fossils when smashing the CI1 meteorite and analyzing it with electron scanning electron microscopy. Dr. has found fossils of microscopic organisms, and many organisms are very similar to our Earth's creatures. But there are also some samples ' unlike anything I can identify '.
Before publishing his research, Hoover also carefully invited colleagues in the scientific community to assess. ' Due to the controversial nature of Professor Hoover's research done, we invited 100 experts and offered general invitations to over 5,000 scientists to review their research and make their comments' , Scientist Dr. Rudy Schild of Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, writes. He is the editor in chief of Cosmology magazine. 'There is no article in the history of science that has undergone such thorough investigation and in the history of science, the scientific community has never had the opportunity to analyze an important research paper. so before it is published '.
And not to say, if Dr. Hoover's conclusion is correct, its application to humanity will be immense.