NASA scientist: Fossils of alien life on meteorite
by Chris Matyszczyk
Living in the Bay Area, one often wonders where certain beings really came from.
And it seems that the pressure for authorities to admit that everything down here isn't exactly human increases every day.
Now an astrobiologist with NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Dr. Richard B. Hoover, has added to the excitement.
Hoover has spent considerable years traveling to remote places like Alaska and Siberia. There, he's collected meteorites, which he's taken back to his lab and examined.
He published his conclusions yesterday in the Journal of Cosmology, and one can only describe his findings as very, very interesting.
His conclusions came out of deep examination of CI1 carbonaceous chondrites--meteorites that you don't come across terribly often. Apparently, there are only nine of them on earth.
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