SOLID EVIDENCE OF ALIEN LIFE IN METEORITE FRAGMANTS
An award-winning NASA scientist, Richard B. Hoover, Astrobiology Group Leader at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, claims that he found tiny fossils of alien life in the remnants of a meteorite has stirred both excitement and skepticism in the world astrobiology community, and is being closely reviewed by 100 experts.
Hoover claims to have found fossilized bacteria that appear similar to bacteria found on earth – like Titanospirillum velox, below from meteorites known as CI1 carbonaceous chondrites – of which only nine are known to exist on earth.
Hoover has analyzed meteorites and microbial extremophiles from Antarctica; novel bacteria from the glaciers and permafrost of Antarctica, Patagonia, Siberia and Alaska, and from haloalkaline lakes, geysers and volcanoes of California, Alaska, Crete and Hawaii. He has also discovered three new species of bacteria from Mono Lake in California — Spirochaeta americana, Desulfonatronum thiodismutans and Tindallia californiensis — and another, Carnobacterium pleistocenium, which survived for 32,000 years in a frozen Alaskan pond.