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British researchers find signs of extraterrestrial life on meteor

by | 12th, March 2013

Aliens on Saturn

DON’T worry. The simple organisms from the great beyond are going to invade and tell us what to do. It will be okay:

“Researchers in the United Kingdom have found algae-like fossils in meteorite fragments that landed in Sri Lanka last year. This is the strongest evidence yet of cometary panspermia — that life on Earth began when a meteorite containing simple organisms landed here, billions of years ago — and, perhaps more importantly, that there’s life elsewhere in the universe.”

Now that is big news…

Photo: Undated handout photo issued by Eden’s Science Month of a bizarre jellyfish-like being dreamt up by a British scientist as an example of life ‘not as we know it’. This is what evolution might have come up with on a world such as Saturn’s moon Titan, Dr Maggie Alderin-Pocock believes. Dr Alderin-Pocock envisages creatures that float through clouds of methane, scooping chemical nutrients into their gaping mouths. The aliens keep themselves aloft by means of dangling onion-like buoyancy bags, and communicate with pulses of light. 

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