Panspermia — Traces of Martian Life Inside A Meteorite

There was once a NASA researcher named David McKay who back in 1996 said he had found what appeared to be traces of Martian life inside a meteorite that was recovered in Antartica, back in 1984. Immediately, I conjure up images of a conspiracy or a cover-up by government authorities.

This is what scientists call, "Panspermia," the spreading of life throughout the galaxy. A theory that life on earth originated from micro-organisms or chemical-precursors of life that are floating around in outer space. What was so surprising about this discovery was that; life inside meteors was discovered many times before, by other scientists at NASA but sadly, none have been verified or confirmed as being the ancient remains of alien life or "Panspermia," for that matter. As if being shoved under the carpet, so to speak by officials.

In March of 2011 another NASA scientist, Richard Hoover claimed to have discovered tiny fossils of "alien bugs" that resembled algae and cyanobacteria inside meteors.

The co-discoverer of DNA, Francis Crick believed human genes could not have evolved on earth in such a short period of time, by chance alone, from the primeval soap mix to modern man. To him, the belief in evolution is extremely unlikely.

These findings were heavily distributed and reported by the media. What's interesting is the fact there has been no follow-up investigations and since the discovery of "Panspermia" there has hardly been a mention of it.

"Panspermia" are the sparks of the energy, of living matter sent from far off worlds, floating around in space, just waiting for an opportunity to land on a distant hospitable planet much like our own planet, Earth.

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