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Discussion in 'UFO and Aliens' started by Debi, Mar 7, 2019.
Might be just hype,because sales are down on the mag.
Come on National Geographic where's the great pics.
Microorganisms have been captured by high altitude weather balloons at the height that no Earth-based microorganism could be. Also, on the exterior of the ISS, sea plankton has been observed living in the vacuum of space. It's now becoming known that the universe is full of life - even microscopic life living in the vacuum of space. It's a disservice to the public and humanity in general to keep insisting that eventually we'll "discover life" out there, when we already have. Science needs to correct itself. I have a biology book that in no unambiguous way, states that panspermia has been disproven for several reasons, but the most relevant to this topic are that the microorganisms on meteorites would burn to a crisp in our atmosphere, and that microorganisms unprotected in the vacuum of space would be killed by ultraviolet light and other radiation. Yet, it's apparent that microorganisms are alive and well in the vacuum of space. So we need to stop relying on old ideas that are wrong. The status quo unfortunately has tremendous inertia.