Aliens are in the ground
Thursday, February 26, 2009

In the depth we need to descend, instead of staring up fruitless. That was the central message of the American professor and Paul Davies at the annual mega-meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Chicago.


By Marcel Hulspas.

Deep layers of nature and super hot springs in the deep sea are not even completely identified, possibly 'alien' world.

Forget Mars and all those other distant planets where extraterrestrial life may be present. The search for extraterrestrial life is incredibly expensive and time consuming - if he has something useful benefits. And while we in the earth's crust and oceans, a few kilometers depth, a completely 'alien' world to find living creatures live where we can not imagine.

In the depth we need to descend, instead of staring up fruitless. That was the central message of the American professor (and wetenschapspopularisator) Paul Davies at the annual mega-meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in Chicago.

Davies urged his colleagues on a 'Mission to Earth "to organize in his eyes a much greater chance of Aliens to than NASA's search for extraterrestrial life. He points out that life on Earth billions of years ago in several places and in multiple forms, can occur, and that is likely that other, by 'our' life repressed life is still somewhere on our planet hiding.


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