So one of the most common things I see here are humanoid aliens and aliens that are basically humans modified. I don't think I recall any alien life
forms being posted here that are not bipedal upright big head creatures.
For the purposes of trying to focus on just what might be out there, I'd like to share with you all a video. On a topic about using microbes to build
buildings for architects, and looking into livings systems of construction, a visiting professor showed us this video of something she had made.
She claimed that the "life-like" items in this video were made with, i kid you not, bacon fat, olive oil, and vinegar. What I saw absolutely struck
me as amazing.
These things have no DNA, and are made of different chemicals then what would have created us. And yet, for all purposes, they act alive.
If ever there was proof that aliens can come in all shapes and sizes in all forms and consciousnesses, this video was it.
From what we were told, they eat something,and they excrete those tail things from the movement. Energy use, for instance.
Boy are you right! I work for the Child Support Enforcement division and people are making life all the time! Sometimes they don't even know they
did it. Sometimes 3 or 4 or 50 people get together and make life, and nobody even knows who is responsible for it.
The video looks to me, like the microscope was sitting on a table where another machine was running. The vibrations caused movement in the fluids used
to hold the cover to the slide. It doesn't look alive to me, it looks more like vibrating bubbles.
According to the speak, it was a fishbowl left alone or something. Probably a petri dish occasionally. Essentially, the bubbles are making soap. I
forget exactly, but it is a legitimate chemical reaction and series of them which generate chemical interaction and the membranes to go out and find
"food" to run on. No vibrations.
It looks exactly like bubbles under a microscope slide.
I wouldn't be surprised if the oils had a lot to do with the movements. Not saying the clip isn't real, just that the commentary suggests something
that may be a lot more mysterious than the reality. Especially if it was observed while in a petri dish. Great job on the focus and magnification if
this was really in a petri dish though! I would have expected the bubbles to come in and out of focus a lot more. Again, this could be due to the oil
Just my opinion, I'm no microbiol expert but I've played with my fair share of light and dissecting microscopes.
Its chemical programing. Lipid bilayer. Each molecule has its own desires and eating certain chemicals causes programming. It is bubbles. But they are
membranes with one hydrophobic and one hydro-loving.
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