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Originally posted by OldDragger
reply to post by rusethorcain
How could Human DNA, which is only found on Earth, contain DNA not found on Earth?
Apollo 12 remembered In 1991, as Apollo 12 Commander Pete Conrad reviewed the transcripts of his conversations relayed from the moon back to Earth, the significance of the only known microbial survivor of harsh interplanetary travel struck him as profound: "I always thought the most significant thing that we ever found on the whole...Moon was that little bacteria who came back and lived and nobody ever said [anything] about it."
Astronaut Pete Conrad (photographed by crew mate Alan Bean) inspects Surveyor 3's camera assembly. Surveyor 3 landed on the moon on April 20, 1967, at 2.94° S, 23.34° W in Oceanus Procellarum.On Nov. 12, 1969, Conrad and Bean piloted the Apollo 12 Lunar Module (background) to a landing 156 m (512 ft) away.
NASA-funded scientists have long studied life in extreme environments. From astrobiology to extremeophiles and survivophiles, the search for life in harsh places has led to a smorgasbord of discoveries seemingly ripped from the pages of science fiction. The Antarctic amphipod has gotten scientists talking again: if life-forms as complex as these can survive deep within sub-glacial waters could they survive in other unusual and unfriendly environments in space?
Originally posted by bluemirage5
reply to post by Wolfenz
You have got me thinking......
We know all the space junk that arrives on Earth from time to time, do in fact carry living organisms. This gets in to Earth's food chain of which Humans consume.....
We do know over time that our DNA changes via the food chain and environment, we also know DNA is passed from both parents to child and so on.
Every so many years a new "humanoid" is found. It does'nt mean it comes from aliens not of Earth.
Originally posted by SaosinEngaged
I am not the type of person to believe a charlatan trying to proclaim a human skull with obvious genetic mutations (perfectly fitting the criteria for Progeria) is actually that of an "E.T./ Human Hybrid."
Originally posted by MajorKarma
Very interesting post/subject. If the scientist in this video know what they are talking about, it not only puts another fact on the table confirming the existence and presents of ET but some very interesting facts about how they (ET) could be breeding with Humans. I am carrying forward the video
and adding another on the subject:
Originally posted by Blue Shift
Let me begin the debunking by asking just how anyone can determine that a particular bit of DNA is "alien," as opposed to simply mutated or damaged? Seeing as how we don't have any alien DNA strands to compare it to.