Life Spotted on Venus - Russian Scientist

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posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 11:01 PM
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And this supposed object is somehow just placed only two feet from the probe? Really....People...get real...It's not like this is a probe that had wheels on it and traveled around Venus and suddenly came up on something. This is part of tha space craft that fell off as it landed. as far as the amoeba, it probably came from earth and hitched a ride and fell off to when it got backed to death at 1500 degrees...case closed....Our own human being ship caused it...




posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 10:46 AM
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Originally posted by SmArTbEaTz
For all we know we could be a computer program on a loop cycle...


Speak for yourself.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 09:45 AM
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The makers of the Venera probes do not believe in defects or lens trickery, and agree with Ksanfomality's interpretation. The scorpion vanished in a rock groove or surface fissure, that could reach far below the surface. If composed inside of molten silicates, it would travel this way. Silicon based life is suitable on Venus, with no water and oxygen, extreme temp and 60-90x earth pressures, sulphuric acid cloud droplets, CO2 and N2 atmosphere, and abundant silicate minerals notably in the highlands. The highlands likely contain metallic compounds like iron pyrite. Iron abundance strengthens and makes highly stable complex silanes that form organosilicates, analogous to carbon life. Wang showed organic silicon nanotubes can wrap helical silanes, much like carbon on earth wraps DNA. These highlands have unexplainable bizarre pancake domes that resemble in detail living clusters of cell colonies. Pancake domes grow in clusters on Venus, and are all the same height and width of their neighbor. Silicon based organic activities beneath pancake domes could explain these organized features, better than the geologic interpretation of underground channels of magma rising to the surface and rapidly solidifying to form pancake domes. See strong evidence, photos, links, for silicon-life on the Venus pancake domes and arachnoids at

holographicgalaxy.blogspot.com...



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 10:00 AM
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The makers of the Venera probes do not believe in defects or lens trickery, and agree with Ksanfomality's interpretation


Ksanfomality was one of the original researchers on the Venera missions. I have seen nothing from his colleagues that support his interpretations. No-one has claimed that there is any defect or lens trickery involved. The "scorpion" appears to be nothing more than a digital data compression artifact.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 11:14 AM
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The only image that struck me as being unusual is the "Black Rag" at the end of the soil compression testing arm which vanished at the 27 minute mark. Maybe when the arm was lowered, "it" was blown away? But I don't know the time sequence involved in the arms operation...




posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 02:44 PM
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whos to say creatures from other planets require oxygen? just because earth based life needs it doesnt mean everything else does, maybe some life out there doest need water? when it comes to exploring space you need to think of every possible outcome, we know nothing about what lies out there



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 03:08 PM
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49 stars

and

100 flags

for a hoax story ?




posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 03:28 PM
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I remember thinking when I was a child that people had to be nuts to debate if there were other planets or not, because they had not been identified as of yet most people stuck with the whole "no proof thing" just like they did the flat Earth theory until proven wrong.

In every case where the debate centers around us being "unique" we have been proven wrong.

My money says, there is life on Venus, life on Mars. Life on Titan and Europa and probably other worlds right here in our system

If it has a medium and/or planetary surface some form of life originated, we have found life in every medium and surface on our world and these worlds have been bombarded with the material from our world over billions of years and vice versa

The silicon guy above is likely right or maybe it's even stranger, look at the photos, Atmosphere, Wind, Gravity, Light, Heat Energy, Surface Rock, so it's a lot hotter, so what? There are chemical interactions and material and energy and gas what else is actually needed, something lives there even if like Mars mostly in the ground, it's obvious really if you think about it.



posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 04:47 PM
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Originally posted by Cassius666
Average temperature is well above 1500 Fahrenheit. Whatever would live there cant be carbon based. Atmosphere is primarily Co2. Our hypothetical scorpion would have to resist high temperatures and breathe the way trees breathe.


And what makes you think that's not possible?

We're one little rock in an infinite sea of rocks. Life thrives EVERYWHERE on our planet, it's likely to do well on many other planets as well, in many other forms.






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