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Egg found in Martian Meteorite

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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 11:38 AM
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Originally posted by zorgon


meteorito-meteorite.blogspot.com...

This is not a reliable or reputable source.


journalofcosmology.com...
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en.wikipedia.org...

Cosmology is not a reliable or reputable science. This journal is not adhered to by the scientific community at large.




posted on May, 10 2012 @ 11:59 AM
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Originally posted by BluFenix

Originally posted by zorgon



journalofcosmology.com...
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en.wikipedia.org...

Cosmology is not a reliable or reputable science. This journal is not adhered to by the scientific community at large.

Cosmology certainly is a "reputable science." What are you smoking?

The Journal in question is as reputable as they come. Roger Penrose is one of its editors. Ever heard of him?

Will you say he's "not reputable?"

If the scientific community doesn't "adhere" to what's in this journal, it's only because most of the scientific community is not involved with Cosmology.

Harte



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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Originally posted by frugal
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How do they know its meterorite from Mars? And how does there become a meteroite from Mars here?
How often does Earth send a Meterorite to Mars? I don't see many of our rocks taking off into space, except for maybe that Yucatan impact incident that supposedly killed the dinasaurs... Have they brought rocks back from Mars yet? Is this how they know it was specifically from Mars?

You can look at the chemistry/composition to figure out where it is from. They have found plenty of rocks from Mars and they most likely was sent here during asteroid impacts on Mars that sometimes sends rocks our way.
I am sure there are earth rocks that made it to other planets as well.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 12:10 PM
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Man that's where I friggin hid that last easter egg in 1994 that I could never find...MAN!



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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EGG- cellent, I knew there was life out there :-)



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 12:47 PM
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Originally posted by Havick007
I'm still very interested in the martian "blueberries" that litter the landscape in some parts of Mars.
Just look at the area around Victoria Crater, they are everywhere!!
I have had an interest in these since I first started posting on ATS but it seems as though they have all but been forgotten!


Yes the Blueberries are fascinating
They were named that by NASA because one of the scientists was eating a muffin and commented that they looked like the blueberries in his muffin (true story)

When you see the color images from the Rovers you can see why...




I really like THIS one



Close ups






But your right... they are mostly forgotten





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posted on May, 10 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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Seems the floodgates are opened regarding info surrounding possible (past) life on Mars, doesn't it?



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 02:26 PM
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Like the Methane on Mars papers that show its not geological and recurring?

Nah no floodgates Most people forget about it a few weeks after its posted



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 02:52 PM
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Originally posted by zorgon
reply to post by Romekje


Like the Methane on Mars papers that show its not geological and recurring?

Nah no floodgates Most people forget about it a few weeks after its posted


Especially if there is no controlled, secure and reported investigation [ahem].



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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With even a microbe originating from mars, this completely flushes all major religions (finally). Maybe then we can stop dwelling in fairy tales and start towards an actual world based on academics and scientific achievement..get into space, start colonizing things, clean up the earth, etc...




AGREED!!!!! ! !! !!! !!!! !

But... Those Gods Deity's In those Cannon Books
Is another Mans Creator ,, as we know as Aliens ... Those that Came From Heaven to Earth

Another Made Illuminati / Masonic Symbolic Film ? As Ridley Scott Made a Few of Them like Bladerunner

Reaching for the Gods of Man ...

Then Curious Wonder when you look at the Stars at night and what to go there as the majority of Us Do!

Prometheus - Peter Weyland TED 2023 [OFFICIAL CLIP] - HD -


We are the Gods Now Close ... we can ReCreate, Alter, Modify, Life Now ...


Planet of the Apes

George Taylor: A planet where apes evolved from men? There's got to be an answer.
Dr. Zaius: Don't look for it, Taylor. You may not like what you find.
www.imdb.com...


Prometheus International Launch Trailer


I would Have No Doubt we are not alone in this Solar System of Ours



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 03:34 PM
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Holy crap.
Bring that sucker to earth an hatch the thing!!



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 03:44 PM
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I believe it's entirely possible that there was once life on Mars. However, I just don't believe this particular object is an example of it or proof of it. That doesn't mean that we won't get proof or that there was never life there, it's just that this particular example isn't indicative of it.
I feel that it's just an egg shaped rock, a very tiny egg shaped rock, and nothing more.
Now, if the geysers posted are found to contain petroleum, that would be proof for me that there was life at one time. If we find actual fossils, that would be proof that there was life at one time. A microscopic pebble in the shape of an egg is not proof that there was life at one time.
I accept the hypothesis but reject the example as proof of the hypothesis.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 04:00 PM
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Originally posted by SaturnFX
Is it from mars? Is it absolutely a egg? Of what (obviously some bacteria, but is there any possible way to verify what strain, or is it too much of just a fossil for such identifications to be even plausable)?

If this is
1) From mars and
2) Life

Then this is indeed earth shattering.

Show me where in the bible it talks about creating life on mars....the core of the bible depends on earth alone being the life planet..yep, in the whole universe, only earth has life on it, hand crafted by a deity.


From a theological standpoint for those who believe in the bible;
The bible doesn't say that the earth is the only place in the universe that has life on it. That's an assumption that people make. The bible discusses the theology involved in how life came about on earth, but it doesn't say it's the only place with life. Why would it? We live on earth, our ancestors lived on earth, thousands of years ago, they didn't have the concept of planets and stars and solar systems and the universe that we have today, so they wouldn't have bothered to talk about life on those things they didn't realize existed.
The bible doesn't discuss Pluto, but Pluto exists. The bible doesn't discuss the periodic table, but it exists. There are infinitely many things that exist that aren't mentioned in the bible, that doesn't mean they don't exist, it just means those things weren't the focus of the bible. Finding life on other planets doesn't disprove the bible so life or no life out there doesn't affect the beliefs of Christianity.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by BluFenix

en.wikipedia.org...

Cosmology is not a reliable or reputable science. This journal is not adhered to by the scientific community at large.


Wikipedia doesn't say that it is a nonreputable science. Hell, even rationalwiki.org... doesn't say it, and they're willing to say anything is false if they can.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by BluFenix


journalofcosmology.com...


Cosmology is not a reliable or reputable science. This journal is not adhered to by the scientific community at large.



Gee whiz, if you can't trust the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics who can you trust?



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 05:58 PM
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Didn't have the time to read the whole thread, so I apologize if I am repeating what other posters have already noted.

The science claiming this is might be an egg sounds pretty sound to me. I am no biologist, but I know a little.

If the egg is 10 micrometers, which is barely visible, then most likely what would have hatched from the egg could probably grow to a couple of centimeters in length, or bigger.

This might indicate that there could be more, or at least was, more advanced life forms on mars than single cell organisms, and bacteria.


Maybe there are giant worms living under the soil, like in the "Dune" series. Arrakis has been found, it is Mars. That must be why we have lost all those probes sent to the surface. The worms think they are those little critters that we might have seen on some of the pictures sent back from the rovers that weren't swallowed by the giant worms.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 06:10 PM
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I wish they had found a martian egg-plant.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 07:01 PM
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Originally posted by PurpleChiten

Originally posted by SaturnFX
Is it from mars? Is it absolutely a egg? Of what (obviously some bacteria, but is there any possible way to verify what strain, or is it too much of just a fossil for such identifications to be even plausable)?

If this is
1) From mars and
2) Life

Then this is indeed earth shattering.

Show me where in the bible it talks about creating life on mars....the core of the bible depends on earth alone being the life planet..yep, in the whole universe, only earth has life on it, hand crafted by a deity.


From a theological standpoint for those who believe in the bible;
The bible doesn't say that the earth is the only place in the universe that has life on it. That's an assumption that people make. The bible discusses the theology involved in how life came about on earth, but it doesn't say it's the only place with life. Why would it? We live on earth, our ancestors lived on earth, thousands of years ago, they didn't have the concept of planets and stars and solar systems and the universe that we have today, so they wouldn't have bothered to talk about life on those things they didn't realize existed.
The bible doesn't discuss Pluto, but Pluto exists. The bible doesn't discuss the periodic table, but it exists. There are infinitely many things that exist that aren't mentioned in the bible, that doesn't mean they don't exist, it just means those things weren't the focus of the bible. Finding life on other planets doesn't disprove the bible so life or no life out there doesn't affect the beliefs of Christianity.


The bible states that god formed the earth to be inhabited, and only the earth. The stated purpose of all the stars and heavenly lights is to mark the seasons and to give light to earths "inhabitants", this of course doesn't mean that the stars can't be inhabited as well. Also, the bible does speak of non-terrestrial life, but are of the spiritual realm, called angels. So while the bible doesn't exactly say whether or not there is actual biological life on other planets, it is certainly not silent on the issue as some would have us believe.



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 07:51 PM
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How does a rock get off mars and comes to earth? Are there earth meteorites on other planets too?



posted on May, 10 2012 @ 08:14 PM
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Im not a expert, but i will say that is nearly impossible, due to our gravity strengh and our atmosphere.!
In Mars the gravity is weaker and the atmosphere not so "dense" as in the Earth.
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