posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 08:13 PM
reply to post by Phage
I think a word of caution, as Phage has mentioned is quite right.
The Journal of Cosmology does have some credibility issues: As an example an almost identical fossil and its' composite was declared by NASA
scientist Richard B. Hoover in 2011. He published pictures which look very similar to what is stated in this case.
NASA rebukes Hoover
Also this article specifically questions the Journal credibility:
Discovery, maybe not
What about the "Journal of Cosmology", where this supposedly groundbreaking paper is published? No matter the fancy affiliations of its editorial
staff, it's a pretty janky operation. The website looks like it was designed by a New Age music retailer in 1997, and the "about us" page brags about
how many hits it gets.
Similar to what is described above:
Richard B. Hoover: Fossils of cyanobacteria found in meteorites, disproved
Comment: I am by no means trying to "shoot the messenger". If turns into fact, it will be an incredible discovery, we just need some more analysis and
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picture of a misidentified alien life form from 2011, looking similar to this find.
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