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Contradicting Sergei Bulat of the genetics laboratory at the Saint Petersburg Institute of Nuclear Physics who had said Thursday that samples obtained from the underground Lake Vostok in May 2012 contained a bacteria bearing no resemblance to existing types, the AFP reports that the head of the genetics laboratory at the same institute said on Saturday that the strange life forms were actually lab-induced contaminants. "We found certain specimen, although not many. All of them were contaminants" that were brought there by the lab during research, Vladimir Korolyov told the Interfax news agency. "That is why we cannot say that previously-unknown life was found," he said.
Originally posted by NoJoker13
reply to post by okyouwin
Clearly you don't fully grasp scientific reasoning or understand expressions. I suggest you goggle "crawl into a ball" to educate yourself. Then maybe look into the universe and realize on the span of time we've been here for just an instant and the fact that we've survived this long is baffling. Clearly the unknown does not interest you so just stay safe inside your ball.