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So Phage what does this mean to you??? Just trying to understand your skepticism on why you try to disprove potential evidence that may attribute to life elsewhere in this vast universe???
Aside from traditional scientific skepticism over any extraordinary claim, what's the agenda? Follow what "money"? Where? What do you even mean putting "money" in quotes?
Originally posted by InnerPeace2012
The problem with "peer" reviews is that it get's PTB attention. And if you follow the "money", this can be easily written off as just space rocks. This is basically agenda driven.
Originally posted by Urantia1111
However, the truth it reveals is still too terrifying for many people to accept. I'm sure some of them will show up here to cry about it.
Originally posted by Chrysalis
reply to post by ShortStuff
Who knows, sometimes it takes 40 years for scientists to realise a moon rock isn't a moon rock after all ...
Moon rock given to Holland by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin is fake
However scientists cannot agree that a fetus is a living thing before its born?
Originally posted by intrptr
Why is it always "fossils" of life found on meteorite?
Wake me when "living life" is found on one.
Interstellar sperms is BS. We would have found it by now on all the multi thousands of tons of stuff raining down.
Originally posted by tluna1
not to derail or diminish this post. i just have to laugh becasue astrobiologists and microbiologist find tiny little microbes in far fetched places and claim life.. which is cool and interesting that life lives there. However scientists cannot agree that a fetus is a living thing before its born? Really? Just thought that was ironic.