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I am so curious why this story is not breaking News
these results were sent to Nasa who apparently did not want to know ?
And when you see Hubbles picture like the one below, you just know we're not alone
There also exists the possibility that we are unique in this experience we call "life".
It is becoming more and more widely accepted in the Scientific community that "Panspermia" was how the earth MAY have first been populated carrying the building blocks of life throughout the cosmos
The Sun’s birth cluster -- assumed to be roughly the same age as the Earth’s solar system -- slowly broke apart when the Solar System was approximately 135 million to 535 million years old, Moro-Martín said. In addition, the Sun could have been ripe for weak transfer up to 700 million years after the Solar System formed.
So, if life arose on Earth shortly after surface water was available, there were possibly about 400 million years when life could have journeyed from the Earth to another habitable world, and vice versa, the researchers report. If life had an early start in other planetary systems and developed before the Sun’s birth cluster dispersed, life on Earth may have originated beyond our solar system
The color was found to be due to the presence of a large amount of spores of a lichen-forming alga belonging to the genus Trentepohlia. Field verification showed that the region had plenty of such lichens. Samples of lichen taken from Changanacherry area, when cultured in an algal growth medium, also showed the presence of the same species of algae. Both samples (from rainwater and from trees) produced the same kind of algae, indicating that the spores seen in the rainwater most probably came from local sources.
Red Rain of Kerala