This week has been a watershed for news and information that is leading to full confirmation of extra-terrestrial life. While the mainstream narratives are all caught up in the fake Kremlin conspiracy, the real story can be found in the narratives which have their focus on science and religion and how they will be affected by the announcement of life in space.
Mankind is hell bent on discovering our origins and reenacting the big bang in huge colliders. Their objectives are to find the natural key to open the doorway to the mind of God and understand what it is like to have the power of God in their hands.
Back in 2013, the particle physicists at CERN were enthusiastic when they discovered the subatomic particle predicted more a half-century ago, that would explain what gives electrons and all matter in the universe size and shape.
The particle was named for Peter Higgs, one of the physicists who proposed its existence, but it later became popularly known as the “God particle.”
The particle’s existence helps confirm the theory that objects gain their size and shape when particles interact in an energy field with a key particle, the Higgs-Boson. The more they attract, the bigger their mass will be – or so the theory goes.
With this knowledge, we are edging closer to understanding how creation began and how powerful that force is on a quantum level. Many will entertain the idea that this is man playing God or trying to circumvent the magic that God has kept secret from mankind since the beginning of time.
The secrets of the creation process are revealing themselves and perhaps it is time that we realize that there may be that halfway point between the romanticism of the religious story of creation and the scientific method in which creation manifests and data confirms.
This opens the door to an even greater discussion as to what or even who is responsible for why we are here, where we are going, and how and why we exist.
You may not believe in powers that exist beyond Earth and beyond man’s comprehension, but it is evident that religious organizations now believe or at least have their ideas about the probability of exobiology, space agencies around the world are entertaining the ideas of life out in space and the United States military, NASA and other black-ops organizations have sensitive information that they have kept from the American people regarding strange anomalous activities in space.
It is getting to the point where NASA is no longer capable of keeping everything “top secret.” Some things cannot easily be explained by science.
NASA is finding it harder to hide the truth about an extraterrestrial presence in space and in the solar system. They are also finding it harder to hide the fact that the solar system is going through some abrupt changes.
Astrobiological explanations have blanketed the science journals lately giving us hints and clues that the probability of life everywhere in the Universe is highly likely. There are still the rigid scientists that want some of this speculation to go away.
It seems that the universe is beginning to become less mysterious and more indicative of how we became living breathing beings on this planet. Dr. Michael Callahan, from NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has given another firm push into the idea that the earth was seeded by comets and meteors.
Panspermia had been talked about since the 1960’s, however the idea of living cells coming from space was dismissed based on the possibility of contamination from earthly contact.
A lot of what Callahan has discovered can be found in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
The team found adenine and guanine in samples extracted from twelve carbon-rich meteorite. These are two of the nucleobases of Deoxyribonucleic acid. The other two are cytosine and thymine. Together, the four carry the encoding that makes possible life on Earth—and possibly other places around the universe.
This could mean that we are aliens to this planet, placed here by a cosmic designer or creator. This also means that out in space there is life, not just microbial life, but intelligent life that may or may not be anthropomorphic.
According to the research, the discovery “gives support to the theory that a “kit” of ready-made parts created in space and delivered to Earth by meteorite and comet impacts assisted the origin of life.”
The obvious implication of this discovery is that, if the building blocks of life are spread through the universe, delivered by comets and asteroids that impact on planets, the possibilities of life that uses the same blocks on other planets is a very real one.
The Drake Equation, which takes into account various factors like the rate of star formation, the fraction of stars that could form planetary systems, the number habitable planets in those systems, and so on, is now 55 years old. It doesn’t reflect the new information SETI researchers have collected since the 1960s.
A new study published in the journal, Astrobiology, seeks to integrate new exoplanet data as part of the Drake Equation while demonstrating the role of “pessimism” and “optimism” in estimating the odds of finding extra-terrestrial life.
Estimates derived by projects running under NASA’s Kepler satellite and a few other instruments suggest that out of the estimated billions stars in the known universe, 20 percent have planets that reside in habitable zones that have temperatures, atmospheres, and other traits that could support life.
New data is suggesting an even more optimistic view of the odds of finding life elsewhere in the universe.
University of Rochester astronomer and study co-author Adam Frank states “We’ve known for a long time approximately how many stars exist. We didn’t know how many of those stars had planets that could potentially harbor life, how often life might evolve and lead to intelligent beings, and how long any civilizations might last before becoming extinct.”
The new findings are making the odds better at finding extra-terrestrial life.
Today, a very important announcement out of Chile is making it harder to dispute the hypothesis that there is life in space or at least the building blocks for life.
Not only have researchers recently found water worlds and exoplanets in the habitable zone and an exoplanet with an atmosphere, but now the Atacama Large Millimeter Array in Chile has detected “the biological basis for life as we know it” in a burgeoning star system already shown to also contain simple sugars.
The three-star system is called IRAS 16293-2422 and it’s 400 light-years from Earth. In addition to the previously-detected simple sugars, we now know the star system contains methyl isocyanate, a complex organic molecule which is essential to forming peptides and amino acids which in turn build proteins. It’s been described as “a chemical building block of life.”
This is the first time this prebiotic molecule has been found near a “solar-type protostar” (meaning the type of young star from which our own Solar System developed during the early creation period). Studying this system could shed new insight into how our own planet formed and how the creation happened.
The discovery was detailed in two papers published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, one co-authored by Neil Ligterink and Audrey Coutens and the other co-authored by Rafael Martín-Doménech and Víctor M. Rivilla.
The latter authors said, “We are particularly excited about the result because these protostars are very similar to the sun at the beginning of its lifetime, with the sort of conditions that are well suited for Earth-sized planets to form.”
One of the authors of the first paper, Neil Ligterink, has also found methyl isocyanate forming in cold environments (like outer space), suggesting this building block of life is, in his words, likely to be present near most new young solar-type stars.
There is that old religious scripture that says in the beginning was the word, the word was with God, the word was God. Was it just words that organized the chaotic components of the universe? Or was that “word” a frequency or a signal that took place that cells and molecular structures responded to. The asteroids, the comets, and the Sun were all present at the creation and the frequencies of each planet were tuned and fine tuned to open the channel for creation.
In 1950, Immanuel Velikovsky published Worlds in Collision, a book detailing that in antiquity, catastrophe and cosmic upheaval were reoccurring events. Velikovsky’s research led to the disturbing conclusion that early civilizations were nearly destroyed by the close approach of a great comet.
From ancient texts and papyri we read that perhaps “creation” was not creation at all but a transitory moment where a reorganizing and rebuilding took place after a cosmic catastrophe. Those who were prepared before the great catastrophe knew how to take the building blocks for creation and apply them to a renewed Earth.
In an entirely different scenario, there could have been building blocks for life floating around in space, eventually coming to earth. Through a long process of evolution, these building blocks eventually divided and grew in much the same process as a sperm penetrates an ovum.
Picture the tail of the sperm cell. It travels a long way to get to the ovum, carrying information, building blocks and DNA necessary for the continued process of life. It penetrates the wall and delivers its cargo.
The Earth is destroyed and the life process begins again.
Fred Hoyle, a British astronomer was well known for his theories on stellar nucleosynthesis. Stellar nucleosynthesis is the process by which the natural abundances of the chemical elements within stars change due to nuclear fusion reactions in the cores and their overlying mantles. Hoyle had the hypothesis that these changes would produce the chemicals necessary to set the stage for life in the cosmos.
If we assume the theories of Fred Hoyle are true then comets and asteroids have always been carriers of the extra-terrestrial germ that made us.
They are carriers of the building blocks, information, and DNA to begin the life process on earth. It penetrates the earth’s atmosphere and eventually delivers its cargo.
And the life process begins.
We can extrapolate the natural means of transportation of life from Fred Hoyle‘s research model. Meteorites have been found on Earth that originated on Mars, which proves that material from one planet can travel to another. Since we have strong evidence to suggest that life has existed on Mars and perhaps still does, we can theorize that it might have been born here by the meteors or comets.
It was Charles Fort that theorized that the world or the universe as a single macro-creature, an “organic existence”, and that we owe this existence to some controller who had the wisdom to construct the earth and the universe similar to a human body. Something, or someone, sent building blocks for life to this planet knowing full well that they would take root and that a planet that was destroyed by cataclysm could be renewed again with DNA from beings that previously existed and thought of saving their seed for future planting.
Fort had envisioned extra-terrestrial tinkering. However, he stopped short of declaring them “human-like” or “anthropomorphic.” He often discussed the concept that a rain of flesh and blood, and components for human life were sent to the planet from another place. The speculation is that there has been an exchange of matter and life for billions of years.
It appears that perhaps this has been a constant exchange as it has been reported that perhaps that mars took mass from Jupiter and the planets may have accumulated mass from each other during a close passing in the galaxy’s infancy.
I often wondered why the other planets existed in our solar system and what their purpose might be. Well, it is becoming obvious that we may be seeing an interconnected exo or astro biosphere.
Much astrobiological attention is being focused s on the planet Mars with attempts to find evidence of contemporary life, fossil life and potential life habitats. The Jovian moon Europa, Saturn’s moon Enceladus the Venusian atmosphere, the outer planets and comets are also on the astrobiologist’s agenda but further down the timeline.
The unambiguous discovery of life on any one of these solar system objects would be a major scientific breakthrough and would offer the first direct test of the concept of an interconnected biosphere.
Imagine that all the planets in our solar system are symbiotic all having something to do with how life happens in our galaxy.
Discovering a companion extra-terrestrial species could bolster hopes for the long-term survival of humans off-planet. Extra-terrestrial life doesn’t need to present us with new technologies to help us become a multi-planetary species; all we need is the smallest building block to surface and from there the sky would not be the limit anymore.