As it turns out, there is quite a bit of evidence to support some of these ancient alien theories. However, it is all subject to interpretation, as it has not been validated. Evidence used to support the ancient alien theory can be found all over the world in ancient geoglyphs, art, sculptures, architecture and text. A mesmerizing topic that has captivated millions of people, Ancient Aliens brings to life the possibility that we are not alone in the cosmos and gives us a new perspective on life existing beyond our planet by looking within our very own past history and civilizations. Erich Von Daniken, one of the main figures responsible for popularizing the ancient astronaut hypotheses, has written twenty-six books referencing his theories on ancient aliens.
Anaerobes can only live without oxygen. When the Earth’s ozone started to form, over half the world’s organisms of anaerobes died off and later evolved to become aerobes, which can only survive with a constant supply of oxygen. Scientists believe that the high surface temperatures on the dark areas of Mars may be explained on the presence of living vegetation placed upon a dry vegetable mold. Coblentz, a scientist of physics and astrology, created a theory that ... ... middle of paper ... ...is or ever was life on Mars. Bibliography Burgess, Eric.
Another important fact against trust to all evidence is that most people who “contacted” UFO had a loss of memory in the aftermath. These are cases in which a person reports some ostensibly paranormal experience outside the confines of a controlled, laboratory situation. These include “telepathic and precognitive impres... ... middle of paper ... ... difficult to identify by a common person, and that is why to explain unknown flying objects they invented the notion of UFO. In reality, except a small group of people, “ufologists”, any other institution on the governments level or independent scientific community cannot prove the facts of UFO existence based on the evidence provided by its “supporters”. References 1.
Extraterrestrial life is life originating from elsewhere in the universe. Irrefutable scientific evidence of extraterrestrial life is yet to be found, but a lot of better evidence is found every now and then. Most scientists accept the idea of extraterrestrial life, stating that taking into account that our universe’s size, the number of galaxies, and most importantly the number of earth-like planets, are beyond our imagination. The above shows that if no life is found in our solar system, then that has no proof whatsoever that no extraterrestrial life exists. The universe is vast, way beyond our imagination.
The first reason as to why extraterrestrial life could perhaps exist is that there is a vast amount of galaxies, stars, planets, and solar systems that humans have not yet discovered. To think that humans, the only civilization on planet earth, are the only living organisms in space would be quite absurd. Furthermore, a second reason as to why extraterrestrials could subsist is that life thrives in the most extreme conditions. This means that whether organisms are in the depths of the ocean, in the midst of the ozone layer, or in the scorching hot temperatures of volcanos; life always finds a way to adapt. However, some may argue that life could not possible coin... ... middle of paper ... ...tings.
Star Mars Since the boom in space technology about 30 years ago, man has found the method for expanding his existence beyond the many once thought "unbreakable barriers." Together with this development in space technology came a large quantity of information and discoveries of the compounds of the universe, and scientific questions seemed to jump out in equal number. The question that captures the eye of the media today causing a bitter controversy is probably the most easy to understand, considering the complex astronomy jargon. Is life possible on Mars? The fact is we still don't know.
The theory that life can possibly exist on another planet is an exciting idea. The search for extraterrestrial life has been looked over countless times. So many people believe that there is life beyond planet earth, many others have realistic expectations to this theory. They simply just believe that this theory has no evidence to be prove that there is any extra-terrestrial intelligence anywhere in the universe. A vast number of people still consider this question especially scientists and astronomers who spend a lifetime trying to prove or disprove the idea that extra-terrestrial does exist in an outside universe.
Many scientists believe water did existed on the planet because three NASA rovers found rocks with appearance of channels, streams and even oceans spotted by orbiting satellites. A question was brought up to Richard Quinn, a SETI Institute researcher with Ames' Planetary Systems Branch, if Mars was a habitable environment? "Based on what we know about life in extreme environments, interpretations of mission results indicate that we are currently exploring habitable ancient environments on Mars, and I believe that these are solid interpretation...The question is about preservation potential of bio signature rather than intrinsic habitability of the ancient environment." (Quinn, The Daily Galaxy) Studies shows that extraterrestrial life can come from dying stars. Dying stars can support planets with life.
Also in May 2009, images of an unmanned spaceship showed what it seemed to look like drops on the surface that appeared to be built during the time of the mission of the spacecraft on Mars. Another place that has scientists believes life is a moon of Jupiter, Europa. Some of them believe that there is a giant, active salty ocean beneath its surface. This indicates that there is significant activity underneath that frozen surface. Another sign of life in Europe includes formations that looked like icebergs emerging from its surface, suggesting that oceans once covered the planet before it froze.
Truly, if we think about the unimaginable time and energy needed for such an interstellar journey, it seems that visits of ET life forms to earth are quite unlikely. Stanley Miller showed in 1953 that organic molecules can be made if ammonia, water vapour and hydrogen were irradiated. Therefore, scientists do have a strong belief that ET’s exist. An American astronomer, Frank Drake, tried to detail the probability of life elsewhere in the galaxy, and according to him, 10 per cent of nearly 400 billion stars in our galaxy are similarly like our sun. Therefore about 40 billion are possibly life-giving stars, and of these, maybe only 4 billion are like our Earth.