Recently, Alien microfossils have been found by NASA’s well respected astrobiologist Dr. Richard Hoover in meteorites called CI1 carbonaceous chondrites on earth. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center’s astrobiologist published his findings in the March edition of the Journal of Cosmology, a peer-reviewed scientific journal. He also challenges scientist to examine his work.
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To study the piece of carbonaceous meteorites that fell to Earth from space, Dr. Richard Hoover has used scanning electron microscopes. If it confirmed, then Dr. Richard Hoover's latest research would suggest life in the universe is comprehensive and life on Earth may have come from another place in the solar system, riding to our earth on space rocks such as moons, comets and other cosmological bodies. The evidence of microfossils is like cyanobacteria - blue-green algae, also identified as pond scum on the recently fractured outer space of three meteorites.
According to the Dr. Hoover telephone interview, “These microscopic structures had lots of carbon, a marker for Earth-type life, and almost no nitrogen, which is the sign of earthly life, but the lack of it only means that whatever nitrogen was in these structures has decomposed out into a gaseous form long ago.” To review the paper of Dr. Richard Hoover research, they have invited 100 experts and issued a general invitation to more than 5000 scientist from the scientific community to give their critical analysis.