Special microbes will meteorites as delicious Humans may have “alien lineages”?

Beijing time on December 24, according tomedia reports, some experts believe that the Earth’s human origin from extraterrestrial life, in fact, this is a serious scientific research topic, this view is also known as “the source of the hypothesis”, that the form of life on Earth does not originate from the Earth, but from the fall of the earth meteorite alien microorganisms. Now, scientists have found that microbes that “eat meteorites” further increase the likelihood that life on Earth originated on an extraterrestrial planet.

Heat-thirsty metalcoccus can grow on the NWA 1172 stone meteorite, using the metal matter on the meteorite as the only source of energy, the experimental results show that when the microbe grew in the NWA 1172 meteorite, its cells have a strong movement, meaning they think this meteorite is very delicious food.

当然,目前科学家未发现来自其他星球的微生物,“有生源假设”是一个很难验证的假设理论,但是近期发表在《科学报告》杂志的一项最新研究或将揭晓其中的谜团。

Study author Astrobiologists at the University of Vienna looked at a particular microbe called Metallosphaera sedula, which likes to feed on metals because meteorites are filled with the metal the microbe craves. The researchers hope to confirm whether these microbes can adapt to “meteorite food” from an alien planet.

Heat-thirsty metalcoccus can grow on the NWA 1172 stone meteorite, using the metal matter on the meteorite as the only source of energy, the experimental results show that when the microbe grew in the NWA 1172 meteorite, its cells have a strong movement, meaning they think this meteorite is very delicious food.

The experiment has shown that meteorites can provide healthy and suitable living conditions for microorganisms, and scientists speculate that this may be related to the variety of delicious minerals present in space rocks, some of which may contain about 30 different types of metal materials that will provide a balanced nutrient for the thermococcal bacteria.

While the study is difficult to provide conclusive evidence of “birthary hypothesis”, the researchers believe it provides a theoretical model of how life on Earth originated, and one can imagine a sudden disaster after a metal-rich alien planet in a distant galaxy, a hard-fought microbe of a hot-smelling metalcoccus, thrives. The planet collided with another planet, prompting microbes to carry splashrocks through space.

These microbes can survive interstellar travel because they carry space rocks that provide a source of food and are a transport vehicle for them to travel through space. If meteorites carrying these microbes collide on the Earth’s surface, they may be the original creatures of the early barren Earth, evolving over hundreds of millions of years to eventually form the ecosystems of the earth today.

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