Extraterrestrial Life: NASA Researcher Explains Meteorite

By: Bill Waters - Staff Writer
Published: Mar 6, 2021

Extraterrestrial Life. NASA researcher discovers evidence of extraterrestrial alien life inside a meteorite.

Dr. Richard B. Hoover, an astro-biologist from NASA’s Marshall Spaceflight Center, has just published a paper in The Journal of Cosmology about his discovery of fossilized bacteria that he believes arrived on the Earth from “comets, moons, and other astral bodies.”

The implication of Hoover’s discovery, if proven true, is that there is life everywhere throughout the universe, and, more controversially, life here on Earth may have originated elsewhere.

Hoover’s discovery comes days after the UK’s Ministry of Defence released another massive batch of UFO-elated documents.

If life does exist throughout the universe — and if, as is widely believed by cosmologists, the physical universe goes on forever to infinity — then every conceivable possible form of life must exist “out there,” somewhere in the multiverse.

All of this public disclosure arrives as Hollywood is about to launch a wave of alien-inspired films, including the alien invasion film Battle: Los Angeles, and the Apollo moon mission conspiracy flick Apollo 18.

On the other hand, Colonel John B. Alexander’s new book on UFOs claims there is no one in the US government in charge of dealing with this alleged extraterrestrial invasion.


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