Tuesday, March 8, 2011

NASA Findings Alien Fossil Wrong Problem

A scientist of NASA (National Space Agency of the United States of America) claim to have discovered fossilized bacteria in meteorites. However, his own superiors in fact denied the claim.
As previously VIVAnews broadcast, a scientist named Richard B. Hoover, showed evidence of living things in the meteorites. 

Researchers from NASA's Marshall Flight Center claimed that he and his team found evidence of living creatures in the form of a rare fossilized bacteria, which live in outer space boulders of it. This image is obtained by using a microscope. He thinks that the little fossil bacteria are cyanobacteria. But, it turns out wrong.

Just to note, Cyanobacteria are blue-green bacteria that fall into the category Autotroph photosynthetic bacteria. He can produce their own food with the help of sunlight chemically.
The report now and then stopped its expansion by NASA, despite published last Friday in one of the online journal eccentric: Journal of Cosmology.

Due kecorobohan Hoover, NASA began to consider his job. Monday, Paul Hertz, chief of NASA's mission directorate said that NASA can not stand behind him and support scientific claims.

"We were not able to support scientific claims thoroughly reviewed thoroughly and qualify ... We did not even know the paper submission to the Journal of Cosmology or publications that happened lately," said Hertz.

In response to this issue, the Journal of Cosmology also participated in opening your mouth. Media publications that 2-year-old claimed that the publication had been tested together with scientists.

In this case, the journal editors said that an article that was sent Hoover has been through criticism than 100 leading scientists and deserves inclusion in the journal. In normal scientific research, peer-review is required for prior to publication to ensure accuracy.

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