Re: (meteorobs) Re: Comets Spread Earth-life Around Galaxy

On Sat, Feb 14, 2004 at 10:02:08AM +1300, Graham & Amy Palmer wrote:
> Hi folks... I agree with Bruce. I believe we need take this type of seeding
> seriously if we are to understand our origins... In a related story, there
> is mounting evidence to say that the structures found in "that" Martian
> meteorite, really are micro fossils... If this is true, then that puts the
> arrival of life in our solar system at around 4 billion years before
> present... A full 500 million years prior to the oldest fossils found on
> earth... Perhaps life got established there (and possibly even Venus before
> it got too hot) then arrived here in a similar way to ALH84001,65.
> Perhaps we are the Martians! (or Venusians!)
> http://www.universetoday.com/am/publish/further_evidence_life_mars_meteorite.html?522004

Yes. This is an intriguing sunject directly related to comets, meteors, and
impacts, etc. More information on the theory of Panspermia can be found at:


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