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Saturday, 28 February 2015 23:59

The relatively recent (late 90's) discovery of an American scientist Jed Klampeta and professor of astronomy Thomas Gold plunged many Western scholars as a shock: they believe that all life on Earth originated from oil, the origin of which is previously associated with phytoplankton - the simplest organisms that lived in the ocean 300 million years ago.

Geologists and biologists have always believed that deep underground can be life-threatening because of the lack of Sunlight and air, as well as extremely high temperature and pressure. But not so long ago, scientists discovered underground bacteria that do not need light and can produce energy by chemical means.

Thomas Gold believes that "science has fallen victim to the theory, which assumes that the times we live on the surface of the Earth, on the surface it all started."

Professor believes that the first organisms originated deep underground, and only by chance were outside, which eventually led to the emergence of man. The core of the Earth, in his opinion, since the birth of the planet contains almost unlimited number of "fossil fuels."

As proof of Gold drilled a well in Sweden - a country where oil has never been and could not be, and at a depth of 4 miles discovered hydrocarbons.

Oil - an excellent source for such microbes, which are thought to scientists now live at great depths for billions of years.

"While we think that life is only possible on planetary surfaces, ground conditions could be described as unique. But if we talk about the life that exists deep within the earth, our planet is fairly standard in this respect, and it is this form of life may be common to all the planets of the Universe "- Astrobiology Institute NASA schitaetsotrudnik David Noever.

This idea is supported by a professor of genetics and Steve Jones from London: "Down there, there is an unknown Universe, which has already produced organisms with so strange metabolism (metabolism) that compared with them man and fungus do not differ from each other."

According to recent reports, there are organisms on Earth called Methanococcus Jannaschii, who live in the ocean at a temperature of minus 185 degrees Fahrenheit and a pressure of 3700 pounds per square inch, without the need for Sunlight. So far found more than 500 species of microorganisms such Nona is possible that there are many more.

Scientists from the American Institute of the human genome have found that two-thirds of the genes of these organisms are not familiar biological science. This means that they constitute "a separate branch of the highway of life." And this unknown form of life on our planet is up to 50% of the total biomass of the Earth.

"Ichthyander" can be used on me with | dapiya novyhchistyh energy sources and even cleaned prazheinye territory: some of them can withstand extremely high levels of radiation. Given that they live on earth so more than 3 billion years and thrive even in a solution of Super Concentrated sulfuric acid, the stable form of life could exist on other planets.

"This discovery is equivalent to the discovery of a new Universe right under our noses - said University of Illinois scientist Carl Voes. - If Homo sapiens will disappear from the face of the Earth as a result of a disaster, these microorganisms will take to the land, to conquer the planet. "

Traces of life were discovered under the ice in Antarctica. Scientists, this finding suggests the idea that such a life can exist under ice and other frozen planets. Within 150 days of the scientists heated and covered microscopic dust particles, which existed under the two-meter ice cap in a million years, after which they turned into algae that even retained the ability to photosynthesize.

The presence of live bacteria in a meteorite, found in 1996 in Antarctica, also suggests the conclusion that these organisms can live today on all the planets of the solar system, and hence the life on Earth could have been brought from outside.

Point of the «i» Robert Pored put, one of the authors of the sensational scientific communication: "If the meteorite or comet can bring undamaged carbon atoms on the surface of the Earth, it is likely that other organic compounds can survive such an impact. This means that it has provided space planet those materials, which are then emerged life. "

These discoveries foreign scientists commented director of the Paleontological Institute, one of the founders of a new direction in the bacterial paleontology Alexei Rozanov:

- The remains of life, American scientists found McKay in 1996, in the fragment of a meteorite were cyanobacteria, known as blue-green algae, which are complete and in earth ponds. After this discovery, President Clinton personally gave the order to reorient the biological aspect of NASA space exploration.

Indeed, it appears that even the oil is formed by cyanobacteria, which productivity is so enormous that it is enough to create all the fields of the world. Many ore also produced by bacterial!

But cyanobacteria live where there is Sunlight, they breathe. This means that their planets should be atmosphere. Academician Ivan from the Institute of Microbiology suggests that life on Mars also have: bacteria live there under the ground.



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