The Group of Scientists believes that the egg-shaped object found inside a meteorite from the Red Planet is the ultimate proof of life on Mars.
Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe said that the globules of rock called “Tissint” rich in carbon and oxygen, and this suggests that they could be produced by living organisms. He also added that this could be due to contamination after falling to Earth. Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe is known for his controversial theories, such as the assumption that the influenza virus, and even life itself have been delivered to our planet by comets. “It is impossible to understand how these carbon-rich particles within the rock matrix are the same size and shape unless they are the remains of some species of algae,” – said prof. Wickramasinghe.
“Tissint was discovered only a few weeks after the fall and the pollution of terrestrial organisms is unlikely. In any case, the detected structures are located on the newly recovered fragments from the interior of a meteorite. ”
The meteorite was named after the Moroccan village in the Sahara Desert where he was discovered in July last year.
Most likely, he broke away from the Martian surface as a result of a collision with an asteroid millions of years ago.
Splinter has been studied in the Buckingham Center for Astrobiology and the University of Cardiff.
Graduate student Jamie Wallace working with prof. Wickramasinghe said: “Everything indicates that the structures that we found are evidence of life on Mars.” “Areas that we studied are likely the remains of polysaccharide membranes covering the algae.”
In 2009 a team of NASA stated that they took pictures of Martian organisms found in other meteorite which is stored in the London Museum of Natural History. The study of the electron microscope showed that the uneven surface resembles fossilized colony of mycobacteria from a stone that fell from the sky in Nakha (Egypt) in 1911.
A team of NASA Space Center. Johnson examines Martian rock as a confirmation of his previous research conducted in 1996, during which the ALH84001 Martian meteorite found in Antarctica have discovered the remains of insects.
Scientists say that the first two probes “Viking” landed on Mars in 1976, found life on the planet, but NASA is hiding.