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Is A Recent Fossil Discovery Proof That Life Exists Elsewhere in Space

Eagle's Talon's
#1 - 2017-03-02 02:17:07 UTC
Are the Fossils Alien in Origin or Are The Fossils Earth Based?

The Earth is 4.5 billion years old but water has been around for 4.6 billion years.

According to a Google search on how old the Earth is the Earth is 4.543 billion years old.

If the microfossils are 4.28 billion years old that is a difference of only 263 million years.

Quartz grows in very hot watery conditions.

What can be theorized about the Earth at B.E. 263^0^6 or Beginning Earth 263,000,000 years after the start of Earth is that the Earth had water on its surface that must have been very hot.

It might also be possible that the specimens came from another planet from another close by solar system and then traveled to Earth as free traveling planetesimal debris.

The only way to determine if the microfossils are in fact from Earth is to determine how long and when water first appeared on Earth.

I did another Google search and scientists have discovered that water has been on Earth for 4.6 billion years. National Geographic conducted the research and can be considered factual.

The problem is that if the Earth is 4.543 billion years old and NG is saying that water has been on Earth for 4.6 billion years that means that water was present 57 million years before the Earth formed.

National Geographic has said that water was present before the Earth formed. So it might be possible that chunks of rock with the components for life store in its soil slammed into the Earth bringing with it the microbes found in the microfossils.

But an even bigger question is how could water be present 57 million years before the planet was around?
Nana Skalski
Taisaanat Kotei
#2 - 2017-03-02 10:05:51 UTC  |  Edited by: Nana Skalski
Water is H2O and is very common in space, as H and O is very common.

Formation of water in space.

As for microorganisms, when life started emerging on earth is still under debate. Was it very early? If conditions were right, why not? These fossils may be of the earliest structures that life developed into. But at which point it would be called life? The border between microscopic early life and not life at all is very fluid. One is made of the other.