Alien life :Next thinking[ PART:3]

Life forms so alien that scientist may simply not have recognised evidence of their existance could inhabit the Earth. According to a leading scientist Dr. Tom Gold, emeritus professor of astronomy at Cornell University in America, believes that organisms based on silicon completely unrelated to all carbon based life , man has encountered so far may live at great depths. Gold, previously predicted that vast amounts of bacteria live miles down within Earth’s crust. Scientist inevickly dismissed the idea, but many now agree with him.
“So long as nobody suspect there could be silicon based life, we may just not be clever enough to identify it.”
-Dr. Gold
rock bearing signs of silicon based organism may be sitting in lab , he believes, with their significance overlooked.
Every known living organism from bacteria to man kind , is based on the chemistry of carbon , which forms the complex molecules such as DNA that are central to our existance. Scientists believe that if ET life is found, the chamber are that it, too, will be carbon based.
Silicon has many chemical similarities to carbon, prompting scholar and science fiction writers to dream up new life form. Many films like ‘The X Files’ and ‘The Empire Strikes Back’ has shown this already.

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About bruceleeeowe
An engineering student and independent researcher. I'm researching and studying quantum physics(field theories). Also searching for alien life.

2 Responses to Alien life :Next thinking[ PART:3]

  1. Tom Jolly says:

    Logically, silicon-chain based life should exist, if it ever did, at about 1100 degrees. Perhaps the best way to look for them is to take some promising dilithium-sulfide mineral deposits (from deep Earth or asteroids) and heat them up in a big oven with some good microscopes attached. Silicon “bacteria” just might defrost before our eyes!

  2. bruceleeeowe says:

    Really, I would be amazed if any research would announce this. Hmmm..any research hasn’t announced this.

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