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'Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-21-oumuamua-possibly-alien-technology.html

However, unlike other comets, ‘Oumuamua did not leave a visible trail because outgassing H2 is invisible, explained scientists. ... But there is currently one viable explanation for ‘Oumuamua and how it was able to accelerate into space. "...

'Oumuamua asteroid may really be alien technology; it accelerates under its own power

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-28-oumuamua-asteroid-may-really-be-alien-technology.html

Mysteries of ‘OumuamuaOumuamua is shaped like a cigar, with a long and thin body and unlike anything seen in the solar system before. ... This immediately disqualified the idea that ‘Oumuamua is an asteroid. In turn, scientists thought that ‘Oumuamua may be a comet. "...

Looking at the lunar surface: Harvard scientist believes the moon holds clues about extraterrestrial life

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-06-moon-holds-clues-about-extraterrestrial-life.html

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Interplanetary hoppers: Microbes from Earth may have reached Venus by hitchhiking on asteroids

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-25-microbes-from-earth-reached-venus-via-asteroids.html

Sources include: Space.com SmithsonianMag.com ScienceAlert.com Previous :5 Low-impact exercises to help ease knee pain - More news on alien life Interplanetary hoppers: Microbes from Earth may have reached Venus by hitchhiking on asteroids Populating other worlds: Beneficial microbes can be used as primary colonists for alien planets, suggest researchers Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus Looking at the lunar surface: Harvard scientist believes the moon holds clues about extraterrestrial life ...

Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-16-astronomers-detect-signs-of-life-on-venus.html

Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk NYTimes.com Space.com Previous :Pine bark supplements fight the harmful effects of oxidative stress after exercise: Research Next : Premium teas in “silken” tea bags contain MICROPLASTICS, warn researchers - More news on alien life Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus Looking at the lunar surface: Harvard scientist believes the moon holds clues about extraterrestrial life ‘Oumuamua asteroid may really be alien technology; it accelerates under its own ...

Populating other worlds: Beneficial microbes can be used as primary colonists for alien planets, suggest researchers

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-17-microbes-can-be-primary-colonists-of-alien-planets.html

Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk ScientificAmerican.com Academic.OUP.com SMA.NASA.gov UNOOSA.org Previous :Study suggests “space dust” from a giant asteroid caused the Ice Age 466 million years ago - More news on alien life Populating other worlds: Beneficial microbes can be used as primary colonists for alien planets, suggest researchers Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus Looking at the lunar surface: Harvard scientist believes the moon holds clues about extraterrestrial life ‘Oumuamua ...

Study: Multiple supernovae triggered a mass extinction millions of years ago

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-21-multiple-supernovae-triggered-ancient-mass-extinction.html

Sources include: ScienceDaily.com NASA.gov LiveScience.com Previous :‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study - More news on cool science Study: Multiple supernovae triggered a mass extinction millions of years ago ‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study Rare fireball illuminates the night sky in China NASA is monitoring a weird dent in the Earth’s magnetic field over the South Atlantic Decade-long study uses dragonfly larvae to measure mercury pollution ...

Scientists identify 24 exoplanets that may be more habitable than Earth

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-10-07-24-exoplanets-possibly-more-habitable-than-earth-identified.html

Physicists say it’s a possibility Stunning NASA discoveries suggest Ceres is an ocean world percolating with briny waters from its interior Interplanetary hoppers: Microbes from Earth may have reached Venus by hitchhiking on asteroids Populating other worlds: Beneficial microbes can be used as primary colonists for alien planets, suggest researchers Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus Looking at the lunar surface: Harvard scientist believes the moon holds clues about extraterrestrial life ‘Oumuamua ...

Are we under alien surveillance? Physicists say it's a possibility

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-29-we-may-be-under-alien-surveillance-say-physicists.html

Physicists say it’s a possibility Stunning NASA discoveries suggest Ceres is an ocean world percolating with briny waters from its interior Interplanetary hoppers: Microbes from Earth may have reached Venus by hitchhiking on asteroids Populating other worlds: Beneficial microbes can be used as primary colonists for alien planets, suggest researchers Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus Looking at the lunar surface: Harvard scientist believes the moon holds clues about extraterrestrial life ‘Oumuamua ...

Other planets may be home to more diverse life forms than Earth, suggest scientists

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-27-other-planets-home-to-diverse-life-forms.html

New research says oceans on exoplanets may harbor more life than Earth Study: Heavy rainfall flooded lakes and rivers on ancient Mars ‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study Could Venus have harbored life eons ago? "...

Study: Heavy rainfall flooded lakes and rivers on ancient Mars

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-23-heavy-rainfall-flooded-lakes-rivers-ancient-mars.html

Sinabung erupts again - More news on alien life Study: Heavy rainfall flooded lakes and rivers on ancient Mars ‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study Could Venus have harbored life eons ago? "...

Rare isotope suggests the solar system has been passing through supernova debris for 33,000 years

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-03-solar-system-passing-supernova-debris-33000-years.html

Sources include: UniverseToday.com ScienceDaily.com 1 ScienceDaily.com 2 Previous :Undersea earthquakes hit 2 of the world’s major oceans Next : FBI probes man flying with a jet pack near LAX - More news on cool science FBI probes man flying with a jet pack near LAX Rare isotope suggests the solar system has been passing through supernova debris for 33,000 years Fragments of a rare meteorite shower small Brazilian town A massive star went missing without leaving any trace, astronomers say Astronomers: ...

Astronomers discover more stars exhibiting unusual light fluctuations

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-25-astronomers-discover-more-stars-exhibiting-unusual-light-fluctuations.html

New research says oceans on exoplanets may harbor more life than Earth Study: Heavy rainfall flooded lakes and rivers on ancient Mars ‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study Could Venus have harbored life eons ago? "...

Cradles of life? New research says oceans on exoplanets may harbor more life than Earth

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-24-exoplanets-oceans-have-more-life-than-earth.html

New research says oceans on exoplanets may harbor more life than Earth Study: Heavy rainfall flooded lakes and rivers on ancient Mars ‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study Could Venus have harbored life eons ago? "...

Stunning NASA discoveries suggest Ceres is an ocean world percolating with briny waters from its interior

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-09-26-stunning-nasa-discoveries-suggest-ceres-ocean-world.html

Sources include: ABC.net.au NASA.gov Previous :Banana plantations buried in ash in Ecuador as volcano erupts - More news on alien life Stunning NASA discoveries suggest Ceres is an ocean world percolating with briny waters from its interior Interplanetary hoppers: Microbes from Earth may have reached Venus by hitchhiking on asteroids Populating other worlds: Beneficial microbes can be used as primary colonists for alien planets, suggest researchers Astronomers detect signs of life on Venus Looking ...

Recurring bursts of cosmic radio waves reach Earth yet again

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-26-cosmic-radio-waves-arrive-earth.html

Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk Manchester.ac.uk Space.com 1 Space.com 2 Previous :Scientists warn that microplastics are harming earthworms, plant health and soil pH - More news on cool science Recurring bursts of cosmic radio waves reach Earth yet again Astronomers discover more stars exhibiting unusual light fluctuations Study: Multiple supernovae triggered a mass extinction millions of years ago ‘Oumuamua asteroid may be alien technology, hints study Rare fireball illuminates the night ...

Scientific American admits: Extraterrestrials likely to be far more intelligent than humans... and we're stupid to deny their existence

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-07-07-scientific-american-admits-extraterrestrials-likely-to-be-far-more-intelligent-than-humans.html

As the article explains: One fact is clear: if we assign a zero prior probability for such evidence coming our way, as some scientists did in the case of ‘Oumuamua by invoking the principle “it’s never aliens,” we will indeed never find any. "...

Magical, glowing "blue tears" in China's seas are toxic and steadily growing every year, warn scientists

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-08-28-toxic-blue-tears-in-seas-growing-every-year.html

Sources include: LiveScience.com SciJinks.gov Scripps.UCSD.edu Previous :‘Oumuamua asteroid may really be alien technology; it accelerates under its own power - More news on algal bloom Magical, glowing “blue tears” in China’s seas are toxic and steadily growing every year, warn scientists Minnesotan farmers use 10-15% more fertilizer than they actually need for healthy crops Is Mother Nature fighting back? "...