Monday, January 15, 2007

Pansperm theory,again


Charles Cockell of the Open University, jointly with Russian and German researchers crowded together to the interior of several gabbro rocks : cyanobacteria (Chroococcidiopsis sp.) lichen (Xanthoria elegans) and spores of Bacillus subtilus, that normally lives in the fissures of rocks. After it, they connected the conglomerates of germs to a wire of silver, connected also to explosives of high tonnage (with pressures of up to 50 billions of pascals), finding for surprise that all germs and spores survived the explosions, guaranteeing the "panspermia" theory that suggests that life can be transported from one to another planet on board of rocks that continuously hit the surface of planets. Writing in the journal Icarus the scientifics argue that these experiment supports the possibility of previous microbial Mars life, with later transference of this one to the Earth. We have no doubts that Earth life emerged from this form.

La vida vino de conjunto con los impactos de asteroides.

Charles Cockell de la Open University, conjuntamente con cientificos rusos y alemanes aglomeraron al interior de un racimo de rocas de gabbro : cianobacterias y esporas de Bacillus subtilus, que normalmente suelen habitar en las fisuras de las rocas. Luego, conectaron los conglomerados de gérmenes a un alambre de plata, conectado a su véz a explosivos de alto tonelaje (con presiones de hasta 50 billones de pascales), encontrando para sorpresa de todos que gérmenes y esporas sobrevivieron a las explosiones, avalando la teoria de la "panspermia", que sugiere que la vida puede ser transportada de un planeta a otro, a bordo de rocas que impactan de continuo, la superficie de otros planetas. Escribiendo en el journal Icarus los cientificos arguyen que el experimento soporta la posibilidad de vida microbiana previa en Marte, con ulterior transferencia de ésta a la Tierra. No nos cabe la menor duda que la vida en la Tierra emergió de esta forma.

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