Sunday, April 19, 2009

Amazing New Ufo Report on Australian TV

Guys ,

An amazing new ufo feature just aired on Australian TV Show Sunday night
the show looked  at the Uk's Ufo files with new interviews with Nick Pope and other military witnesses.

They have a voting poll on at the moment asking the question:

Do you think UFO sightings are linked to alien life?
 and  so i urge all realufos readers to vote on the poll  here now  ...

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Anonymous said...

Bacteria found thriving beneath Antarctic glacier

Randolph E. Schmid
WASHINGTON - Hidden in the bone-chilling dark beneath an Antarctic glacier, a colony of strange bacteria is thriving.

Scientists investigating the flow of blood-red water from beneath the glacier discovered the bacteria, which have survived for millions of years, living on sulphur and iron compounds, they report in Friday's edition of the journal Science.

"Among the big questions here are: 'How does an ecosystem function below glaciers?', 'How are they able to persist below hundreds of metres of ice and live in permanently cold and dark conditions for extended periods of time, in the case of Blood Falls, over millions of years?" said lead researcher Jill Mikucki of Harvard University.

Blood Falls, flowing from beneath Taylor Glacier, has long evoked curiosity because of its colour. The researchers determined that iron compounds provide the colour, and in the process of their research they discovered bacteria in the water, an extremely salty pool.

John Priscu, of Montana State University, said that because the ecosystem has been isolated for so long in extreme conditions, it could help explain how life might exist on other planets, and serve as a model for how life can exist under ice.

The researchers believe the pool of water was trapped about 1.5 million years ago when the glacier moved over a lake. It doesn't freeze because it is four times saltier than the ocean.

The pool is so deep under the ice and so far back from the edge that the researchers couldn't drill down to it, but they were able to collect some of the outflow for testing.

"When I started running the chemical analysis on it, there was no oxygen," Mikucki said. "That was when this got really interesting, it was a real 'eureka' moment."

Most of the bacteria she found were descended from marine microorganisms - not from those found on land - and they were able to live without the food and light sources of the open ocean.


Anonymous said...

"We don't have a clue what these things are", says Nick Pope. And he's right. Then again, I don't know the balance of my neighbors checkbook either. I also don't know what color Obama's underwear are.. or if he wears them.

I think the biggest question everyone should ask is, "How advanced have black budget technology gotten?" I believe extraterrestrial life exists as much as the next guy, but unfortunately, that belief is bubbling over to the point where there's pretty much an extraterrestrial explanation for anything impressive or mysterious.

When you consider the growth of technology in the 20th century, you realize that we're hitting a kind of crescendo. The 21st century, unless mankind is set back in a big way, will likely have even more incredible advancements. And when you consider stealth technology was being tested in the 50's, and given the exponential growth of science, can you possibly imagine what we're playing around with now?

So, believe in ET. Just don't connect the dots to suit your best interests.

Anonymous said...

are you sure you have the right blog?

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