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A Methodical Approach to Identifying Life Beyond Earth7 min read

The Astrologists of yesteryear used the term “asma” to describe the charged atmosphere of space as observed from distant planets.

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alien robot and dog (click here for original source image)

They called this phenomenon “space weather”. This terminology now encompasses all known sciences and Astrology has been relegated to the back shelf. Authors Ray Jardine and Anthony Cauci recently published a book entitled “A Methodical Approach to Identifying Life Beyond Earth”.

They explain that Astrology is no longer relegated to the “dust heap” because modern day scientists have identified dark clouds beyond the earth’s atmosphere. They further explain that there are likely to be living organisms existing on Mars at present. They further suggest that there may well be microbes or even bacteria within these clouds and they further suggest that the presence of these life forms could be detectable with instruments on the NASA’s cold gas and space probe Curiosity.

The authors then explain that to do this, a first level would involve using astrology in combination with remote sensing images taken by the NASA space probe. The second level would involve studying the images for signs that an organism might be there. And the third level would involve using a laboratory on Mars or another planet to identify if the organism is indeed there. They further explain that their reasoning is that if there were life forms existing on Mars at some point, they would have transmitted information on their existence to telescopes on Earth. And any life form that was present would have left tell-tale signs in the form of radiometric, photographic, or chemical analysis results.

There are therefore four steps involved in reaching this step. The first level would involve using astrology to match the presence of a life form on Mars with an appropriate star sign. These would then be compared to terrestrial charts to determine the time and place that the planet was at its most interesting during that period. This would then provide the first level of proof. However, it would be necessary to look further back in time to confirm this.

The second stage would involve studying the photos and other data taken by the Mars orbiter or by Curiosity. These would indicate whether the rocks and soil on the surface had been exposed to UV radiation or have been exposed to geothermal heat. These have both been associated with the production of oxygen in the atmosphere, which is essential for the survival of microorganisms.

The third and final stage would involve using laboratory equipment to perform microscopic or chemical analysis. Such equipment would include carbon isotope ratios as well as ratios of oxygen and carbon dioxide. The latter would indicate the presence of water. Finally, using such information as the mineralogy of the area, and the physical properties of the rocks as well as the soil, the researchers would be able to construe the environment in which the microorganisms are likely to thrive. Such a study would need the use of telescopes to detect light and infrared or ultraviolet radiation from the rocks and soil.

Assuming that there is life on Mars, the fourth stage would involve looking for signs of biological activity. This might involve looking for signs of microbial life. Such life could include bacteria, enzymes, and other forms of biotechnology. It would also include viruses and fungi. Again, this could be either directly or indirectly.

The fifth and final stage would involve using telescopes and imaging techniques to obtain additional information about the microorganisms. Such research would also be accompanied by the search for fossil evidence of ancient organisms. Such analysis has already begun using telescopes such as the Keck telescope on Hawaii and Australia’s Subaru telescope. It is not yet certain whether or not such discoveries will add to our knowledge and provide proof beyond doubt that there are living things on other planets.

How to Prove aliens Exist – Steps to Proving aliens Exist

life in the universe
life in the universe (click here for original source image)

The latest news in the search for proof of aliens comes out of NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). A group of graduate students there have come up with a new method for getting the proof of an alien life form that they need. The latest development pushes the science of astronomy a little further into the future.

Part of it involves getting a high-tech telescope with a wide field of view. This is done by joining two lenses together using an optical technique called interferometry. This is a long, complicated process that involves polarizing filters and a rather large ground telescope. The advantage is that you can see a wider field of view through one lens than you can with two. This means you get a more detailed look at the stars and other objects in the universe.

Another step to proving aliens is to do a follow-up survey using a radio telescope. It would be like using a radio to listen to the signals coming from outer space. Radio telescopes are actually more sensitive than radio waves. The radio waves have shorter wavelengths and travel faster. They also interact less with other atomic elements that are common between stars and planets. The radio telescopes can listen longer and pick up more signals from space than the smaller ground telescopes.

The radio telescopes could pick up on the light from distant star systems that we know to be similar to our own solar system. These new discoveries could mean there are more planet-like bodies out there. They could also prove that the solar system and its gas giants aren’t the only things in the universe that have a similar composition. There are many mysteries that surround the universe and many new mysteries to be solved every day.

One step to proving aliens is a better understanding of the way stars and galaxies operate. Astronomers have found that most of the stars in the Milky Way are very similar, but they vary by about 100 light years in diameter. If you take a look at a map of the sky and look at the smaller “galaxies” you will see that many of the smaller ones seem to be receding. This might mean that they have been left behind by space debris and that there are larger ones moving away from the background. A closer inspection of these new “galaxies” that have been discovered may lend weight to the claim that space debris is responsible for their newfound separation.

Another step to proving the existence of aliens is to study th Large Astronomy Survey (KYLE) and the Keck Observatory. Both of these amateur observatories have detected unusual Very Small Extraterrestrial galaxies (VSOs) around other stars in the Milky Way. So far, these VSOs have not been associated with any alien civilizations.

Finally, there are many amateur astronomers who are willing to stand by the theory of panspermia. Panspermia is the theory that some alien life forms may exist on other planets in our galaxy. Such proof might be the first steps to proving aliens exist. When evidence of alien life is found, hopefully people will begin to take more seriously the validity of such theories.

There are many ways to prove the existence of aliens. The first steps, after all, are steps. And the proof will certainly help push the idea of alien life further into the public consciousness. If you would like to learn more about the subject, perhaps research more about panspermia and other alien detection methods. Maybe you’ll even find yourself with proof on your hands.

Provided by Antonio Westley

Disclaimer: This article is meant to be seen as an overview of this subject and not a reflection of viewpoints or opinions as nothing is definitive. So, make sure to do your research and feel free to use this information at your own discretion.

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