NASA Found New Form Of DNA Searching For Aliens 👽
NASA searching for Aliens isn't anything new but NASA discovering new Alien DNA means that they either found it already and just didn't tell anyone or they was told where to find it by Aliens? Or was they given it by Aliens? The questions are endless to this story and it is because they discover something that even the person on the street knows the significance of this breakthrough. This proves that Aliens could literally be nothing like we expect them to look like? It's funny because even though we don't think or know or haven't seen Aliens people seem to know what they look like. Well, this DNA proves that Aliens do exist.
Alien DNA discovered by NASA scientists. Image credit/Independent.
This is a mind blowing new leap in to the future of technology and is just a new way of using and inventing brand new "never before seen" inventions. Basically what NASA funded scientists have done is blow the lid right off what was previously thought couldn't be done with DNA?
Here is just a snippet of the post and you'll agree that this is so impressive that literally the sky is the limit on what can be done with this technology!
Nasa-funded scientists have developed a new kind of DNA - like structure that can store and transmit information - and could lead to new ways of finding alien life. The breakthrough discovery suggests there might be alternative, unimagined forms of DNA - based life as we know it on Earth.
This illustration (above) shows the structure of a new synthetic DNA molecule, dubbed Hachimoji DNA, which uses the four informational ingredients of regular DNA (green, red, blue, yellow) in addition to four new ones (cyan, pink, purple, orange). Credit: Indiana University School of Medicine.
Life on other worlds might be built using different molecular systems of the kind the researchers developed in the lab, Nasa experts have suggested. The new molecular system will allow scientists who are looking for life elsewhere in the universe to re - think what they are actually looking for, researchers said.
DNA is a complex molecule that allows the genetic information that makes us who we are to be stored and then transmitted. That information is passed from parent to offspring in every living thing on Earth, and allows life to grow and thrive.
It is made up of four different ingredients, which scientists refer to as nucleotide and are common across all life on our planet. But they might "vary" (imagine that then guys) elsewhere in the universe, the new research suggests.
This is just a snippet of the story, its complicated, it's in depth and it's what happens when you break down the barriers within technology and explore new (now open) avenues of research and development?
It's simply put:
a whole brand new "Universe worth" of exploring to do!
That's exactly what this means for the scientists and the other people, professionals and experts also investors and entrepreneurs that will eventually be brought in to work on, open up and explore this exciting new technology.
Video of NASA breakthrough:
In a research breakthrough funded by NASA, scientists have synthesised a molecular system that, like DNA, can store and transmit information. This unprecedented feat suggests there could be an alternative to DNA-based life, as we know it on Earth – a genetic system for life that may be possible on other worlds.
NASA research is beyond everything that the public knows about in general as they don't go advertising their immediate and more ground breaking inventions so what the public knows about is old news. To NASA at least, it's old hat.
Below is a tiny white circle with an arrow pointing to it and it says "Sun" right? Well, that's it! That's as far as we can see with current telescopes looking for exoplanets.
It gives me a massive pause for thought knowing just how small we are in the vastness of space.
The sun and our solar system in relation to the Milky Way galaxy. The white circle indicates the area where the majority of exoplanets have been found with current telescopes. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle.
NASA's search for life program (Exoplanets 101) can be found here.
Source NASA Exoplanet Exploration.
Source News News YouTube.
Source Reference Indiana University School of Medicine.