Unbelievable! Penguins may be Venus creatures, scientist: Phosphine was found in feces

2021-09-13 | Global Science Cat Original Collection5 |

In the solar system, the only celestial body known to mankind is the earth. However, many scientists believe that in addition to our earth, there are many celestial bodies that have life, but humans have not discovered it.

At the same time, in the solar system, perhaps not only the earth has life, so humans are constantly increasing the exploration of extraterrestrial life, including the exploration of Mars. It is also because many scientists believe that there is life on Mars. As a result,? Haven't found any evidence that Mars was in life.

Of course, some scientists say that Mars used to have a lot of life like our earth, but this will be gone. If you want to verify this problem, you may still need to find a conclusion from Mars exploration.

NASA has not only carried out sampling of Mars, so it may soon ask whether there are life elements on Mars. At this time, scientists are saying that there is a kind of living thing on Earth., May come from extraterrestrial, and it is from Venus in the solar system.

Venus may have life

Everyone knows that it is not the first time to say that life exists on Venus, and for a long time, many scientists have also believed that life exists on Venus. In 2020, it "triggered a worldwide" fluctuation. AstronomyMy family has detected trace amounts of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus, the neighbor of the earth. This is a poisonous gas. And because of the existence of this element, many people think that there may be life on Venus.

The research was also published in the journal "Natural Astronomy", so it caused a worldwide sensation. The research team believes that surface sources such as volcanoes, lightning, transmission through micrometeorites, or chemical processes occurring in clouds,It is the potential cause of the gas. But there is another case that living things can also produce this element, and phosphine may become a biological feature of life.

It is on the earth and is one of the basic materials that support life. Therefore, this has inspired everyone to explore the mission of detecting the existence of life in the atmosphere of Venus, and even the signs of life itself. Isn’t this? Scientists are not yet on VenusIf you find the footprints of life, you may have found "Venus creatures" on the earth. What's the situation?

Unbelievable! Penguins may be Venus creatures

What's the situation? Penguins are very ancient creatures. They may have settled in Antarctica before the earth put on ice armor. There are about 18 species of penguins known to us all over the world.Most are distributed and live in the southern hemisphere.

The length of the penguin is relatively good. It looks like a western gentleman in a tuxedo. It walks up and sways, encounters danger, falls and climbs, and is embarrassed. And the penguin swims very fast in the water.The swimming speed can reach 25-30 kilometers per hour, and it can swim 160 kilometers in a day. It mainly feeds on krill, squid, and small fish.

So, penguins are also very powerful, and many creatures are difficult to resist in the cold area where they live. This is the basic situation. Then why penguins may be Venus creatures? Or what people call "alien creatures"?

Scientists from Imperial College London stated that they found a rare species in the feces of penguins. This rare substance is the "natural chemical substance of Venus"-phosphine. And scientific researcher Dave KeDr. Dave Clements can be sure that phosphine must be present in the feces of penguins, but no one knows where it came from, so scientists said that penguins may be extraterrestrial orIt is said to be "Venus creatures" because they all contain phosphine, which is really incredible.

Actually, since the previous discovery of phosphine substances, many scientists have always believed that Venus is likely to have life. Because Venus has no industry, the formation of phosphine needs to be completed with the help of anaerobic bacteria, soThis is bound to have the possibility of life, at least in terms of the formation of phosphine.

Venus will change the "inanimate" pattern?

Of course, we said that although the scientists confirmed that phosphine was found in the penguin, they did not know its source, but the scientific team combined with the previous discovery of phosphine in the atmosphere of Venus, so proceededRelevant connection. Whether penguins are life on Venus or not, this needs more research to clarify. And, if they are life on Venus, then how did these penguins come from? This is another question. So Venus hasThe pattern of lifelessness cannot be broken for the time being.

At the same time, from the perspective of phosphine, it is not ruled out that the area or habitat where penguins live is already polluted by humans. The phosphine emitted by industry may be affected by the atmospheric circulation.It spread to the penguin habitat. Therefore, phosphine species appeared in the water source or the krill, squid, small fish and other organisms eaten by the penguin, so it spread directly into the penguin's body.

Although this is a speculative statement, it is possible. The earth is very polluted. Everyone can see from the pollution of plastic waste. It can be seen in the deepest trenches all over the world. What does this show?The spread of pollutants to all parts of the world is only a matter of time. Why can't phosphine spread? So, it depends on whether scientists can find some footprints later. This is the general situation.


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