- Nanobacteria theory takes a hit
- They look like tiny bacteria, have been implicated in several diseases and have even been hailed as a completely overlooked branch of the tree of life. But are 'nanobacteria' genuinely alive? New research suggests that the answer is probably no.
- Russia Demands an International Investigation
- These findings included ovoid and elongated forms similar to structures found in terrestrial rocks and which had been described as "nanobacteria." NASA immediately funded a campaign to discredit these discoveries and to impugn McKay's reputation ...
- The Science of the X-Files: That Time Scientists Claimed They Found
- Within the meteorite, NASA scientists found evidence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), a type of organic molecule that is released by nanobacteria found on Earth, leading them to believe that organisms may have once lived inside the rock.
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