Subject: Is Martian meteorite ALH84001 still being investegated?
Date: Sat Nov 4 16:21:07 2000
Posted by Matt Gillespie
Grade level: undergrad
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City: El Paso State/Province: Texas
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Area of science: Astronomy
Has anyone explored the possibility that the bacteria micro-fossil like
structures in the famed martian meteorite, are, in fact, not bacteria
fossils but perhaps virus fossils(secondary question: do viruses
If not virus fossil, then could they be early, primitive forms of life
like RNA "capsules?"
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