The world may have inched just a few steps closer to the disclosure of advanced alien life when it was confirmed that research inquiries into the 1976 United States Viking Lander unmanned mission to Mars revealed a positive correlation with the existence of microbial life on the “red planet”. A new scientific research article published in the Journal of Astrobiology found similarity between soil samples taken from Mars and terrestrial soils collected in California and Alaska which suggest, according to the researchers, that Mars indeed harbors life.
Mars harbors life
The article is called “The Case for Extant Life on Mars and Its Possible Detection by the Viking Labeled Release Experiment” and will be available free on the website Astrobiology until November 15th, 2016.
This latest research finding was conducted by Gilbert V. Levin, Arizona State University, Tempe, and Patricia Ann Straat, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD. The “Journal of Astrobiology” is a peer-reviewed journal and this research has been determined by leading experts to be both valid and reliable for supporting the biological hypothesis for life on Mars.