Star Jelly on the Moon

“Star Jelly” seems to have been found on the moon. It is not found to be biological when it falls on earth, and that makes sense when it appears on the moon.

“Scientists commissioned by the National Geographic Society have carried out tests on samples found in the United States, but have failed to find any DNA in the material.”

Quotation above from Reid, Melanie (18 September 2009). “Nature 1, Science 0 as finest minds fail to explain star jelly”. Times Online. London. Retrieved 19 September 2009. Alternative theories for the origins of “star jelly”, a strange mucous substance found on the Scottish hills in the autumn abound. Could it be the remnants of a meteor shower, regurgitated frogspawn, fungus – or, less romantically, the gel from disposable nappies? Is it evidence of extraterrestrial life, or perhaps the fallout from top-secret attempts by scientists to manipulate the weather? …”

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Author: Astrobiology Associates

Senior data analyst at Astrobiology Associates

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