It’s official now.
Scientists have re-examined 36-year old data from NASA’s Viking mission to Mars, and claim to have found alien life based on the complexity of experimental results.
Any damn fool can to a bar or nightclub on the weekend and find genuinely alien life, and in the process, become alienated themselves.
Doubtless, by comparison, their problems are genuinely complex (or so they think), by comparison to those of others.
Say… Jackie Gleason wanted to sent Alice “to the moon!”
And now, we’ve been.
Didn’t George W. Bush say he wanted to go to Mars?
Maybe we could send him.
Mars Viking Robots ‘Found Life’
Mathematical analysis adds to growing body of work questioning the negative results of a life-detection experiment 36 years ago.
By Irene Klotz
Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:23 PM ET
• New results question the finding that the Mars Viking experiments did not find life.
• The analysis was based on studying the mathematically complexity of the experiment results.
• The idea is that living systems are more complicated than purely physical ones, a concept that can be represented mathematically.
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