Alien life can flourish beneath a planet's surface!

Scientists at the University of Aberdeen and University of St Andrews, Scotland, have concluded that extraterrestrial life is far more prevalent than previously thought.

They have found that life can flourish beneath a planet’s surface where liquid water can be found at varying depths.

Planets such as Mars and moons such as Europa and Ganymede, even rogue planets in interstellar space may be teeming with life under their respective frigid surfaces.

As one goes beneath the surface, the temperature increases due to the internal heat generated by the hot cores of a planet or moon. This means that while water may instantly freeze on the surface, thereby making life difficult to establish itself there, liquid water may existence in abundance below the surface.

Rocky planets a few times larger than the Earth could support liquid water at about five km below the surface even in interstellar space.

The scientists findings give surprising support for the radical theory proposed by Zecharia Sitchin that a rogue planet called Nibiru spends most of its 3600 year orbit in interstellar space.

According to Sitchin, the Sumerians believed that Nibiru was the home world of a race of beings called the Anunnaki.

The University of Aberdeen scientists paper makes it possible that the Anunnaki, if the Sitchin’s interpretation of the Sumerians is correct, established themselves in underground colonies to survive the long periods in interstellar space.

In 1976 Zecharia Sitchin published The Twelfth Planet, which supplied an array of evidence to support the assertion that the earth had been visited by ancient alien astronauts in its past.

Taking a close look (10 minutes video) he found an astonishing array of facts that could be corroborated by modern research. What he found was literally mind-boggling in 1976, and it remains so today. Continue reading at exonews



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