Scientists create groundbreaking tool to prove alien life exists and clone ETs
British scientists have created a tool to prove what the Daily Star has consistently reported – E.T exists.
Experts say their method, called Assembly Theory, can help humans pinpoint alien life by finding complex molecular structures from samples collected in space.
And life-detection instruments can now be sent on space missions to search for complex lifeforms with a view to cloning them in laboratories.
Glasgow University’s Professor Lee Cronin said: “Only living systems can produce complex molecules that could not form randomly in any abundance.
“This allows us to sidestep the problem of defining life – instead we focus on the complexity of the chemistry.”
The Glasgow uni team collaborated with Nasa and Arizona State University on the system.
But cells collected by Nasa’s Mars lander contained only simple molecules.
Ex-US President Barack Obama last week said the world should take UFOs seriously after US pilots were harassed by “alien” craft.
Appearing on James Corden’s Late Late Show to promote his new book A Promised Land, he said: “When it comes to aliens, there are some things I just cannot tell you on air.
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“What is true is that there is footage and records of objects in the skies that we don’t know exactly what they are.
“We can’t explain how they move, the trajectory. They did not have an easily explainable pattern.
“People still take seriously trying to investigate and figure out what that is.”
The 59-year-old revealed he was so fascinated by the UFO subject that, when he came into office, he asked if there were any aliens being hidden in a “lab”.
The Star has reported on a “Big Ear” radio telescope to listen for UFOs being built in the UK, while gran Paula Smith, of Bradford, told us that aliens have abducted her 52 times.
Paula claims her first close encounter was when she was a little girl. She says they have continued ever since.
The 50-year-old shared images of bruises she says were left on her body by aliens following one abduction.
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She has also drawn a picture of a silver alien to show what they look like.
Paula said: “I have experienced 52 paranormal incidents. There’s no warning and I can’t sense anything is going to happen.
“It just happens. All I can do is carry on as normal, otherwise I’d go crazy.”
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