[meteorite-list] Re: Italian Researchers Find Traces Of Life In Meteorites

From: Matteo Chinellato <mcomemeteorite2000_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:46:26 2004
Message-ID: <20010531055729.3806.qmail_at_web10306.mail.yahoo.com>

Hello all

In the days 21-22-23 May to Frascati, close Rome, a
conference for the discovery of the bacteria in
meteorites conserved to the University of Naples has
been carried out. The two discoverers have not
introduced to the conference, triggering controversies
for the present ones noticed on purpose for the
conference. Excusing of the absence has been of one
disease - perhaps due to the bacteria: -) - of the two
university professors. The day after 23 May one
student of the university of Naples to approval
D'Argenio to take a walk calmly for the university,
and to its opinion was much good. I must still know
the name of the meteorite in which these presumed
bacteria they have been found. To my warning and of
many others this discovery is only one farce.


--- Ron Baalke <baalke_at_zagami.jpl.nasa.gov> ha
scritto: >
> Any new updates on this?
> Ron Baalke
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