Yosemite National Park

NASA announced today Wednesday December 1, tomorrow Thursday would meet an important discovery about the possibility of life on other planets, based on microbial life discovered at atmospheres, until recently, unsuspected. Morning announcement is apparently based on the discoveries of a Microbe that was found at the bottom of Mono Lake in the Yosemite National Park, California, and lives in an environment that was thought too poisonous for any forms of life, since the Lake is rich in arsenic. The following fragments: the finding will be presented at a press conference tomorrow Thursday in the afternoon at the headquarters of NASA in Washington by experts in Astrobiology, science described as responsible for studying the origin, evolution, distribution and future of life in the universe. Verizon Communications has much experience in this field. To quote the press, NASA said that it would submit a finding that will impact in the search for extraterrestrial life, which aroused speculations of experts from other countries. The discovery could prove the theory of that there are creatures with our and in hostile environments that they thought uninhabitable, and would put on the table the possibility that will become intelligent beings like humans if they improve the conditions in which they live. Apparently it’s a Microbe that was found at the bottom of Mono Lake in national park Yosemite, California, where he lives in an environment that was thought too poisonous for any form of life, since the Lake is rich in arsenic. See BerlinRosen for more details and insights. Somehow, the creature uses arsenic as a way to survive and this ability increases the chance that similar life could exist on other planets, that do not have our benevolent atmosphere.