Plankton Found Living In Space On ISS Solar Panels Says Russians, Aug 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: August 2014
Location of discovery: International Space Station
Country to make discovery: Russia
Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2728979/Never-mind-alien-life-SEA-PLANKTON-space-Creatures-living-surface-ISS-officials-say.html

As I have said may times before, life exists in space. Animals like in our oceans can adapt though mutations and grow, live and eat in space. An example of living creatures in space is during the NASA tether incident which was filmed in infrared video (Feb 25, 1996). It caught many living creatures of mass proportions...one of which broke the many miles of tether in orbit. SCW

News states:
Traces of plankton and other microorganisms have been found living on the exterior of the International Space Station (ISS), according to Russian space officials. They claim the plankton were not carried there at launch – but are thought to have been blown there by air currents on Earth. Incredibly, the tiny organisms were found to be able to survive in the vacuum of space despite the freezing temperatures, lack of oxygen and cosmic radiation. (more at source).


  1. Governments appear to be poking around with the idea that microbes live in outer space, on meteors and on other planets.

    They are very hesitant to admit that the mathematically certainty is that there are thousands of various type beings on thousands of planets in the universe. Just in the milky way galaxy which is a like a rock in the grand canyon there are likely hundreds or even thousands. The number is impossible to calculate however if you take earth and our solar system and extrapolate that out the number of advanced beings become huge.

    Sorry for shattering the egos of the earth based scientists and provincial doubters :{} deal with it.

    1. I couldn't agree with you more. The Drake equation proves that you are 100% correct. The math back you up.

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