Aliens’ home has been found, living in a dangerous place, why are scientists overjoyed?


Alien Life On Venus: Scientists have recently found evidence of the existence of aliens. In fact, a new experiment has found that life is possible in the poisonous clouds of Venus. The amino acid found in its poisonous clouds cannot affect life. It can prove to be an important building block for life here.

Venus is Earth’s ‘twin planet’, but its temperature is much higher. It is covered with clouds of corrosive sulfuric acid. This acid is a colorless, carcinogenic liquid that can destroy teeth, irritate our eyes, throat and nose, and corrode metals.

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Even though this planet is not considered habitable for living organisms, any living creature that enters its atmosphere will float in its harmful clouds and may not die. The temperature of the clouds is colder than the surface of the planet and this may make some form of life possible. In other words, scientists see an opportunity to establish life here.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) found that 19 amino acids had been discovered on the planet in a single month, some containing evidence of water.

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“This doesn’t mean that life there would be similar to that on Earth. In fact, it might not be, but it does support the notion that Venus’s clouds contain the complex chemicals necessary for life,” said Sarah Seager, an MIT astrophysicist and co-author of the new study.

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“People have this idea that concentrated sulfuric acid is a very dangerous solvent, that it cuts everything to pieces, but we’re finding that that’s not necessarily true,” said study co-author Janusz Petkowski of MIT’s Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS).

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