Harvard professor Avi Loeb found fragments in the ocean that could be terrestrial


An astrophysicist from Harvard University believes that he has found evidence of extraterrestrial life not by studying the night sky, but by combing the bottom of the Pacific Ocean.

Last month, a crew on a boat called the Silver Star embarked on an expedition to Papua New Guinea on a mission to recover fragments of a mysterious meteorite that hit Earth in 2014.

During the two-week excursion, the team traveled more than 100 miles of the ocean floor, recovering 50 tiny spheres of metallic matter they say are unlike any alloys found in the solar system. .

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