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Alien Life On Jupiter’s Moon Europa Almost Certain Say Scientists

There is “almost a racing certainty” that there’s alien life on Europa according to a leading British space scientist, Monica Grady, a professor of Planetary and Space Science at Liverpool Hope University. Grady proposes that the frigid ocean beneath Europa’s layer of ice up to 15 miles deep could harbor octopus-like creatures. The rocky bottom of Europa’s ocean is almost like a miniature Earth, with plate tectonics, continents, deep trenches, and active spreading centers, observes Caltech’s Mike Brown. “Think about mid-ocean ridges on Earth,” he says, “with their black smokers belching scalding nutrient-rich waters into a sea floor teaming with life that is surviving on these chemicals. It doesn’t take much of an imagination to picture the same sort of rich chemical soup in Europa’s ocean leading to the evolution of some sort of life, living off of the internal energy generated inside of Europa’s core. If you’re looking for Europa’s whales – which many of my friends and I often joke that we are – this is the world you want to look for them on.” (READ MORE)


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