Scientists say penguins may be extraterrestrial creatures: chemicals on Venus found in feces
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Dave Clements from Imperial College London said that he is certain They found phosphine in the feces of penguins, and these phosphines are also real, but it is not yet clear how they are formed.
Although there are many phosphines on the earth, most of them are synthesized by industry. The other way to form it is through anaerobic bacteria. For example, it can be found in the mucus of ponds, the internal organs of badgers, and the feces of penguins.
Dr. Clements said that they plan to study the lifestyle of Gentoo penguins. Because humans may have discovered some kind of extraterrestrial life, further research on penguins will help humans identify life forms that exist on other planets.
It is reported that in September last year, a study published in “Nature-Astronomy” showed that phosphine gas was detected in the atmosphere of Venus, and a spectral feature that only belongs to phosphine was detected.
Subsequently, in December last year, a study published in “Nature-Astronomy” showed that a large amount of phosphine was found in the clouds of Venus, which also led the scientific community to believe that Venus is likely to exist life. Because Venus has no industry, the formation of phosphine needs to be completed with the help of anaerobic bacteria.
Venus is a terrestrial planet similar to the earth. Although it has the thickest atmosphere of the four terrestrial planets, more than 96% of it is carbon dioxide. The atmospheric pressure on the surface of Venus is 92 of that of the earth. And the temperature is as high as 462℃.
Due to the environment of Venus, scientists believe that there is no life on Venus. But with the emergence of phosphine, scientists have once again caused an upsurge in the study of Venus.