The Carnegie Institution Geophysical Laboratory Seminar
Analysis of evidence of Mars life
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Summary of the lecture given by Gilbert V. Levin, Ph.D., Chairman, Executive Officer for Science, Spherix Incorporated, Beltsville, MD 21705, US; phone 301-419-3900; fax 301-210-4908; e-mail: [email protected]
An open access article from Electroneurobiología 2007; 15 (2), pp. 39-47.
Gillevinia straata, the scientific name [1, 2] recognizing the first extraterrestrial living form ever nomenclated, as well as the existence of a new biological kingdom, Jakobia, in a new biosphere -Marciana- of what now has become the living system Solaria, is grounded on old evidence reinterpreted in the light of newly acquired facts. The present exposition provides a summary overview of all these grounds, outlined here as follows. A more detailed paper is being prepared for publication.