This Unusual Gas Is a Definite Sign of Alien Life

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Hello and welcome! My name is Anton and in this video, we will talk about a gas called phosphine that has been identified to be a definitive sign of alien life, if we find it on other planets.
Paper: https://www.liebertpub.com/doi/10.1089/ast.2018.1954

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  1. Radiation-tolerant life in the warmer and more watery zones of gas giant atmospheres?

  2. as usual you are wrong. you have no concept of life outside your small world. you are overly captivated by finding alien life rather than reality.

  3. thanks so much Anton, blew me away, did I say that out loud? no really, appreciate it

  4. Alien watches shrek, "better out than in I say". Humans "haha we got ya now, follow the farts".

  5. So, is the negative true, i.e., if this gas is not found in the 16 light year bubble from us, there is no life? Can I finally say, stfu, to those religious fanatics, scientists all, that state unequivocally based on a "mathematics proof" that is invalid to real life and the universe we live, that there must be alien life, with the chest thumping, witch dunking certainty proven wrong so many times in the past? How many failures to find life, how many billions of dollars, how many millions of man hours wasted, before we concede the obvious and state: until proven otherwise, there is no other life we can detect.

    We have more evidence for that now, than smoking causes cancer, ffs.

  6. The only thing worse than finding life nowhere else is finding life everywhere.

  7. When the aliens wave back, then we found life. Bacteria is life but not the type that will do anything for us. Except maybe trigger the zombie apocalypse lol

    1. Lord of the Fly' If we find bacteria somewhere besides on earth, that implies that life is probably everywhere which implies its only a matter of time before we see aliens waving at us.

  8. Can you please fix your pronounciation of the word "alien". The "A" sound is pronounced the same as when reciting the alphabet. You say alien incorrectly because you pronounce first syllable as "al" as in someone's first name (ie. Al Bundy).

    1. R J F Can you please learn how to capitalize and use proper grammar and sentence structure?

    2. @Mortiis558 I'm not the one making videos. My grammer, pronounciation isnt in question here. His is.

  9. we also have to note that life is very likely going to be significantly different than on earth, and we can't say no life if we don't detect signs earth-like life

  10. seems to exclusively (by earth based studies with our very limited understanding) translation when I say definite I mean still pissing in the wind.

  11. When I was a child my mother and I discovered a mysterious gas as my father rolled up his caddys power windows.

  12. So phosphene was discovered on Jupiter and Saturn. Well, than we have to go there and find the life that is the only source of phosphene. Right? Life on Saturn and Jupiter? Gas giants? Life on gas giants? Enormous pressure and temperatures? Life is the only source of phosphene? No proof of life on Saturn and Jupiter? You think you are very convincing? And the researcher only checked on the origin of phosphen here on earth? Perhaps Saturn and Jupiter produce poop? Common, I guess that you are so motivated to find extraterrestrial life that you lost your touch.

  13. Can you investigate the internal heating and temp variation on neptune. Some interesting observation have been noted.

  14. What if Jupiter and Saturn have some strange bacteria that floats in their atmosphere

    1. @K I think the fish behind Anton. That's his inner extraterrestrial civilized intelligence.

  15. It's funny when you say "it's also produced naturally", as life couldn't be from nature 😁

    1. There is a distinction between "natural" compounds and "organic" compounds

    2. @Cullen Cowap . Up The Reds YNWA it's either geological or organic. Human (or alien) activity is it's own category, everything else is natural.

  16. This is how the Aliens found us. They've probably been aware of life on Earth for millions of years and have observed our entire history. Even now they roam among us, and are completely undetectable to humans. In fact they are probably looking at you right this moment, inches away from your face, as you sit there reading this.

  17. Phosphine may help scientists locate any extraterrestrial penguins! Seriously, this is great news that there is a biosignature gas that appears to be an unequivocal sign of life in planets other than gas giants.

  18. Couldn't this be used as a rocket propellant? It has a boiling point at -87 degrees C, not as hard to cryochill below than liquid oxygen or liquid hydrogen and seems to be quite hydrogen dense and energetic.

  19. When it launches… might need an asterisk when you talk about Webb’s launch. 😂

  20. This info about phosphene is valuable knowledge. It's good to know that the James Webb people will be looking for this marker gas.

  21. We found alien penguins… farts. and thats how we knew…
    so BatMan was wayyyy wrong here, huh?

  22. Well as George Carlin said, maybe we are here just because earth wanted us to make plastic

  23. In addition to making unlikely molecules, the earth also vastly OUTSHINES our SUN in radio as well…imagine that, as tiny as the earth is compared to our sun, theres actually a radio shadow cast by the sun from the earth!

  24. I am an alien species (I'm from groobongnarfschnikroip 7), what are you trying to say? Why have you been sifting through my poop?

  25. Anton you are dreaming. You are a propagandist. Stop it. You have lost all credibility with me.

  26. So, in a case of putting Décarte before the horse, the first Starship flight to Mars should be filled with phosphine and we'll see what happens on Mars when the whole planet smells like toxic old farts. Maybe it will support ancient bacteria.

  27. Someday there will be a newsflash: We discovered alien life but it is toxic and will bust into flames.

  28. "Bacteria finds other ways to create it." So you say the bacteria achieved more than the scientist lady in 10 years? Why did she not simply analyse the process the bacteria uses? I guess we all know the answer…

    1. …which is: she had very little means to meassure it elsewhere. Subconciously, to give her work meaning, she derrived THIS from these "tiny samples" of the universe she was able to see. Look, simplified she thinks: "I only found it on earth, Jupiter and Saturn. So IF we find it on Mars it MUST BE aliens.". Is this sane?

  29. Could we differentiate regular gas with maybe aliens that cut the cheese ? Methane and the chemicals from a Aliens version of Taco BELL ?

  30. Does anyone know how long it'll take for the telescope(s) to detect phosphine from other solar systems?

    1. @Craig Wall Unless the data is transmitted at the speed of light which I doubt, it'll take years

    2. @cay k 1) That was my point; 2) there is nothing "transmitting data"- it's just derived from spectrographic analysis of the light, which 3) has already gotten here, and 4) you have doubts it's coming at the speed of light? Light is all we have, sweetie. And we couldn't even know about other solar systems in the first place if we hadn't ALREADY caught their emitted light. How could you be so confused? Is science just a passing notion to you? Or did you mean "Transmitted FASTER than light"? Because I'd doubt that too.

  31. They should point those scopes at the tic-tac UFOs (AKA Nimitz encounter) & see if anyone is farting in them. 😂

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  33. Next we need to know if higher density beings (who are actually made of matter like we are just less dense) also produce phosphine. A celestial body could be truly devoid of 3D(density) life but it could be full of 4D and higher. Which we wouldn’t be able to detect but shouldn’t deny their existence if they are on a planet, in a star etc. But science develops in steps, so the future is still bright 🤓😬

  34. This seems not definitive to me. For decades it was pushed by many that methane was a fossil fuel, until it was found in other places in the solar system. Now, phosphine is supposed to be "the stuff", but it is found easily on Saturn and Jupiter. It would be interesting if found on a lighter, solid-surface planet, but not definitive proof to me.

  35. JWST, now there is a colossal waste of money. They really should have asked for some help during the design phase of that one. If they had, they would have ended up with a telescope that could be serviced and repaired via robot. Instead, we got a telescope that costs $10 billion that is designed to last for 5 years…

  36. 1:35
    Hello Anton…our Earth topographic atmospheric magnetic temperature should be the template ie blue planet exploration first…gas giants or mysterious planets too many light years away to visit, so focus on BLUE planets in our universe called the Galaxy our milky way galaxy….

  37. thank you Anton, i’ve learned something new about Phosphine . I have worked for 20 year with this stuff in the microelectronics industry changing cylinders on various machines and i know what nasty stuff it is, a really scary chemical. I didn’t know it existed in nature.

    1. (*sigh*) Don't be so easily impressed. And don't think you just heard the last word on the subject. This is all pretty shallow "science".

  38. Why do people want to find intelligent life? We can't even get along among ourselves. Or maybe it's another habitable planet that these scientists are looking for.

  39. Who is watching this video from…Andromeda Galaxy…please like…and if from Milky way please comment…

  40. 1:53
    Those are probably remnants from our own solar interplanetary collisions by meteorites and planets

    I agree with you about a biological signature astrophysically by light emission observations….I can't see the instrumentation that accurate tho…ppm?…

    Best bet look for radio transmissions and blue planets…

    my guess an infinity minus one of a chance for creation of life from rocks air temperature light darkness water for creation of biological life, especially at the "non" humanistic level of perception of time…

    DNA n all …a truth logic ladder created from r a t l d w ….hhhhmmmm high probability of one of a kind….??

    On a similar note…if we do exist in the Galactic arm of the milky way then all observations of the outer Universe of galaxies says that our 24 universal clock is synchronized with radio active decay, with that fixed point of reference of synchronized clocks

    WE REALLY ARE NOT ABLE TO CONFIRM THE CLOCK RATE COZ OF SOME DISPARITIES IN PHYSICS OTHER THAN RELATIVE OBSERVATIONS, CORRECT?

    NO MATTER HOW ACCURATE THE CLOCKS ARE

    WE CAN OBSERVE THE
    SUBTLE SPIN RATE HAS INCREASED OVER THE LAST 50 YEARS…

    i.e. OUR 24 HOUR DAYS ARE NOW 20 HOURS (SHORT) FROM OUR PREVIOUS CELESTIAL 24 HOUR REFERENCE FROM 1950s

    NOW SCIENCE HAS TO EXPLAIN (INFINITY MINUS 1) ? HAS THE CONSUMPTION OF OIL AND GAS AND WATER AND MINERALS CAUSED THE INCREASE SPIN RATE?

    OR IS IT BECAUSE THE SPIRALING MILKY WAY ARMS CONTRACT TOWARDS THE BLACK HOLE CORE IMPERCEPTIBLY CREATING FASTER SPIN … OR BOTH OR WE DON'T KNOW SHIT REALLY…SCIENCE IS BEGINNING TO SOUND LIKE A BORING CHURCH OF SCIENTIFIC RELIGION)9

    1950 24 HOUR DAY EARTH
    2020 20 HOUR DAY EARTH STILL 24 HOUR DAY….

    GAMED!

    MORE QUESTIONS FOR SCIENCE ; INFINITY MINUS ONE PARADOX BY COURSE GRANULARITY DISCOVERIES BY FINITE SPECIES A BIOLOGICAL ENTITY ON A PLANET CALLED EARTH ) )P

  41. Hopefully discovering extraterrestrial life even microbes will squash the belief systems of more creationists and their imaginary gods

    1. it wont, they will either deny its existence, or find some explanation and interpret things differently

  42. It's crazy how one molecule can determine if there is life on other planetary bodies

  43. I didn’t see this asked- could the molecule be formed on a gas giant (jupiter), get hit by a sizable asteroid, which launches the molecule into space landing on another planet giving an incorrect reading?

  44. Let their be Farts. And God smelled it for He dealt it. And He said it was good.

    1. Logical Musicman

      And the devil denied it, for he supplied it. And there was wailing and gnashing of teeth.

    2. @Paul Bradford

      The Lord Jesus articulated it, for it was He who particulated it. And there was much rejoicing.

  45. If they find it on a suitable planet they still wouldn't declare they had found alien life, they would just suggest it had been created in a gas giant and due to a massive impact or something made its way to a terrestrial type planet.

  46. Is oxygen really required for life though is my question. Perhaps there could be life that exists and runs off of different elements and could produce an entirely different molecule. No scientific basis here, just conjecture

  47. Logically speaking, we'll probably only find alien life in environments that by all accounts makes life as we know it impossible.
    Not that far fetched, considering we as a species have found life in environments on Earth that by all accounts make it impossible for life as we know it

  48. The biggest sign of alien life is U.F.O's, declassified documents, Bob Lazar , Zecharia Sitchin. common sense, knowing the size of the known universe and being able to comprehend how colossally huge it is, knowing we are alive and exist as a planet of ignorant greedy stupid primitive assholes, etc………. lolz 🙂

  49. Methane would be a stronger indicator of life because it is a "product" of life on Earth.

    1. Absolutely WRONG . Most methane on earth comes up through the crust and is NOT biological in origin. It is primordial methane and was trapped when the Earth originally formed.

  50. They can't determine what gas is on planets trillions of miles away. All science seems to be backed with. We believe, we think, it could be. Garbage

  51. Is it theoretically possible for the quantum level to form/lead into something other than the atoms we are familiar with?

  52. out of all ur videos Anton, this is one of the most fascinating… Not sure why, but I feel the consequences of this discovery could be huge for us. Not saying M87 isnt fascinating too… But it is just too far to really mean much for us humans..

  53. finding life on Mars could mean humans have another great filter to overcome in the future

  54. Akart is a planet of the star system Proxima-Centauri, 5 light years distant from Earth, in another space-time continuum that was, by the year 2007, inhabited by over 34,000,000,000 human beings. In the year 2007 the overpopulation there had caused nature and the climate to become completely destroyed, and in the end an oxygen and atmospheric collapse occurred. Only 116 million were able to be rescued and resettled on other worlds by the Plejaren.[1] They are/were capable of space travel and visited the Earth often to collect fruits, grains and vegetables to set out to grow on Akart.[2]
    Billy Meier Contact report 476

  55. It’s important here to remember two things. This detects extraterrestrial life, not intelligence nor civilization. The other that it doesn’t necessarily mean a world we could live on. For instance a very high level of phosphine could indicate a world very early in its life that has not yet developed an oxygen-rich atmosphere and is covered in anaerobic bacteria.

  56. Fascinating. Spectral analysis will tell the story for nearby planets very soon. I wish I had something more clever to say but I don't.

  57. Thanks for sharing Anton, great to hear that there is a space penguin fart sniffing satellite being launched in the future, I'm sure we will discover and confirm what most of us already know. Life and the truth is out there.