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NASA expert says alien life may have ALREADY visited Earth

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NASA expert says alien life may have ALREADY visited EarthSilvano P. Colombano of NASA's Intelligent Systems Division, believes we may have missed it, as it could be very different from the traditional carbon based life.
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