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It seems that they got their false information from an article published by Gizmodo (also posted to Wired Science).

In its original form (Gizmodo edited the post once they realized how wrong they’d gotten it), the post says: NASA has discovered a completely new life form that doesn’t share the biological building blocks of currently living on planet Earth. Discovered in poisonous Mono Lake, California, this bacteria is made of arsenic, something that was thought to be completely impossible. While the exciting claims may change the way we think about life in extreme environments, there are still doubters in the scientific community.

The photographer managed to capture four separate images of the unexplained object before it disappeared into the night's sky.

Shocked, Oliver messaged Chad Blakely, owner of Lights over Lapland and close partner with Off the Map Travel, saying “I think I photographed UFOs”.

This doesn’t mean these little bacteria are the second (or third, or fourth) coming of life on earth–they are the same “strain of life” as everything else on the planet (including us).

This point seems to escape The Huffington Post, who led their incredibly misleading article with the title: NASA Announcement LIVE: New Life Form Discovered (VIDEO) Though, if both the headline and the article are misleading, is it really misleading?

Estrenada aquí como, presenciar del tirón la totalidad de sus 112 minutos de su metraje hoy en día, supone todo un desafío para nuestra sufrida vista sin la presencia de sustancias ilegales en nuestro torrente sanguíneo.Many are saying that additional research is necessary to confirm Wolfe-Simon’s results, and some scientists are even suggesting that the study’s authors got it all wrong.We’ll keep you updated on the developments, but we can tell you one thing right now: it’s definitely not aliens.blogger Ed Yong at Not Exactly Rocket Science, for those who were off-planet last week: In California’s Mono Lake, Felisa Wolfe-Simon has discovered bacteria that not only shrug off arsenic’s toxic effects, but positively thrive on it.They can even incorporate the poisonous element into their proteins and DNA, using it in place of phosphorus.

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Related Content: The Loom: Of Arsenic and Aliens Not Exactly Rocket Science: Mono Lake Bacteria Build Their DNA Using Arsenic (and No, This Isn’t About Aliens) Bad Astronomy: NASA’s Real News: Bacterium on Earth That Lives Off Arsenic!