I'm not entirely confident of the finds, but if they are true it may be a strong case for the theory of Panspermia. Panspermia is the belief in life being abundant all across the cosmos, and that life seeds itself across the universe by piggy backing on cosmic rock and ice. In a bizzare way, if this theory were to become proven, it might make all life one single entity, and that differing variations in genetic structure are merely ways to ensure survival of life itself, not nessersarily the species in general or the individual creature.
Of course there is no real tangible evidence in support of Panspermia, except perhaps the idea that life on Earth was transported here from Mars originally.
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