Since a few years the idea of an interstellar ecosystem is spreading out all over the planet. By simple logic deduction it becomes clear, that nature will not use all that energy that is necessary to produce life on each single planet. But nature uses the natural interstellar transport mechanisms of comets and asteroids to spread out life. This is a simple ecological demand: all ecologic systems find their state of minimum energy. Since the discovery of the first interstellar comet in 2017, it is clear to most biologists, that interstellar ecosystems might really exist.
Even higher life forms are transported over interstellar distances in a million years time range, as long they produce dauer stages like eggs or spores. This is what I predicted in 2011. I explain the transport mechanisms and the ecological origin in the minimization of energy principle in this blog. Ten of thousands of people were inspired by the idea since then. And the idea is spreading out throughout science. Press entitles the activities mostly Neo-Panspermism. But Panspermism is something else, it is an alternative to the theory, that the origin of life is on Earth, and it was developed in the nineteenth century mainly to fight against the new biological geocentrism that established itself during that time. Interstellar ecology doesn’t care so much about the mere origins and will not fight against established philosophically or religiously motivated scientific thoughts. It only predicts, that all life forms in an certain interstellar distance are highly entangled and share DNA regularly over periods of millions of years by natural interstellar transport mechanisms.
Now biologists have claimed for the first time that Octopusses, that have much more DNA than e.g. humans have, did come as frozen eggs to the ancient earth.
You can read more about that claims in the following article:
Interstellar ecology seems to be real. Read more about interstellar ecology (Stellare Ökologie) here: