- Fact #1 A potentially "immortal" jellyfish species that can age backward—the Benjamin Button of the deep—is silently invading the world's oceans, swarm by swarm, a recent study says. Like the Brad Pitt movie character, the immortal jellyfish transforms from an adult back into a baby, but with an added bonus: Unlike Benjamin Button, the jellyfish can do it over and over again—though apparently only as an emergency measure. Another mystery is how the jellyfish achieve their remarkable age reversal. Miglietta speculates that the creatures have very effective cellular repair mechanisms that allow them to age without incurring the usual ravages of time. Like cancer cells, "some cells of this jellyfish that were supposed to [die] … are able to switch off some genes and to switch on some other genes, reactivating genetic programs that were used in earlier stages of the life cycle," Piraino said.
- Fact #2 Recently in the news the latest crop circles are in a detailed form of a jellyfish as you can see on this link http://weeklyworldnews.com/alien-alert/8672/jellyfish-crop-circle/
- Fact #3 In Friday morning's news - A lightning sprite in the form of a jellyfish - here is a link and definition of lightning sprites - (http://news.yahoo.com/s/livescience/20090611/sc_livescience/strangelightninglookslikejellyfish
So let's see we have mysterious swarms of jellyfish that can age backwards and we don't know where they came from or how they can do it, we have crop circles that appeared in a very detailed picture of jellyfish, and we have a lightning sprite (lightning sprites are linked to UFOs among other things) that is also in the form of a jellyfish. Why is no one else questioning this?!