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"After examining a mysterious tiny spherical object, scientists are suggesting that alien exists. The scientists further claim that extraterrestrial
beings may have sent this circular object to create life on earth.
According to The University of Buckingham, astrobiologist Milton Wainwright and his team of researchers from University of Sheffield and the
University of Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology found this “microscopic metal globe” in the stratosphere of Earth. The balloon sent 27 kms in
atmosphere to collect the debris from space stumbled upon this metal object.
According to Express UK, the object is made up of titanium and vanadium which ejects liquid, said to be biological in nature. The discovery of an
object that is the width of a human hair has prompted multiple theories of the origin of the object. The scientists reportedly believe it is an alien
microorganism or a “seed” designed by “intelligent species” to create alien life on Earth.
“One theory is it was sent to Earth by some unknown civilisation in order to continue seeding the planet with life,” Professor Wainwright
hypothesizes. The professor notes that this theory comes from a Nobel Prize winner, a molecular biologist Sir Francis Crick and it is called
“directed panspermia.” According to Panspermia theory, life can be found throughout the universe as it continues spreading through meteoroids,
asteroids and comets.
It was earlier found that the DNA can survive in harshest space conditions. A plasmid that was attached to the exterior of a Texus-49 rocket was sent
into space by researchers from Sweden in 2011. When it returned, it was noticed that the DNA was unscathed.
Professor Wainwright is a British microbiologist of the Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology, University of Buckingham. He is the discoverer of
“dragon particle” and “ghost particle” that they believe is a proof of alien life in space.
Wainwright suggests that there is a possibility that this metal object may have landed in space from a comet. “For the moment, we are content to say
that the life-containing titanium sphere came from space, possibly from a comet." NASA is undertaking similar research by sending a balloon into
Earth’s atmosphere. Wainwright is hopeful that the NASA scientists will get similar results as they have.
Professor Wickramasinghe, the supporter of the theory that alien life continues to enter Earth from asteroids and comets, said: “Proving that the
Earth is in a constant exchange of matter with the larger cosmos would have implications not only in terms of our identity, but could also give us
insight into alien viruses which may be important for our group identity, evolution and survival itself.”