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The first red rain occurred hours after local people heard a loud, cracking sound -- possibly the high-altitude explosion of a small meteor. The elliptical pattern of red rainfall resembles the pattern of fragments when a meteor strikes at a low angle -- but no meteor fragments were found.
While rainfall commonly contains desert dust, Louis noted that the cells in the Kerala samples looked nothing like dust.
An electron-microscope photo "clearly shows that these particles are having a fine structure similar to biological cell (sic)," the Louis report said.
This new biology proves our earlier hypothesis that these microbes are of extraterrestrial origin and also supports our earlier argument that the mysterious red rain of Kerala is due to the cometary delivery of the red spores into the stratosphere above Kerala.
Mysterious red cells might be aliens
More important, they argue, blood cells don't replicate. "We've already got some stunning pictures -- transmission electron micrographs -- of these cells sliced in the middle," Wickramasinghe says. "We see them budding, with little daughter cells inside the big cells."
Originally posted by UnusualMe
It's a movie
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