Originally posted by DARREN1976
Originally posted by smurfy
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He said: "I've got ongoing collaborations with, for example, the Russian space agency. Next year is 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's first manned
trip around the world. To mark this, we're doing lots of experiments such as looking for viruses and evidence of cometary organics coming in from
space. To continue work like that I have to set up a company."
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I have heard mentioned that SPANISH INFLUENZA and the the BLACK PLAGUE amonst a few other major epidemics also, where preceded by a lot of activity in
the sky, meaning comets/UFO's/meteors where spotted days and hours before outbreaks of these things, including red rain and feathery filaments being
discovered that are maybe connected to some of this, the filaments actually showed up as biological but subsequently the lab burned down that was
studying them, and there where no other samples to carry on working with..... Bunch of Baloney, or something more sinister at Work? you decide!
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Whatever, (I been hearing stuff like this since I was very young) and to be fair to the man it's very much early days yet as the pretty reasonable MIT
take on it says. Chandra Wickramasinghe is not exactly the everyday quack either, as some posts imply. He has had a prestigious education, is a
professor and held prestigious posts. One can't even say that he has fell out of his tree because of old age, he's been pursuing this line of thinking
for many years. On the other hand, he and Hoyle got it wrong over the Archaeopteryx fossil, which they said was a fraud.
However, for this thread, in the paper published on 5th march, (see below) one of the early mentions is that the police reports say some people were
burned, (minor) picking up the stones. If that is true, then it gives weight to the stones being parts of a meteorite, and a good deal to the rest. If
it's not true, then the whole thing falls apart from the very start, and all that's left is pretty pictures, no peer reviews no nothing.
(Extract) "Police records indicate reports of low level
burn injuries from immediate contact with the fallen
stones and subsequent reports of a strong aroma. One
woman was reported to have lost consciousness and was
transported to the hospital after inhaling fumes"
It will be interesting to see how today's NASA findings on Mars will be received, will their feet be kissed?
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