I hope nobody has posted this , I have not seen in and I would have thought this is front page worthy- I searched the video name and did not find it,
but I have a good composite of information regardless.
Dr Milton Wainwright from the university of Sheffield England , who studies astrobiology and the history of biology, seems to have made an extremely
interesting discovery- him and his team claim to have found in earth's stratosphere a titanium sphere seemingly crashing towards earth at very high
The sphere is 30 microns in width and filled with some kind of organic matter, but in the layer between is some kind of mesh network that they suggest
is bio mass also.
They sent a high altitude research balloon into the stratosphere with a enclosed collection disk attached, opening the enclosed box when reaching the
desired hight - earth contamination has been ruled out as the sphere left an impact crater in the sample disk proving said sphere came in at speed,
from space as no known mechanism could help particles achieve the speed required to cause this effect.
The research team have indicated their belief this is some kind of unknown living matter.
They have published a paper in the journal of cosmology, and had detractors claim falsely this is not peer reviewed - interestingly.
My belief has always been earth has been seeded and or directly manipulated, and these details are too fitting to be coincidence - they are going to
send up more balloons in the hope of collecting more samples, unfortunately they had to cover the sample in gold to conduct the analysis.
Amazing they were able to detect / bio -mineral scan this object and make direct contact for a miniature impact observation... It will be interesting
to see if its origin is found and if others are detected.
Wainwright also makes some interesting comments in the video about the scientific community's disinterested and mentions that the old extraordinary
claims require extraordinary evidence claim is a fallacy, and science is about trying to replicate others results -rather than disbelief and
The Pdf paper is easy to understand and a very interesting read.
Its amazing if it is what it seems to be, I think the thinking is that there will be many of these found - its probably been going on for billions of
Although I do wonder if an advanced race would be stuck with titanium and be advanced enough to do this, although I bet we could probably do this
already if our very dna's survival depended on it - if we had nano technology but no light speed side step.
If these spheres are to seed planet's, the "fungus like" mesh material could conceivably be impact shock absorption - but would they burn up entering
earths atmosphere? Edit* Just realised it was collected inside the atmosphere so it obviously survived.
They should check the ground for samples too, collection disks somewhere like the artic ice sheet where the air is cleaner etc.
18-1-2014 by Soapusmaximus because: Stupidity
Ok I searched Wainwrights name and found multiple threads my apologies, I won't blame the search fuction as is so fashionable as I only searched the
video name today and other key words like "Titanium Space Balls!" when I first discoved then video a couple of weeks ago.
Did anyone contact Dr Wainwright for an update? Maybe I could email him and ask for any ongoing info he is willing to share?
Swamp gas rocks and birds, thats what THEY will say.
What if ?
VERY advanced aliens who have a ship capable of travelling for thousands/millions of years were firing these objects ahead of themselves in the hope
of seeding planets with life. By the time they reach the seeded planets there ought to be plenty of food and that would enable them to continue their
journey through the universe.
Dr. Wainwright is an associate of Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe. Of course when Wickramasinghe's name is mentioned in connection with anything, it
immediately loses any credibility with the established scientific community. But, I'm actually a fan of Chandra Wickramasinghe and the
Cosmic Ancestry theory.
Cosmic Ancestry theory is an extension of Panspermia theory. Panspermia theory is primarily concerned with abiogenesis, while Cosmic Ancestry
postulates that extraterrestrial biomatter has influenced, and continues to influence, the evolution of all plant and animal species on Earth. It's
an interesting theory that bridges the divide between Intelligent Design and Evolution.
...Cosmic Ancestry theory is an extension of Panspermia theory. Panspermia theory is primarily concerned with abiogenesis, while Cosmic
Ancestry postulates that extraterrestrial biomatter has influenced, and continues to influence, the evolution of all plant and animal species on
Earth. It's an interesting theory that bridges the divide between Intelligent Design and Evolution.
i was going to mention the Panspermia theory as a long held viewpoint...
and probably had some sort of standing in the golden age of Greece ( i recall from school the Greeks had a 'Sopontaneous Generation of Life'
hypothesis ),,, presumably the Greek culture provided the continuation of "Science" after the demise of Atlantis
but--- even with Panspermia... there needs to be a source for the components of life and molecules that presage cellular growth to be
born/materialize/become abundant enough around the entire Galaxy to 'seed' all the niches where life may develop...
i see only two sources for this Panspermia... the material is conjured up from the Black Hole in the center of the Galaxy or from the
Dark-Energy/Dark-Matter halo which seem to envelope every observable Galaxy in the universe
[[making the Panspermia elements either erupt into the Galaxy or the Panspermia elements rain-down on the Galactic space
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News Flash!.... Star Trek isn't real.
People will deny an Intelligent Designer or God, until they have used up every profane word and personal insult they've ever learned, but then, those
same people will quickly accept fairy tales that have space aliens seeding Earth with life. Anti-theist, Richard Dawkins is such a person, and
evidently, there are many more... all in the name of so-called science.
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