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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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Cosmic panspermia irrefutable evidence.
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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 Quoting: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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been trying to inform you all of along now

sigh

and yet, to none avail

said "aquatic" lifeforms/organisms are part and parcel of the waters which later became our oceans hereupon

with the destruction of the "firmament" which comprised said body of waters and surrounded the earth like a "canopy"

which kept it "self watering" hereupon without the need of storms per se, much as would a terrarium environment, as prior to the destruction at the hand of God following the rebellion in the former Age, there was no inclement weather on the earth, as there was neither a Jet Stream at that point in time

seems none can make sense of the Truth hence all will be taught during the upcoming Millennium Age

when your memory returns to you at the 7th Trumpet you will clearly recall said "waters" come crashing down upon your heads, as it did the cities such as Atlantis at the time

pity, as it's fixing to happen in much the same fashion, minus the falling firmament of course

with the Wrath of God that will follow the time of tribulation of the incoming antichrist

the Desolator as he's well known and the Destroyer as is one of his many names and identifiers

back to back tribulation and wrath

something for everyone it seems

; )
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you've also been apprised that said organisms are easily viewed in many of the videos taken from the ISS

floating and drifting aimless about

and depicted in most if not all of same

surely you've seen them from time to time and perhaps wondered...?

then again, perhaps not
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said watery canopy will be set back aright in it's original and future place

just prior to the onset of the third portion of the third and final Earth Age known as The Eternity hereupon, an entirely rejuvenated new earth as it were, and once again shall be in due time

after all have been judged at the Great White Throne Judgment at the end of the Millennium Age, those miscreants who yet wish to follow satan will follow him directly into the Lake of Fire, which will be brought forth in their honor specifically for the occasion, and then summarily dispatched thereafter

never again needing to be brought forth forevermore
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


IMAGE ( [link to i.dailymail.co.uk] )

 Quoting: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
 Quoting: Ford Prefect





been trying to inform you all of along now

sigh

and yet, to none avail

said "aquatic" lifeforms/organisms are part and parcel of the waters which later became our oceans hereupon

with the destruction of the "firmament" which comprised said body of waters and surrounded the earth like a "canopy"

which kept it "self watering" hereupon without the need of storms per se, much as would a terrarium environment, as prior to the destruction at the hand of God following the rebellion in the former Age, there was no inclement weather on the earth, as there was neither a Jet Stream at that point in time

seems none can make sense of the Truth hence all will be taught during the upcoming Millennium Age

when your memory returns to you at the 7th Trumpet you will clearly recall said "waters" come crashing down upon your heads, as it did the cities such as Atlantis at the time

pity, as it's fixing to happen in much the same fashion, minus the falling firmament of course

with the Wrath of God that will follow the time of tribulation of the incoming antichrist

the Desolator as he's well known and the Destroyer as is one of his many names and identifiers

back to back tribulation and wrath

something for everyone it seems

; )
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Cosmic panspermia irrefutable evidence.
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You had me at panspermia.
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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 Quoting: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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The balloon could have easily picked up the organisms on the way up to space or on the way down. There is a lot of life in the air.
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Wow.
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What else could be found?
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NASA astronauts have admitted to seeing large wormy ameoba like organisms following them around as they were in orbit.

Since we exist, Obviously there is life in space... but it's so vast that it's infinite.. you just have to look in the right places.
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


IMAGE ( [link to i.dailymail.co.uk] )

 Quoting: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
 Quoting: Ford Prefect


The balloon could have easily picked up the organisms on the way up to space or on the way down. There is a lot of life in the air.
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Did you read the article? Do you really think they don't know that and didn't design the experiment to prevent the obvious that you pointed out?

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This just in... cosmic Algae tosses ropes and doesn't suffer from a weak stream. :-)

The most nutritious things on the planet are algae and carbon molecules. So now we are surprised when they release we are formed from cosmic algae at the end of the day?

Astaxanthin and C60

Guess what the Chernobyl crew sent the Fukishima guys? Activated Charcoal which contain a nanomaterial called c60 or similar fullerenes.
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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OP, not to rain on your parade, but Dr. Wickramasinghe has been talking about this for decades. I recall the first survey was done in the 90s. I have had the honor of exchanging e-mails with him, and have read most of his very well written articles. He has been published in Nature many times. Still, you will find the so called Shill posters in GLP think "Dr. Wick" is a crank, from what I disgress strongly. He also is under strong criticism because of his ascertainment of having found microfossils, and even recovered live ones, in a recently recovered meteorite (Jan 2012). The microfossils are conspicuous diatoms. It's a fascinating topic, and one that will keep facing strong criticism, to no avail, as it provides proof that life is the constant in the universe, and not the exception.
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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 Quoting: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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"microscopic aquatic algae" are relatively complex life forms...
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Is that the alien life form?
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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Oh no
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Astrophys Space Sci
DOI 10.1007/s10509-012-1227-y
INVITED REVIEW
DNA sequencing and predictions of the cosmic theory of life
N. ChandraWickramasinghe
Received: 15 July 2012 / Accepted: 23 August 2012
© Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2012
Abstract The theory of cometary panspermia, developed
by the late Sir Fred Hoyle and the present author argues
that life originated cosmically as a unique event in one of
a great multitude of comets or planetary bodies in the Universe.
Life on Earth did not originate here but was introduced
by impacting comets, and its further evolution was
driven by the subsequent acquisition of cosmically derived
genes. Explicit predictions of this theory published in 1979–
1981, stating how the acquisition of new genes drives evolution,
are compared with recent developments in relation to
horizontal gene transfer, and the role of retroviruses in evolution.
Precisely-stated predictions of the theory of cometary
panspermia are shown to have been verified.
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Cosmic panspermia irrefutable evidence.
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Um...not 'irrefutable evidence'. There's a claim.

The only 'irrefutable evidence' would be a thorough genetic examination.

For one thing, it's pretty suspect for a 'scientist' to say 'we found microbes on our slide....they can ONLY HAVE COME FROM SPACE!'. Especially when it is absolutely plausible that volcanic eruptions deposit microbes in the stratosphere. Or that his method of having the slide only gather material once in the stratosphere wasn't foolproof.


I am personally interested in the theory of panspermia but this scientist clearly has a dog in the race as he's spent his career trying to prove it.

Now he says 'hey, we sent a balloon up with a slide and it came back with microbes on it, they can ONLY HAVE COME FROM SPACE!!! just trust me ok?'

Conspiracy theorists always seem to lose all their skepticism and clarity of thought when they are told what they want to hear...
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this does not prove alien life at all. I don't know why the experimenter makes such a bold statement, probably to get the press.

He sent the balloon 27km up. This is still in the earth's atmosphere. The furthest layers of earth's atmosphere extend to atleast 600km, though doubtless life could exist there as we know it.

Take this short description of the stratosphere...

"Within this layer, temperature increases as altitude increases (see temperature inversion); the top of the stratosphere has a temperature of about 270 K (−3°C or 29.6°F), just slightly below the freezing point of water.[2] The stratosphere is layered in temperature because ozone (O3) here absorbs high energy UVB and UVC energy waves from the Sun and is broken down into atomic oxygen (O) and diatomic oxygen (O2). "

According to this the stratosphere is much warmer then the layers of atmosphere immediately below it.

i have no doubt it's possible that experiment opened at 27km up and life ended up on those microscopic slides. But to conclude from that, that it's automatically from space.. as opposed to something that literally lives in the stratosphere is a hell of a leap.

Lately we have been finding life in places we never expected on earth, in volcanic vents, 10s of kms into solid rock, in glaciers, in salt beds.

27km up is not space... it ain't even close to space, but the idea that life also thrives in our stratosphere is thrilling. What a beautiful planet we live on.
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We are starting to realize that the hollow earth stories are true, only it is we who are on the inside...
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you've also been apprised that said organisms are easily viewed in many of the videos taken from the ISS

floating and drifting aimless about

and depicted in most if not all of same

surely you've seen them from time to time and perhaps wondered...?

then again, perhaps not
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45446481


[link to spaceflight.nasa.gov]

[link to spaceflight.nasa.gov]

NASA says it's a "small debris"...

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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


IMAGE ( [link to i.dailymail.co.uk] )

 Quoting: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]


Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
 Quoting: Ford Prefect





been trying to inform you all of along now

sigh

and yet, to none avail

said "aquatic" lifeforms/organisms are part and parcel of the waters which later became our oceans hereupon

with the destruction of the "firmament" which comprised said body of waters and surrounded the earth like a "canopy"

which kept it "self watering" hereupon without the need of storms per se, much as would a terrarium environment, as prior to the destruction at the hand of God following the rebellion in the former Age, there was no inclement weather on the earth, as there was neither a Jet Stream at that point in time

seems none can make sense of the Truth hence all will be taught during the upcoming Millennium Age

when your memory returns to you at the 7th Trumpet you will clearly recall said "waters" come crashing down upon your heads, as it did the cities such as Atlantis at the time

pity, as it's fixing to happen in much the same fashion, minus the falling firmament of course

with the Wrath of God that will follow the time of tribulation of the incoming antichrist

the Desolator as he's well known and the Destroyer as is one of his many names and identifiers

back to back tribulation and wrath

something for everyone it seems

; )
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 45446481


you had me until "firmament"...

as to the original post. this just proves that live is literally everywhere on this planet.

Causes me to wonder if life can be sustained in space. Not another planet, but just space. We know know the depths of the ocean and now the upper atmosphere can support it...

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it's a rap!
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said watery canopy will be set back aright in it's original and future place

just prior to the onset of the third portion of the third and final Earth Age known as The Eternity hereupon, an entirely rejuvenated new earth as it were, and once again shall be in due time

after all have been judged at the Great White Throne Judgment at the end of the Millennium Age, those miscreants who yet wish to follow satan will follow him directly into the Lake of Fire, which will be brought forth in their honor specifically for the occasion, and then summarily dispatched thereafter

never again needing to be brought forth forevermore
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I concur. The canopy is returning. The bible is folded in two and ends much as it began. It will be wonderful....if you're ready.
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British scientists believe they have found evidence alien life after sending a balloon to the edge of space.

The team of scientists sent a balloon 27km into the stratosphere and captured small biological organisms they say can only have come from space.

The group, headed up by astrobiologist Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, claims the 'seeds of life' have been transported between planets by passing meteors.

Professor Wickramasinghe, 74, and his team from the University of Sheffield sent a specially designed balloon into the atmosphere above Chester during the annual Perseid meteor shower.

The balloon was carrying sterile microscope slides which were only exposed to the atmosphere at heights of 27km.

When the balloon fell back down to Earth the scientists discovered microscopic aquatic algae on the microscope slides - which they say can only be alien life forms.


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Why NASA and ESA are not talking about it???
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"microscopic aquatic algae" are relatively complex life forms...
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"aquatic algae" doesn't mean is from Earth.
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The only way he could say 'they have to come from space', is if it is known that no earth organisms exist at 27 kilometers high and higher.

If they do come from space, there must be a literal pea soup of them all over the place, for some to have landed on a little glass slide.

Sounds highly dubious to me.

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