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Message Subject Brit scientists send balloon into the stratosphere and it comes back carrying alien life forms.
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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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