Existence of Alien Life In Space
Existence of Alien Life In Space: Researches has become very fast in almost all the fields including space. Space scientists are on the move to find and explore more and more in the vast and vast endless space.
Scientists have discovered a strange and microscopic living balloon in the outer levels of the Earth’s atmosphere, which they say hints at the existence of alien life.
Researchers at the University of Sheffield and University of Buckingham Center for Astrobiology said the spectral-like structure, dubbed ghost particle, might have carried microscopic alien organisms, Press Tv reported. The samples were collected by balloons sent into the stratosphere, 27 kilometers above the Earth’s atmosphere, to examine space debris.
The particle, as thick as a human hair strand, is a biological organism that resembles a chiffon scarf when examined under a microscope, said Milton Wainwright of the Buckingham Center for Astrobiology. “We can speculate that in its space environment this ghost particle is a living balloon which an alien microscopic organism might inflate with lighter than air gasses allowing it to float in the air or the seas of an unknown space environment,” he added.
The particle, nothing similar to which has ever been found on earth, is in absolutely pristine condition without any manner of contamination like pollen, grass or pollution particles, said the researcher.
Earlier 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 astro-biologist Professor Chandra Wickrama singhe, 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.
Their findings were published in a paper during the Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology conference in San Diego, USA, last month.
Prof Wickramasinghe said: ‘Biological entities of this nature have not previously been reported occurring in the stratosphere.
‘The entities varied from a presumptive colony of ultra-small bacteria to two unusual individual organisms – part of a diatom frustule and a 200 micron-sized particle mass interlaced with biofilm and biological filaments.’
He said these findings were evidence for the theory of ‘cometary panspermia’.
This states that the ‘seeds of life’ exist all over the Universe and travel through space from one planet to another.
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