Discovered with the use of super-powerful magnets to capture the smallest pieces of debris floating in space, the bovine particle is a complete living being. Professor Milton Wainwright from the University of Buckingham Astrobiology Center claims that he proves that life exists outside the Earth. This discovery was the result of a research project in Derbyshire, which included the launching of powerful magnets into the stratosphere. Professor Wainwright explained that the image shows a salt crystal with a bizarre horned creature erupting from one surface that was captured during the study.
He said that he points further to the theory of panspermia, that not only life in space, but also that it constantly flows to Earth.
He said: the picture illustrates what we consider to be alien microbes high in the stratosphere.
University of Buckingham University. “Organism” is called a complete living being
Our team caused quite a stir for the last couple of years, saying that these microbes constantly come to Earth from space. Our critics loudly declare refusal of our work, but so far no one has provided a viable alternative explanation to our He said that the structure is an amorphous form associated with a grain of salt and was discovered using rare elements, including dysprosium, lutetium, neodymium And niobium.
He said: as far as we can tell, the particle has nothing to do with anything found on Earth.
This latest launch is also interesting because the team discovered particles containing so-called rare earth elements at an altitude of about 30 kilometers in the stratosphere.
These masses of particles are too large to be carried away from the Earth and, like the alien forms of life that we find, must come to Earth from outer space.
The discovery earlier this summer follows the discovery of a dragon particle and a ghost particle last year and a strange seed-like organism that puzzled scientists this spring.
A microscopic metal ball, also found by Professor Wainwright and his team, apparently spewed out a liquid thought to contain genetic material. The latest find adds another proof to the controversial theories of Professor Wainwright that the alien life exists in close parameters to the Earth.
AP. Professor Wainwright previously talked about the existence of extraterrestrial life
His work is supported by the astrobiologist Chandra Vikramasing, who for a long time believed that we are not alone in the universe. This separate report, written by Professor Vikramasing and Gensuke Tokoro of the Institute for the Study of Japanese Medicine and Astrophysics, argues that there is an extraterrestrial life of microorganisms. Professor Vikramasinghe said: “At the turn of the millennium, there is ample evidence that the microbial life really exists outside the Earth.
GETTY. Other particles were also detected
GETTY. The Great Nebula of Orion
Nowadays it is allowed to assert that comets and meteorites deliver chemical building blocks of life to form the original soup from which life originated on Earth about four billion years ago. The idea of life occurring on Earth in some original soup is deeply rooted in the religious and scientific culture of the Western world. Note that with the rapidly growing evidence that everything indicates the existence of extraterrestrial life, it would be unwise to ignore the facts.
Wrong ideas have harmed science in the past. If we are not vigilant, this can happen again, and this time the social and economic consequences can be more catastrophic.