We have spent billions of dollars, created entire industry to determine if there is other life out there. It is the real age old best question shared by all mankind, and yet when we finally get proof there is life everywhere in the cosmos, it doesn’t even make MSM! WTF.
It wasn’t NASA, JPL, or ESA that finally makes the undeniable discovery. Instead N. C. Wickramasinghe, J. Wallis, D.H. Wallis and Anil Samaranayake of Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology, University of Buckingham, Buckingham, UK , School of Mathematics, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK and the Medical Research Institute, Colombo, Sri Lanka that make the most significant discover in the history of mankind.
They reported the discovery for the first time of diatom frustules in a carbonaceous meteorite that fell in the North Central Province of Sri Lanka on 29 December 2012. Contamination is excluded by the circumstance that the elemental abundances within the structures match closely with those of the surrounding matrix. There is also evidence of structures morphologically similar to red rain cells that may have contributed to the episode of red rain that followed within days of the meteorite fall. The new data on “fossil” diatoms provide strong evidence to support the theory of cometary panspermia.
The Polonnaruwa meteorite
Minutes after a large fireball was seen by a large number of people in the skies over Sri Lanka on 29 December 2012, a large meteorite disintegrated and fell in the village of Araganwila, which is located a few miles away from the historic ancient city of Polonnaruwa.
The meteorite when examined under a light microscope exhibits a highly porous and composite structure characteristic of a carbonaceous chondrite, with fine-grained olivine aggregates connected with mineral intergrowths. A few percent carbon as revealed by EDX analysis confirms the status of a carbonaceous meteorite. The general characteristics of the new meteorite bear a striking similarity to those of the unusual Maribo CM chondrite that fell over Denmark on January 17, 2009 (Haach et al, 2011), although its porosity appears to be significantly lower. This meteorite was identified as arising from an extinct cometary fragment in the Taurid complex associated with comet Encke.
At the time of entry into the Earth’s atmosphere on 29 December 2012, the parent body of the Polonnaruwa meteorite would have had most of its interior porous volume filled with water, volatile organics and possibly viable living cells. A remarkable coincidence that should be noted is that within several days of the meteorite fall, an extensive region around the site of the fall experienced an episode of red rain. The red rain was analyzed at the MRI in Colombo and has been shown to contain red biological cells that show viability as well as motility.
Here we have unimpeachable scientific evidence that not only is there life out there, but life from “out there” has made a fantastic journey through the cosmos and arrived ALIVE on earth! WOW! This means therefore that the identification of fossilised diatoms in the Polonnaruwa meteorite is firmly established and unimpeachable. Since this meteorite is considered to be an extinct cometary fragment, the idea of microbial life carried within comets and the theory of cometary panspermia is thus vindicated.
You can read the report in its entirety here: http://www.buckingham.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Polonnaruwa-meteorite.pdf.
Am I the only one who finds it odd that the greatest discovery of our history doesn’t even make a mention in MSM? What else don’t we know. My guess is everything that is important for us to know.
This comes on the heels of the news that Aaron Swartz who was a brilliant 26-year-old software developer and most recently worked at a company called Thoughtworks, a global software developer, and before that, was well known as a developer of Reddit, the inventor of RSS, and one of the designers of Creative Commons committed suicide on Friday, January 11. At the time of his death, Aaron Swartz was under indictment for using MIT access to log into JSTOR, a database of scholarly articles, and downloading those articles with the intent to make them public. If Swartz had been convicted of these charges, he faced more than 30 years in prison.
WE must find a way to wake up and demand that access to all knowledge is an unalienable human right. To the scientists and others who are gagged by their employers or governments and have knowledge in medicine, science, energy, or the cosmos that would elevate and benefit all mankind, stand up and speak out. While I know there is real fear of significant risk to you to do so, I wonder what your karmic debt will be for not doing so? There must be a way that you can find strength in numbers. Just a thought.