'Ghost particle' proves aliens exist and life is out there

Monday, January 19, 2015
The ghost particle resembles a wisp of smoke
[PHOTO: University of Sheffield]
London: Mysterious and never-before seen picture reveals a  spectral-like ‘ghost particle’ discovered in debris gathered from outer space.

Scientists claim an oddly shaped microscopic structure which has been found may have acted as a "ballon"which microorganisms inflated with lighter than air gases, so they could float on the atmospheres and seas of worlds.

Discovered by Professor Milton Wainwright and his team from the University of Sheffield and the University of Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology, it is, they claim, the latest proof aliens exist.

It could even be the next step in piecing together the age-long conundrum of where life on Earth came from, with experts firmly pointing the finger outside our planet.

Professor Wainwright insists the particle, found in dust and particulate matter collected from the stratosphere, is biological.

This find comes just a short time after International Space Station (ISS) astronauts found tiny microscopic plankton on the station. Some bacteria and DNA are known to be able to survive the harsh conditions of space, and it is still unclear whether these plankton blew up from Earth or came from elsewhere.

“If our findings are true they will forever alter our view of life and particularly evolution on Earth and we will need to rewrite of our biology textbooks. It is an amazing discovery and the evidence is overwhelming that these organisms have originated from outer space," said Wainwright.

Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, who aso worked on the experiment said viruses and viral particles are constantly raining down on Earth from space in a process called cometary panspermia.

“DNA carries the blueprint of all life, and its survival during space travel is essential if life is to be regarded a cosmic phenomenon,” he said.

“This finding shows that DNA and viruses can survive the rigours of space travel – escape at high speed through the atmosphere of one planet and land in tact on another.

“The result  gives strong support for the Hoyle-Wickramasinghe theory of Evolution from Space.  

“It lends very strong support to the theory of cometary panspermia.”

Professor Wainwright added: “Everything that we have on the Earth is derived from space, including humans.”

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