Saturday, September 21, 2013


FOUND EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE FORM - British astrobiologists are claiming to have found alien life form in the Earth’s stratosphere. They collected a small diatom frustule that could have come from space after sending a balloon to 27 km into the stratosphere during the recent Perseid meteor shower.
“Most people will assume that these biological particles must have just drifted up to the stratosphere from Earth, but it is generally accepted that a particle of the size found cannot be lifted from Earth to heights of, for example, 27 km. The only known exception is by a violent volcanic eruption, none of which occurred within three years of the sampling trip,” explained Prof Milton Wainwright from the University of Sheffield, who reported the discovery in the Journal of Cosmology.

“In the absence of a mechanism by which large particles like these can be transported to the stratosphere we can only conclude that the biological entities originated from space. Our conclusion then is that life is continually arriving to Earth from space, life is not restricted to this planet and it almost certainly did not originate here.”
The balloon carried microscope studs which were only exposed to the atmosphere when the balloon reached heights of between 22 and 27 km. It was discovered that they had captured a diatom fragment and some unusual biological entities from the stratosphere, all of which are too large to have come from Earth.  “If life does continue to arrive from space then we have to completely change our view of biology and evolution. New textbooks will have to be written!,” said Wainwright.

Scientists have claimed that they may have found alien life floating above the Earth. They have recovered an unusual sample of organic matter from a height of 27,000m. Professor Milton Wainwright said he was “95 per cent convinced” that the organisms did not originate from earth.  “Statistically, there's no reason why life should originate on earth. There are billions and billions of comets, but most biologists are stuck on earth,” he said. The modern Western understanding of the source and structure of the universe has been based on interpreting celestial phenomena observed by technological devices which were then analyzed within the framework of physics. However, this scientific framework cannot understand the Vedic accounts related to the source of the matter which forms the universes. In the Bhāgavata Purāna it is stated that only because of God the material universes - temporarily manifested by the reactions of the three modes of nature - appear factual, although they are unreal. Scientists, who have been taught only to observe the world from the point of view of modern science, consider these statements as absurd or mythological stories. (Editor's note).

Our ideas of the nature of space, time, and matter are essential ingredients in our understanding of the cosmos. When we look into the heavens, our direct sensory data consist of patterns of light. These patterns say nothing, in and of themselves, about the nature of the sources of this light. In order to say something about the cosmic manifestations that have produced the light, it is necessary to assume that the universe is made of some kind of stuff, or matter, that has certain characteristics and obeys certain laws. Given such assumptions, we can then ask ourselves what arrangement of this matter, acting in accordance with the laws, would produce the observed light patterns. If we are successful in putting together a consistent explanation of the observed data based on the assumed laws and properties, then we tend to suppose that we have correctly understood the structure of the universe.

Dr Richard L. Thompson - Sripad Sadaputa Dasa :
“Vedic Cosmography and Astronomy”
Chapter 2: “Vedic Physics the Nature of Space, Time, and Matter”

Published by dasavatara das - “Vedic Views on World News”

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