“We Are On The Verge Of A Major, Profound Discovery!” – T. Blank
We are the aliens.
A dark secret lies deeply buried in our DNA. We are all aliens – made up of cosmic genes, from cosmic bacteria and viruses that drifted down to us in comet dust and meteorites through the depths of space.
Continuing to turn a blind eye to the evidence presented below may be fraught with dangers that threaten the very continuity of our species.
Earth-like planets galore.
Astronomical observations using the NASA Kepler Space Telescope launched in 2009 have recently revealed that over 100 billion habitable Earth-like planets could exist in the Milky Way system, the galaxy of stars to which our planetary system belongs.
And now, scientists found evidence that there are ten times more Galaxies in the Cosmos as previously believed. That’s two Trillion galaxies, most with hundreds of billions of stars, trillions and trillions of planets!
Whilst the ideas of an Earth-centred universe were abandoned by the dawn of the 17th century, modern ideas of life continue to remain firmly Earth-centred.
Life in the form of bacteria is posited, without any evidence whatsoever, to arise de novo in a primordial ocean from organic molecules that were supposedly generated in its original place on the Earth.
It has now been discovered that the oldest evidence of microbial life on Earth is contained in rocks (discovered in Western Australia) that formed 4.1 billion years ago, at a time of intense comet and asteroid bombardment. The possibility of a terrestrial primordial soup is now squeezed out of the geological record making it most unlikely that life could have originated on the Earth.
The Theory of Panspermia.
For many years I’ve surmised that It is far more probable that the impacting comets brought the first micro organisms to Earth from the external cosmos. Astronomical data and calculations have pointed to the widespread prevalence of freeze-dried bacteria and viruses throughout the universe.
Cosmic Viruses and Evolution.
It’s been argued that once microbial life became established on the Earth its further evolution leading to plants, animals, humans required a continuing input, albeit sporadically, of viral genes from the external cosmos.
Darwinian evolution was then relegated to a less important role of sifting out best-fitting life forms (vis-a-vis survival in the terrestrial environment) from a range of outcomes determined by viral ingress to the Earth. On this picture major genetic shifts leading to the emergence of new species, classes and orders did not arise from the accumulations of favourable copying errors as hitherto believed but from the incorporation of whole new suites of cosmic genes.
Evidence continues to grow.
Life originating outside the Earth, and evolving mainly through the agency of external inputs, continues to be fiercely resisted by practitioners of orthodox science. With the body of supportive evidence getting stronger by the day, however, this resistance cannot continue much longer.
Last year the Rosetta Space Mission to a comet (Comet 67P/C-G, to give its technical name) discovered ample evidence of life processes releasing streams of organic molecules.
Since 2001 the collection of material from the stratosphere using balloons flown to heights of 41km has shown ample evidence of microbes.
Likewise the growing evidence for fossil micro organisms in meteorites (large fragments of comets and meteorites that reach the Earth) has been vigorously disputed. Recently, the Polonnaruwa Meteorite that fell in 2013 was found to have unambiguous signs of microbial life – far too uncomfortable for the critics.
A close study of the patterns of pandemics of viral diseases revealed that in some cases, i. e. influenza, person to person spread of an endemic virus cannot be the whole story. In the classic instance of the 1918/1919 influenza pandemic that claimed over 20 million lives worldwide, the first outbreaks of a lethal strain appeared on the same day in Boston and Bombay. Before the advent of air travel this was of course impossible on the basis of person-to-person transmission.
Alien genes discovered in the octopus.
If a single discovery is to serve as a watershed in the journey to accepting our cosmic origins, it is a recent study of two related species the squid and the octopus. The squid has an antiquity in the geological record that goes back to the great Metazoan Explosion of multi-celled life 540 million years ago. The octopus apparently branches out from the squid line about 400 million years ago, presumed to evolve from an ancestral squid.
The squid contains a very meagre compliment of genes adequate to serve its modest survival needs. The emergent octopus, on the other hand, has over 40,000 genes (the human has only 25,000 genes) and many of these genes code for complex brain function.
Where did the suite of genes coding for complex brain function come from? They were not present in the ancestral squid or in any other living form that existed on the Earth at the time. The clear implication is that they came from outside the Earth – external to terrestrial biology.
Taking account of evidence from many disparate disciplines – astronomy and space exploration, geology, biology, genetics and epidemiology – there can be no question that alien life invaded the Earth 4.1 billion years ago and still continues to do so.
Neglecting this stark and simple fact of life could be to our peril.
I think it’s time for mainstream scientists to take a good look at the UAP/UFO phenomenon. The evidence is everywhere.
Continuing to turn a blind eye to UAP Reality may be fraught with dangers that threaten the very continuity of our species. (Click on the “Hynek” image below for more)
Courtesy of Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe
By T. Blank
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