POLONNARUWA METEORITE WITH EVIDENCE OF LIFE FROM OUTER SPACE
A meteorite that Landed recently, close to the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka has been described as the most important scientific discovery in the last 500 years as it carried compelling evidence of life from outer space.
The scientists who discovered the contents of the meteorite said, we report here the first compelling evidence for life existing outside the earth.
Following extensive lab work in the United Kingdom and Sri Lanka four scientists in a paper said, We report the discovery for the first time of fossilized diatoms in a carbonaceous meteorite that fell on 29 December 2012. Diatoms are a variety of algae.
They very firmly said contamination, a hazard scientists face when examining things fallen from the sky on the ground is excluded in the meteorite they have named Polonnaruwa.
The four scientists, Chandra Wickramasinghe, J. Wallis, D.H.Wallis, and Anil Samaranayaka said, there are also structures in the meteorite similar to the red rain cells that fell within days in the area.
The team in a paper to be published in the Journal of Cosmology added, The new data on fossil diatom provide strong evidence to support the theory of Cometary Panspermia -a theory that says life came to our planet earth and other worlds hitchhiking on comets from far corners of the universe.
The scientists said minutes after a large fireball seen by a large number of people in Sri Lanka on 29 December 2012 a large meteorite disintegrated and fell in the village of Araganwila located few miles away from the historic city of Polonnaruwa.
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. The scientists said a remarkable coincidence was the red rain.
They said the red rain analyzed at the Medical Research Insitute in Colombo contained red biological cells that show spontaneous movement and the ability to reproduce. Abnormally high in arsenic and silver they are connected to a nonterritorial habitat, possibly connected with a cometary asteroidal body. The four scientists said the Polonnaruwa meteorite was a result of a fragmentation of such a body.