According to new research, its very likely that we are all in face Aliens that came from elsewhere in the universe to Earth. Ladies and gentleman the controversy has been served after Astronauts on board the International Space Stations discovered marine plankton on one of the Stations windows.
Another point for ‘Panspermia’ here as researchers say that this is further evidence to support the idea that life came to our planet from elsewhere in the cosmos.
While Russian experts state that these tiny organisms were brought to the station by ‘air currents from the sea’ where plankton is found in abundance, other scientists argue that it is impossible for plankton to ‘travel’ to the ISS, meaning that these organisms must have originated from somewhere else.
The finding was made possible thanks to high precision equipment although researchers have no idea how the organisms ended up at the International Space Station.
Further research on the organisms discovered on the International Space Station showed that the organisms are not native to Baikonur, Kazahstan, where some of the modules originated. This means that it is extremely unlikely that the organisms were hauled into space from the launch although there is a possibility that they were transferred from US parts of the ISS since NASA launch sites are located near the Atlantic Ocean.
"The results of the experiment are absolutely unique. We have found remains of sea plankton (...). This should be studied further, "said cosmonaut Vladimir Soloviev, head of one of the Russian orbital missions. According to Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe , from the Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology, algae or diatoms have been previously found in meteorites that fell to Earth.
'Diatoms have been found on meteorites in Sri Lanka, but there has been no proof where they actually came from,' he said.
'This is the first time that we have evidence that points towards complex living organisms falling from the skies to Earth.
'The space station is orbiting the earth in a total vacuum, there is no air, so it is a total defiance of the laws of physics to say these organisms were blown into space from Earth.
'The only explanation is that they have come from elsewhere in space, and this supports long-held theories that plankton, and therefore all life on Earth including humans, originated from organisms in space.
'Everything that we have on the Earth is derived from space, including humans.'
by Ivan; ewao