CategoryPanspermia

2018/05/19 – Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe & Kelly Em – Are Octopi From Outer Space … Really?! 2018/05/19 – Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe & Kelly Em – Are Octopi From Outer Space … Really?!   Podcast Download https://content.streamhoster.com/file/osom/osom/ProfessorChandraWickramasinghe_KellyEm_AreOctopiFromOuterSpace_Really_2018-05-19_OSOM.mp3?dl=1  
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2018-5-20 : Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe invited to COSPAR 2018 – COSPAR 2018 Prof Nalin Chandra Wickramasinghe Buckingham Centre for Astrobiology, University of Buckingham, UK 24 Llwyn Y Pia Road Lisvane CF14 0SY Cardi United Kingdom March 30, 2018 Notice of Acceptance and Schedule, 42nd COSPAR Scienti fic Assembly, 14 – 22 July 2018, Pasadena, CA, United States...
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In 1981 when the most startling example of extremophilic microorganisms known was possibly M radiodurans,  Fred Hoyle and I wrote this in “Evolution from Space” : “Bacteria are found occupying tiny specialised niches.  Thus J.G. Zeikus and R.S. Wolfe(3) isolated a highly thermophylic methanogenic bacterium which required conditions for replication that were very peculiar, namely an...
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“Aliens have reached Earth, say researchers from the University of Edinburgh’s School of Physics and Astronomy, basing their dramatic findings on a new study of fast-moving extraterrestrial dust that constantly rains down on our atmosphere. These particles serve as tiny ‘spaceships’ for microorganisms from alien worlds that traverse the vastness of interstellar space for eons...
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“As Cassini’s extraordinary 13 years of exploration concludes, enjoy this up-to-the-minute, far-reaching, wide-ranging look at that little moon Enceladus, at Saturn with the big possibilities”,  Carolyn C. Porco, University of California, Berkeley, California.  Space Science Institute, Boulder, Colorado. “The four following papers in this collection address, in one form or another, the anticipated bioloads at Enceladus,...
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Delighted to read this May 2017 paper by  Manasvi Lingam and Abraham Loeb Significance The search for extraterrestrial life is one of the most exciting frontiers in present-day astronomy. Recently, the TRAPPIST-1 star was discovered to host seven rocky planets with masses and radii similar to those of the Earth, of which at least three of them...
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It was 11 October 1978, 40 years ago next year, that Patrick Moore interviewed Sir Fred Hoyle and Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe on the  hypothesis that “Life is a Cosmic Phenomenon”. Since that time experiment after experiment, have accumulated evidence consistent with the hypothesis;  and today in 2017, Panspermia remains the “best” model for life in...
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O’ the irony! Having already spread billions of dessicated viruses and bacteria on the surface of Mars and most other local bodies, over so many missions, we now announced that: “We may need to put men on Mars before we can really rule out life on the Red Planet once and for all”. So man...
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I think this is the best reference to the latest news  from Russia: http://tass.com/science/947789 Sincerely Prof. Chandra Wickramasinghe  
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