During analysis of a balloon-launched sampler, evidence for the existence of human, and a vast variety of DNA derived from other organisms, in the stratosphere was found. We obviously cannot publish such findings on human DNA because of the problem of contamination during sampling and processing (of course, this may not have happened!). However, this […]
Our latest balloon-lofted sampler was launched into the stratosphere above Fort Laramie, Wyoming, USA (launched by Sent into Space.com around the time of the recent solar eclipse).
The latest issue of the EdgeScience magazine is now here, with Prof. Wainwright’s work as its main cover story article
On the night of Friday the 10th of November, the Firth court quad in the University of Sheffield became the stage to a spectacular event. Inspiring educational videos that school students created were projected on the walls of the Firth court building during an outdoor screening that lasted all evening.
If you live in or near Sheffield, free on the 25th of this September, and curious about life in the stratosphere, then you are in luck!
The theory of life coming to Earth from space has been the subject of one of the latest creations of Chicago artist Jerome Walker. Jerome said “I read your article on the sphere you recovered and it inspired me to create a large painting (121.92 cm x 243.84 cm), a diptych, depicting, among other things, the […]
On Sunday, September 20, from 10pm to 11pm Pacific US Time. (UK : Monday morning, September 21, from 6am to 7am), Prof. Milton Wainwright will be a guest on the Coast to Coast AM Radio to discuss the discovery of extra-terrestrial organism discovery. The discussion will include the newest discovered biological entities that were retrieved in the stratosphere using strong […]
Critics of panspermia often say that the idea is of no interest, since it merely removes the problem of life’s origin from Earth to somewhere else.
Originally, the term ‘panspermia’ was used by microbiologists (of the late Victorian period, e.g. Roberts, 1874) to refer to the observation that terrestrial air is full of microorganisms. Panspermia, was later used to cover the view that life on Earth originated from space.