Ghost Particle Proof Of ET Life? Astrobiologists Say Particle Is Proof Alien Life Exists

Ghost Particle Proof Of ET Life ?
Astrobiologists Say Particle Is Proof Alien Life Exists
‘Ghost Particle’ Proof Of ET Life? Astrobiologists Say Particle Is Proof Alien Life Exists.

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A team of British researchers from the Universities of Sheffield and Buckingham claim they have discovered a microscopic structure in the outer reaches of the Earth’s atmosphere which furnishes evidence of existence of alien or extraterrestrial (ET) life. They claim that the structure, which has a “ghostly appearance,” could be the long-awaited proof that life exists in other parts of our universe.

An image of the “ghost particle,” described as looking like a chiffon scarf and having the width of a human hair, is being published for the first time, according to Sunday Express. The particle has been dubbed “ghost particle” because of its wispy appearance which resembles a “wisp of smoke” when viewed under a microscope.

The particle was discovered by Professor Milton Wainright and his team from the University of Sheffield and the University of Buckingham Center for Astrobiology in dust and particulate matter collected from the stratosphere, the outer part of our atmosphere.

They were able to collect the particle from the stratosphere, at an altitude of about 27 kilometers, by sending up balloons during last year’s Perseid shower.

The “ghost particle” appears to be the researchers’ latest characterization of what they had earlier dubbed a “dragon particle,” when they first announced in September 2014 discovery of what they claimed was an extraterrestrial particle of biological nature in debris collected from the stratosphere.

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