Panspermia

Retraction?!?!

Imperious MedComm editor James Henderson Naismith defiles science by "requesting" Covid paper retraction from Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe

Science hits rock bottom. Covid is from space.

Astrobiological Airbrush

Avi Loeb and Manasvi Lingam re-write science history to eliminate modern founders of astrobiology

Havard’s Avi Loeb, and Florida Tech’s Manasvi Lingam, do science and their own reputations a great disservice in a recently published fake history of the term astrobiology. In their self-described “Treatise,” they present the subject as the result of a simple progression of people and ideas, and provide 120 references purporting to follow the growth in understanding of the subject. They even credit themselves with “theoretical and experimental breakthroughs in resolving the question of how life originated on our planet.”

Published: Four key papers on Covid from Space

From Steele, Wickramasinghe, Howard et al.

If you are interested in Covid from Space this is your summer reading.  While it is preceded by a variety of other articles, in fact many hundreds if you include the wider literature of Panspermia, these two publication are the starting point for truly understanding Covid. They tell us more about the disease in one fell swoop than all the other global science pubs since January 2020 combined.

A masterpiece of understanding

Dr. Wickramasinghe explains it all in new video

I’ve had the distinct privilege of being in regular touch with Chandra Wickramasinghe this year. Daily emails and regular Skype and Zoom calls have become a wonderful (wonder-full) intellectual dialogue. I am amazed at his ability to stay inspirational and relevant despite his ostracism from the field HE founded: Astrobiology.

Gross contempt for one's better Part II: The Cockell Affair

Charles Cockell re-writes history; Willfully ignores founders of Astrobiology

Charles S. Cockell deeply injured his discipline and reputation in an upcoming June editorial in Astronomy and Geophysics from the Royal Astronomical Society. His objective in the piece was to review the history of Astrobiology, yet he fails to reference the founders of the modern field: Sir Fred Hoyle and Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe.

"Viruses, ET, and the octopus from space: The return of panspermia"

Cosmos Magazine yanks great article on Disease from Space

UPDATE: Article back up!? The single best article I have read on Panspermia and its corollary, Disease from Space, was written just two years ago. An Australian lecturer and writer named Stephen Fleischfresser authored an extraordinary piece in Cosmos, a science publishing platform sponsored by the Royal Institute of Australia. I found the wonderfully titled, […]

Coronavirus, Panspermia, and Disease from Space

A collection of recent papers

I’m putting the recent papers concerning Covid from Space from Steele, Wickramasinghe, et al. here together for the time being; and will be developing a bibliography along the lines of The Bib for the YDIH soon. Stay tuned… We propose that the new coronavirus which first appeared in the Hubei province of China was probably linked […]

Ted Steele on video on the Coronavirus

25:59 begins explicit discussion of disease from space



Dr. C unplugged on life and disease from space

Profound and well-produced video released by Chandra Wickramasinghe

Press release on Coronavirus from Space

Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe and his team of researchers believe that the novel coronavirus arrived on meteorites in Oct 2019 and instantaneously infected hundreds of thousands of people through the atmosphere, as meteorites were reported in China, Northern Italy, Michigan in October 2019. This is somewhat at odds with the mainstream assertion that it originated in bats in WUHAN, China. Given this disparity, they went to great lengths to produce a timely research paper to back up their argument.

Ted on the case

Dr. Steele races to confirm smoking gun for Covid from space

Dr. Ted Steele continues to communicate his heroic effort to compare the genomic sequences of distant Covid-19 infection locations. If the genes show little mutation it could prove the primary infection vector is from above, not handshaking. Unless the intrepid handshaker owned a Gulfstream 6 and managed to press the flesh in several areas of the globe almost simultaneously. 

Infectious microbes inside cosmic dust collected from OUTSIDE surface of Space Station windows

ISS window swipes provide evidence for life in outer space

This has been a big couple of years for “UFOs.” Polling says that 33% of Americans believe that intelligent alien life forms have visited our humble planet in visible spacecraft. However, if you ask people if they believe that microbial life forms (bateria, viruses, diatomaceous plankton, tardigrades and the like) are raining more or less […]

Support from China for Covid from Space

Jiangwen Qu of China's Department of Infectious Disease Control joins Wickramasinghe on February Covid chapter

I love Jiangwen Qu. He lives on the other side of the planet, I’ve never even traded an email with the guy, but I could hug his neck. Here he is publishing as recently as February 16, 2019 with Dr. Wickramasinghe in a full-throated support of Covid from space. The truth might logically come from […]

Our Cosmic Ancestry in the Stars    

New 2019 book by Chandra Wickramasinghe

If anyone is interested in digging in, here is Dr. Wickramasinghe’s new book in Hardcopy, Kindle and Audio. I admire Chandra for writing something so inspiring, particularly given all the grief he has received over the last 60 years.

Wickramasinghe speaks with Biocivilizations.com about Panspermia and Pandemic

Another profound interview

Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe is best known for his work on the modern version of the panspermia theory – life in the form of microbes has the cosmic origin – conceived and developed in collaboration with his PhD supervisor and a long-term collaborator, the great astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle (1915-2001).

Viral info from Wickramasinghe

Cambridge scholar and cosmic life propopent dishes on the deal

The entry of microbes and viruses is discussed in an appendix in diseases from space.  Whilst large fragments like pebbles and millimetre-sized bits get heated as they enter the atmosphere at speeds of 10km/s, and many burn as meteors, smaller structures survive.  For example an atom or molecule survives and even a virus coated with a submicron sized coating survives high speed entry.

The most informative podcast in history

Kyle and Russ Allen snake the truth from the jaw of ignorance

The Tusk helped arrange a podcast between some dear friends this weekend and made an unexpected cameo at the end. Cambridge scholar Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe provided a detailed explanation of the evidence for space as the principle vector for viruses, after a stupefying explanation of where we come from — and how we got here.

Called it...

Wickramasinghe warns of Cosmic Pandemic on November 25, 2019

On the basis of this data, there appears to be a prima facie case for expecting new viral strains to emerge over the coming months and so it would be prudent for Public Health Authorities the world over to be vigilant and prepared for any necessary action. We need hardly to be reminded that the spectre of the 1918 devastating influenza pandemic stares us in the face from across a century.

Leading scientist predicted pandemic on November 25th, 2019

Q&A on Coronavirus and #diseasefromspace with Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe

On the basis of this data, there appears to be a prima facie case for expecting new viral strains to emerge over the coming months and so it would be prudent for Public Health Authorities the world over to be vigilant and prepared for any necessary action. We need hardly to be reminded that the spectre of the 1918 devastating influenza pandemic stares us in the face from across a century.
Chandra Wickramasinghe, Current Science, November 25, 2019

Space.com libels Wickramasinghe

Tusk sends letter of protest to editor, hopes to avoid litigation

To the Editor of Space.com: I am writing to protest misinformation in your article, “No, the coronavirus didn’t come from outer space. We promise” [March 16, 2020, Space.com], and demand an immediate published retraction and apology to the subject of your article, Dr. Wickramasinghe.

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