CoronavirusDisease from SpacePanspermia

Steele et al. (2021)

In a review of all the relevant key evidence the most parsimonious explanation seems to be that COVID-19 came from space [2,3], just as have many other similar suddenly emergent pandemics past and recent: such as the Spanish Flu 1918-1919 and the other pandemics that punctuate history over millennia, and in particular over the best documented period over the past 100 years spanning the 20th and…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation

Disease from SpacePanspermia

Read the papers: Covid is probably from Space

Lemme make this simple for tweeters. In 2018, on January 23, Russia was first to publish the discovery of space based life obtained by appropriate technical means in a collaborative international orbital scientific effort. Based on genes swiped four times in four years with a tampon from the OUTSIDE of an International Space Station window, three respected Russian laboratories, and twelve…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation

Panspermia

Ted on the case

Previous Steele posts 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…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation

Panspermia

Microbes entombed in cosmic dust collected from OUTSIDE surface of Space Station window

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, fungi, and the like) are raining more or less constantly into the atmosphere from…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation

Coronavirus

Dr. Ted Steele talks

If coronavirus spreads only from person-to-person, each carrier will introduce mutations and transmit a slightly altered version to the pool. As rounds of infection multiply, accumulated mutations should increasingly vary the viral nucleotide sequences. For example, sequences from Wuhan should differ measurably from ones from New York.Advocates of panspermia think the virus initially arrives…
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Hear! Hear!

Steele et al. (2021)

Panspermia

Wickramasinghe speaks with Biocivilizations.com about Panspermia and Pandemic

Viruses are part of evolution Biocivilizations.com, April 8, 2020 [email protected] An interview with Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe Conducted by Dr Predrag Slijepcevic, Brunel University London 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…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation

PanspermiaPodcast

The most informative podcast in history

Key page: Leading scientist predicted space-borne pandemic on Nov. 25th 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…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation

PanspermiaPopular Press

Space.com libels Wickramasinghe

Previous Tusk posts concerning Wickramasignhe Recent Wickramasinghe publications on Coronavirus from space Click “Research” tab here for bibliography and links to peer-reviewed papers  “No, the coronavirus didn’t come from outer space. We promise.” Chelsea Gohd, Space.Com, March 16, 2020 [wonderplugin_pdf src=…
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NYT: 6000 word Sunday feature article on the YDI and Comet Research Group

The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Panspermia

Q&A on Coronavirus and disease from space

Update: Tusk sends protest letter to Space.com Hello readers new and old. Below is the 3rd in a series of communications from Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe regarding panspermia and the COVID-19 Coronavirus. Please refer to two recent Tusk posts, one concerning Dr. Wickramasinghe’s recent communication to The Lancet, and an earlier post concerning Dr. C’s challenging career. Opinions vary…
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The Wickramsinghe Affair: Letter of Inquiry

Chandra Wickramasinghe, Cambridge ('60), Member of the Order of the British Empire ('22), cancelled for life lecture at Durham University: A Tusk Investigation