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Pinned Post: Four key papers on Covid from Space

The criticism that bacteria and/or viruses are incapable of surviving under the harsh conditions of space is certainly not borne out by all the data that has accumulated over the past three decades. Bacteria and viruses embedded in minute grains of rock, dust, carbonaceous material, or ice, are protected effectively from radiation damage and can remain fully viable for millions of years under…
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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


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)