Panspermia, Aliens, Evolution & Origin of Life - Milton Wainwright

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The survival of some of these building blocks – can they be delivered to the Earth that would help seed a planet so the conditions of life can begin to exist?  (Earth & Panspermia & Life)  Peter H Schultz.



Every year thousands of tons of material from outer space reigns down on our planet’s surface.  Most of the time we’re unaware.  But sometimes it can’t be ignored.  Around the world people have reported finding strange matter where these meteors fall.  Sometimes it’s a gelatinous goo.  Other times it looks like it’s raining blood.

The question of where we come from and where we are going is something that has many of the worlds greatest minds for the eternity of time, even if your just sitting around a camp site with your friends, you are bound to stare at the stars and for that brief moment ask where do I come from?

This weeks guest has asked that question, He has asked the question long enough, to find a deep and powerful realisation of how man came to Earth. That theory is Panspermia, which is greek for seed. is the hypothesis that life exists throughout the universe, distributed by space dust, meteoroids, comets, planetoids and also by spacecraft carrying unintended contamination by microorganisms. Distrubition may have occurred between galaxies, and so may not be restricted to the limited scale of solar systems.

Panspermia hypotheses propose (for example) that microscopic life-forms that can survive the effects of space can become trapped in debris ejected into space after collisions between planets and small solar system bodies that harbor life.

So thankfully, we have a guest today who has pushed the boundaries of the institutionalised thinking. someone who has being degraded by his peers, but has always pushed the thought provoking ideas of Panspermia.

That great man ladies and gentlemen is Milton Wainwright and prepare to dive deep in one of the most powerful, thought provoking episodes we have ever done.



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Those images shows some of the biological entities that we have found in the stratosphere

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Those images shows some of the biological entities that we have found in the stratosphere

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Those images shows some of the biological entities that we have found in the stratosphere

ASTEROID WHICH WIPED OUT DINOSAURS CONTAINS ALIEN METALS WHICH COULD CURE CANCER


MEET MILTON

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Professor Milton Wainwright was born in 1950 into a coal mining family in the village of Fitzwilliam near Wakefield in Yorkshire, England. He obtained his first degree and his PhD in mycology from the University of Nottingham. He was then awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the National Research Council, Canada and spent a short period working at the Central Soil Research Institute in Ottawa. In 1975, he was appointed lecturer in Sheffield University’s Department of Microbiology and he has worked at the university ever since. His is now a member of the Department of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology.

Professor Wainwright has researched and published widely on environmental microbiology and the history and philosophy of science. He is an Honorary Professor at the University of Cardiff, UK and holds three other honorary chairs from universities around the world. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society (FRAS). His current research is largely devoted to astrobiology, particularly the theory of panspermia.

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