Astrobiologist: coronavirus came to Earth from space

The fact that the space aliens organized the coronavirus pandemic was not assured by some crazy ufologist, but by a serious scientist, albeit British, Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe from the Buckingham Center for Astrobiology.

The space aliens, according to the professor, were the very coronaviruses. They flew in on a meteorite that exploded over China last October. Hundreds of trillions of viral particles interspersed with carbon dust hit the upper atmosphere and began to spread in a band between 40 and 60 degrees north latitude with prevailing winds. The first victims of the released infection were, of course, the Chinese closest to the epicenter of the invasion.

Wikramasingha’s arguments: the epidemic began suddenly, as if as a result of outside interference.

There really was a meteorite – a blazing fireball rushing through the sky, and a flash of an explosion were seen in northeast China at 12:16 a.m. on October 11, 2019.

This is exactly there, in Wuhan province, where the first cases of infection were recorded. And the fact that the infection in the beginning captured areas located somewhere close to the 40th parallel was noticed by many. Seen this secret machinations. And blamed either the Chinese, or the world’s evil in creating the coronavirus “death belt.”

Since the 70s of the last century, the professor has upheld and still defends the theory of panspermia, according to which life was brought to Earth from space – either in the form of bacteria, or viruses, or through some other organic material. And here he is by no means alone – many astrobiologists adhere to this opinion, believing that both viruses and bacteria and other living creatures can travel the universe in meteorites and comets. And even with cosmic dust. It can travel and spread, falling on one or another planet suitable for life. Including Earth. So, they say, it has been and continues to this day. A meteorite with cornaviruses on board is vivid evidence of this.

Wikramasinghing believes that other deadly infectious diseases are of extraterrestrial origin, including the nightmarish “Spaniard” – the 1918 influenza pandemic, which claimed tens of millions of lives.

Skeptics object – at least to the coronavirus. Like, COVID-19 is clearly an indigenous earthling, since it is very similar to other well-known coronaviruses. Especially for the SARS virus – SARS, an outbreak of which occurred in the early 2000s.

SARS is the same from space, – the professor “hides”. And it links the SARS epidemic with another meteorite – the one that exploded over the border of China and Russia in 2002.

Meteorologists doubt that viruses in general and coronaviruses in particular can spread through the air – that is, travel downwind. De, after only a few kilometers of flight, they will weaken to such an extent that they cease to be a danger.

According to the US Centers for Disease Control, outside of the “host” —that is, infected, COVID-19 remains viable for 72 hours. It scatters no more than 2 meters – this distance between people is considered safe. In terms of the threat of transmission of the virus from person to person.

The professor does not argue. It only emphasizes that the picture of the distribution of COVID-19 around the world is nevertheless very close to that shown by the winds prevailing in the upper atmosphere.

By the way, Wikramasingh announced that the coronavirus arrived on a meteorite in February, he told The Express. They only laughed at him. Now it’s not at all funny.

Only one terrestrial theory can compete with the extraterrestrial theory of an astrobiologist – equally controversial: that a new coronavirus was created in a secret laboratory. Either Chinese or American. This surprised few.

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