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In a series of articles, we have developed the unorthodox proposal that the Covid-19 virus, like many other pandemic viruses, may have an extraterrestrial origin and was initially dispersed in the high atmosphere from a disintegrating cometary bolide (3-10). The first major infall of the virus from this primary source in the Hubei province of China would have inevitably led to a massive amplification of the virus in humans, a fraction of which would have been lofted back to the upper atmosphere to be carried in global wind systems across the world. Furthermore, we have shown that this novel hypothesis actually explains much of the evolving science on COVID-19 which we have seen over the past twelve months (5,9,10). Although initially the idea that this virus originated extraterrestially seems outrageous, as Sherlock Holmes might have said: "Once you have eliminated the impossible, then whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth."


In our model of the pandemic we argue that trillions of virions entered the Earth’s upper atmosphere sometime in the latter part of 2019. Virus-laden dust clouds were thereafter able to break through to ground level locations, and spread of the pandemic around the world subsequently occurred through a combination of such infall, viruses transported in global wind systems, and eventually by person-to-person spread. This model accounts for a swathe of data that is otherwise difficult to explain – for example the sudden emergence of new foci of infection as recently happened in Sri Lanka where a cluster of thousand or more cases arose suddenly with no hard evidence of any identifiable “superspreader”(9, 10). Similar mysterious outbreaks have occurred elsewhere around the world including on ships at sea – many of these were instances where entire cohorts of passengers and crew were repeatedly tested negative for COVID-19 prior to embarkation.


(3) Steele, E.J., Gorczynski ,R.M,. Rebhan, H., Carnegie, P., Temple, R., Tokoro, G., et al (2020) Implications of haplotype switching for the origin and global spread of COVID-19 Virol Curr Res Volume 4:2, 2020 DOI: 10.37421/Virol Curr Res.2020.4.115

(5) Hoyle, F. & Wickramasinghe, N.C., 1979. Diseases from Space (J.M. Dent & Son Lond) (see also revised edition published by World Scientific Publishing Co.); Hoyle, F., & Wickramasinghe, N. C. 1990. Influenza—Evidence against contagion. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 83, 258–261

(9) Wickramasinghe, N.C., Wallis,M.K., Coulson, S.J., et al 2020, Intercontinental Spread of COVID-19 on Global Wind Systems. Virology Current Research (4:2). Volume 4:1,2020 DOI: 10.37421/Virol Curr Res.2020.4.113

(10) Wickramasinghe NC, Steele EJ, Nimalasuriya A, et al (2020) Seasonality of Respiratory Viruses Including SARS-CoV-2 Virol Curr Res Volume 4:2, 2020 DOI: 10.37421/VCRH.2020.4.117


Cet extrait provient d'une lettre adressée au British Medical Journal (rapid response) dont le premier signataire est un astrobiologiste (je n'ai pas pris le temps de regarder le profil des autres).


Source : Rapid Response: Following the science for COVID-19: societal constraints and limitations


Maintenant, vous vous rappelez ce sondage intitulé « prédictions 2020 », qui comportait l'entrée « une invasion extraterrestre » ?



J'adresse mes félicitations à @F. mas, @Frenhofer, @Alchimi, @fryer, @jjf, @Lugaxker et @Ultimex qui ont eu, dès le mois de juin, l'intuition que ce virus était d'origine extraterrestre. Bravo à tous, vous gagnez ce poster (clic droit, enregistrer sous) :



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il y a 6 minutes, SilenT BoB a dit :

Ça part complètement en couille cette histoire de Covid 19


Mais non, il faut simplement laisser tomber les masques et envisager de vivre sous un dôme. 😄

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Ils ont tous des PhD en astrobiology c’est trop drôle. 

J’ai un peu l’impression de lire un article de Sheldon sur la théorie des cordes. (Ou plutôt, vu qu’ils se comparent à Semmelweis quand même, un article de Sheldon tout court.)

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La panspermie est une théorie d'exobiologisme connue.


Bon par contre je me demande sérieusement sur quoi ils fondent leur papier pour appliquer ça au covid.

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Le point qui retient mon attention ici c'est surtout la theorie que le virus a été transporté par le vent sur de longues distances à la surface du globe. L'introduction par météore ça semble capillotractė mais pour cette histoire de vent il faut voir si y'a un fond.

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