[CNI News thanks Bill Eatwell for writing this story, which expands upon announcements made in the press May 28 and 29, 1997 concerning "cosmic snowballs" that fall by the thousands into earth's atmosphere from space every day. Bill Eatwell works as a design engineer in Houston, Texas. He is a field investigator for MUFON and can be reached by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.]
By Bill Eatwell
The scientific community's acceptance this week of physicist Louis Frank's controversial theory of a comet source for most of the water in the oceans should also bring about a serious reevaluation of comet research by Sir Fred Hoyle and Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe of the University College, Cardiff in England.
Professor Frank's controversial theory explains mysterious dark spots in the earth's atmosphere originally captured in NASA satellite images from space. After spending more than a dozen years studying these spots, ranging from 8 to 16 miles in diameter, Frank presented his findings to the American Geophysical Union in 1986. He reported to the assembly that the dark spots were the result of the breakup of house-sized comet snowballs punching holes in the earth's atmosphere. He was practically hooted off the stage.
However, the installation of new high-powered space cameras has finally resulted in vindication for Frank and confirmation of the relentless bombardment of earth by five to 30 small comets every minute. It is speculated that millions of tons of water are dumped on earth every year due to comets impacting the earth's atmosphere. It is also possible that this water source may present danger to earth's life forms.
Hoyle and Wichramasinghe in their book "Cosmic Life-Force" (1990), theorized that "life on earth originated from and has been continually influenced by the influx of freeze-dried cosmic bacteria carried by comets and other celestial objects". Previous books by the two scientists include "Lifecloud", "Diseases from Space", and "Evolution from Space". Each book further developed the original ideas by the two scientists that "relevant factual evidence points strongly to an extraterrestrial origin of viruses and bacteria".
The authors believe that "the incidence of such microorganisms from space could explain the phenomenon of epidemic diseases." They also submit evidence that past major epidemics, occurring at different places on this planet simultaneously, are the result of large injections of comet material into the atmosphere. Data is also presented which strongly supports the theory that viruses originating from these comets are expelled seasonally from the upper atmosphere by meteorological effects such as rain and storms.
After reading "Cosmic Life-Force," I guarantee that you will never drink water again without wondering where it originated.
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