Aliens In ‘Titanium Sphere’ UFOs Among Us, Says Sheffield And Buckingham University Researchers

Professor Milton Wainwright and his colleagues at the University of Buckingham’s Center for Astrobiology and the University of Sheffield say they have found evidence of aliens or extraterrestrial life forms coming from space to Earth in “titanium sphere” UFOs.

As part of ongoing research studies first published in December of 2013 in the Journal of Cosmology, titled “Biology associated with a titanium sphere isolated from the stratosphere,” Professor M. Wainwright and C. Wickramasinghe at Buckingham Center for Astrobiology, working with colleagues at Sheffield University, claimed they were able to isolate from samples collected from the stratosphere, an extraterrestrial life form encased or packaged in a “titanium sphere” UFO.

The researchers said they isolated from samples of dust and particulate matter collected from the stratosphere, an extremely small titanium sphere UFO (30 microns) with a fungus-like “knitted material” covering that contained biology material.

“It is a ball about the width of a human hair, which has filamentous life on the outside and a gooey biological material oozing from its center. We were stunned when X-ray analysis showed that the sphere is made up mainly of titanium, with a trace of vanadium. One theory is it was sent to Earth by some unknown civilization in order to continue seeding the planet with life. This seeming piece of science fiction, called ‘directed panspermia’ would probably not be taken seriously by any scientist were it not for the fact that it was very seriously suggested by the Nobel Prize winner of DNA fame, Sir Francis Crick. Unless of course we can find details of the civilization that is supposed to have sent it in this respect it is probably an unprovable theory.”

According to the scientists, the image above shows the microscopic “alien” UFO, a form of “extraterrestrial life-seed,” that fell into the Earth’s atmosphere from space. The image shows the titanium sphere UFO of microscopic dimensions bursting open and spewing what the researchers say is some form of biological material that could be an infectious agent.

Although they are certain that the UFO sphere fell from space, they are unable to determine its exact origin. However, they believe that it contains some form of genetic material which could develop into an alien form of life if it lands on Earth or infects an Earth organism by replicating within the organism like Earth viruses and bacteria do.

The researchers speculate that the “biological material” and its titanium-vanadium UFO “packaging” were designed by an intelligent technological alien species or an extraterrestrial race seeking to propagate alien forms of life and colonize Earth. The startling suggestion raises alarming possibilities of sinister intentions by extraterrestrials observing our world to plant microscopic alien life forms among us.

The researchers argue that the startling discovery provides further evidence in support of the theory of panspermia which claims life on Earth originated in space. Wainwright and his research colleague, Chandra Wickramasinghe, believe that microscopic biological organisms are falling from space to Earth constantly. Thus, while their colleagues in “mainstream science” are still searching for evidence of extraterrestrial life, Wainwright and Wickramasinghe claim they have found it.

The Inquisitr reported previously that Wainwright and his team conducted an experiment which involved sending a balloon to the stratosphere, an upper section of Earth’s atmosphere. Besides the titanium sphere, the researchers also claimed that they found a “ghost particle” and a “dragon particle” in the dust and particulate matter collected from the stratosphere, providing evidence of extraterrestrial life in space watching us.

According to the researchers, the strongest evidence that the titanium sphere came from space was the fact that it made a deep impact crater on their sampler. The dust and particles sample from which it was isolated also contained no earthly contaminants.

“On hitting the stratosphere sampler the sphere made an impact crater, a minute version of the huge impact crater on Earth caused by the asteroid said to have killed off the dinosaurs.

“This impact crater proves that the sphere was incoming to Earth from space, an organism coming from Earth would not be travelling fast enough when it fell back to Earth to cause such damage.

“This seems never before to have been found on Earth.”

They published the result of their study in the Journal of Cosmology, challenging critics to refute the conclusion of their studies.

“Our biological entities are pristinely isolated on the sampling stubs and are not associated with inorganic dust (volcanic or otherwise) or common Earth-derived biology. We would ask our critics to point to a mechanism that can elevate material from Earth to heights of 22-27 km and magically sieve out all of the biological and non-biological material to leave only the unusual biological entities we find, these being between 10-300 micron, sizes which, according to atmospheric physicists, are too large to be carried from Earth to the stratosphere.”

The Journal of Cosmology has come under severe criticism from “mainstream” scientists who say that it regularly publishes papers pushing scientifically questionable claims.

“The Group chose this journal to avoid the editors and reviewers of biological journals who are prejudiced against the idea that life is currently arriving to Earth from space.”

Professor Wickramasinghe and Wainwright criticized their colleagues for their refusal to shed their prejudice and examine the results of their studies with open minds.

“We are tired of our critics stating that ‘extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.’ Implicit in this statement is the idea that a novel scientific idea can only be suggested if all the information demonstrating its veracity is available. History informs us, however, that science rarely progresses in this manner but instead proceeds by the accumulation of small increments of new knowledge.”

[Images: University Of Buckingham/UFO Sightings Daily]