Two months of strange, heavy rain in India in the early 2000s may be the most convincing evidence that aliens have ever visited Earth, a researcher has claimed.
Raindrops appear to have some characteristics similar to blood cells.
Accordingly, during the period from July 25, 2001 to September 23, 2001, the state of Kerala in India was subjected to a strange red rain never seen before.
Scientist Godfrey Louis, a physicist in Kerala, analyzed red raindrops with the hope of discovering that they contain microscopic dust particles that could explain the strange red color of rain.
However, what Mr. Louis discovered was very different.
“The dust particles don’t have an irregular shape like this. They’re not transparent like this,” said Mr. Louis.
The scientist believes that, after further analysis under the microscope, the raindrops appear to have some characteristics similar to blood cells.
On closer examination, however, he confirmed that it was definitely not blood cells but a “something like that” that had never been known before.
The explanation given for the “blood rain” phenomenon in India is that a meteorite exploded over the Kerala region resulting in the dust particles being dissolved with the rain. This shows that there is life on the meteorite and it is not of Earth origin.
To support his hypothesis, Mr. Louis even cooked some of the detectable cells in rainwater at a temperature of 300 degrees Celsius, but the cells were still able to regenerate.
“It can still grow at a temperature where all other life forms are destroyed,” said Louis.
Similarly, Chandra Wickramasinghe, a natural botanist in the UK, said that the “alien” hypothesis is not only unreasonable but also very likely.