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Wednesday, 05 December 2012 - 19:05
Around 100 tonnes of meteorites makes its way across to earth daily; says professor in island to conduct investigations on red rains
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The Director of Astrobiology department in the University of Buckingham Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe states that the risk of dangerous bacteria specimens entering the earth’s atmosphere from outer space cannot be ignored.

Professor Wickramasinghe who came to Sri Lanka to investigate the Red rain expressed this view during a seminar held in Colombo.

Red rain fell for the first time on the 14th of November in the regions of Thanamalvila-Indikolapalassa and further reports of red rain fall was reported from the regions of Polonnaruwa, Manampitiya, Hingurakgoda and Pasiyawewa.

Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe is recognised as a scholar who expressed revolutionary views with regard to the origin of life.

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