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Wednesday, 26 December 2012 - 19:41
Microbes contained in red rain samples taken to England still alive
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It has been revealed that the microbes contained in the red rain samples which were taken to the University of Buckingham in the UK for further analysis continue to proliferate.

The initial occurrence of red rain was experienced on the 14th of November, in the Sewanagala area.

Subsequently, samples of the rain water were taken to the Buckingham University in England by Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe, Director of the university’s Astrobiological Centre.

Based on his findings Professor Wickremesinghe had contacted the Medical Research Institute informing them of his latest observations.

Director of the MRI Dr. Anil Samaranayeke expressing his views to our news team had this to say

Meanwhile, yellow pigmented rain has been experienced in two parts of the island today, which include Kadawath-maduwa in Polonnaruwa & Kahatagasdigiliya in Anuradhapura.

According to Professor Chandra Wickramasinghe alien micro-organisms

of non-earth origin, which enter the earths atmosphere cause the pigmentation in rain water.

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