Sri Lankan politician claims that a team of white gentlemen tried to hide the truth that creationism is a blatant lie by trying to steal meteor fragments that prove extraterrestrial life. What makes this claims even more interesting is that the said white gentlemen were allegedly from an international space agency.
Sri Lanka-based newspaper Daily Mirror reports that Minister Wimal Weerawansa announced to the crowd at the temple that the attempt to steal the evidence was part of an effort by western creationist to undermine the teachings of Buddhism.
Weerawansa, who is the leader of a political party called Jathika Nidahas Peramuna, says that the team made an attempt to get this important evidence just moments after local scientists had discovered the meteor fragments.
Weerawansa believes that these organizations behind the attempted stealing want to hide the truth about creationism, which is a blatant lie. He explains that creationism would turn into a lie when the existence of life outside Earth is proven. He further says that life outside planet Earth was initially proven and declared by the Buddha.
The alleged attempted stealing has not made yet into the western news, but the claims of meteor fragments that hold evidence for alien life have already made rounds into western news.
Journal of Cosmology published a paper in February 2014 declaring that meteor fragments were recovered in Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka’s paddy field in December 2013. In this paper, scientists claim they found what they thought to be complex biological structures inside the fragments, which are extraterrestrial origins. These scientists were from Medical Research Institute in Colombo, Sri Lanka, the Buckingham Center for Astrobiology at the University of Buckingham, and Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology.
In other words, these scientists claim they found life not terrestrial in origin and their claims made a big news. Their claims about alien life discovery have made headlines. Earlier in October, Professor Milton Wainwright of Buckingham Center for Astrobiology made headlines anew when he shared images of what he calls a Dragon Particle.
Milton and colleagues think that the Dragon Particle is an alien entity. They retrieved the apparent extraterrestrial entity through floating balloons into the stratosphere.
Moreover, Buckingham Center for Astrobiology’s scientists have other announcements about discoveries of micro-organisms over the years. These scientists believe these micro-organisms have come from space. In fact, the theory of panspermia has been credited to the members of their group. This theory is the idea that the universe is abundant of life and it is spread via meteoroids and asteroids.
However, many other scientists believe the alleged alien micro-organisms were the result of contamination from planet Earth.
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