X-ray analysis of the sphere showed that it was made of titanium with traces of vanadium. Titanium is one of the strongest metals known to man and it also has a high melting point. This led the team to believe that the sphere was fabricated and perhaps of extraterrestrial origin.
The surface of the sphere was covered in a “fungus-like knitted mat-like covering” and a biological liquid was “oozing from its center.” It is these organic compounds that have baffled the scientists. Should NASA find similar particles in future and establish they are of extraterrestrial origin, the scientific world will be forced to take into account the theory of directed panspermia, or the deliberate spreading of life throughout the universe.
Mainstream science and institutions have fought against theories which expound these beliefs but now evidence from meteorites, from samples of bacteria from space as well as observation of space is making resistance more difficult. In 2014 sea plankton was found on the outside of the International Space Station and no one knows how it got there. The notion that humans were genetically engineered is simply too much for conventional researchers to accept. Perhaps when the secrets of DNA are fully unravelled they will discover a distinctive signature message, like a calling card left by the engineers.
Proving that the Earth is in a constant exchange of matter with the larger cosmos has implications not only in terms of our identity, but potentially also gives us insight into alien viruses which may be important for our group identity, evolution and survival itself.
We note the significance of spheres in the microcosm, just as in the macrocosm.
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