Astrobiologist Dr Milton Wainwright used balloons to collect samples of dust and particles 16 miles up in the Earth’s atmosphere, and in one sample, he found a tiny metal ball that left impact crater in the device. He claims the metal orb, the same width as a human hair and made from titanium, may have been traveling fast as came from outer space. Wainwright says it was found to be oozing a strange material, which is biological and could in fact be a colony of tiny microorganisms. Continue reading for more information.
Dr Wainwright says: “The sphere made an impact crater on the sampling stub. This proves beyond doubt that the particle was travelling at speed from space when it was sampled. Unless of course we can find details of the civilisation that is supposed to have sent it in this respect it is probably an unprovable theory.”