Humans originated from ‘cosmic genes’ that fell to Earth trillion years ago – SHOCK claim

Humans originated from 'cosmic genes' that fell to Earth trillion years ago – SHOCK claim

Humans originated from ‘cosmic genes’ that fell to Earth trillion years ago – SHOCK claim HUMANS are ALIENS originating not on Earth but from “cosmic genes” which fell to the planet trillions of years ago, a leading scientist has sensationally claimed. Humans : Our DNA holds a “dark secret” which threatens to debunk all evolutionary and creationist theories sending scientists back to the drawing board. All lifeforms on our planet came from distant stars by way of meteors, comets and showers of dust containing extra-terrestrial bacteria and viruses. Microscopic alien…

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First middle-weight black hole found hiding in dense star cluster

First middle-weight black hole found hiding in dense star cluster

First middle-weight black hole found hiding in dense star cluster middle : One more cosmic missing link has been found: a middle sized black hole. Till now, scientists had found either small black holes weighing a few Suns or supermassive black holes weighing millions or billions of Suns, like the one at the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way. But in an ancient cluster of stars some 13,000 light years away from Earth, scientists discovered an intermediate-mass black hole (IMBH) weighing 2,200 Suns. It was hiding at the center…

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Cosmic Neutrino Detector Reveals Clues About ‘Ghost’ Particles

Cosmic Neutrino Detector Reveals Clues About 'Ghost' Particles

Cosmic Neutrino Detector Reveals Clues About ‘Ghost’ Particles The surface facility for the IceCube experiment, which is located under nearly 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) of ice in Antarctica. Credit: Courtesy of IceCube Neutrino Observatory Cosmic* : Buried under the Antarctic ice, the IceCube experiment was designed primarily to capture particles called neutrinos that are produced by powerful cosmic* events, but it is also helping scientists learn about the fundamental nature of these ghostly particles. At a meeting of the American Physical Society (APS) in Washington, D.C., this week, scientists with…

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