It’s red rain yet again. Researchers are still studying cells from India’s 2001 red rain and have found that they multiply under extreme heat, and they DON’T contain DNA.
Life on Earth may have been seeded from comets, asteroids or meteors, according to controversial “evidence” of life on a meteorite from Mars. The cells, which are inert at room temperature, begin to reproduce when heated. In the Australia Herald Sun, Peter Farquhar quotes researcher physicist Godfrey Louis as saying that within 2 hours of being exposed to the heat, “daughter cells appear within the original mother cells and the number of cells in the samples increases with length of exposure.”