Don’t look now, but guess what became nicely aligned as of March 26, 2009 ?The Venus Transit Biohazard.02 - Guth Usenet (public but censored) | Google Groups
Solar system simulator
If Venusian atmospheric particles were moving right along within the 300 km/s solar wind, as such they would make that trek within as little as 36 hours, though more than likely taking 72 hours. However, if terrestrial water bears (tardigrades) can survive naked space travel, as having recently been proven to be the case, then why not spores and microbes as suggested by Barber in 1963?
The Panspermia Hypothesis (Swine Flu / H1N2, H5N1, H5N7 or H3N2 and so forth) “Schulze-Makuch said that he and his research colleagues contend that microbes floating above Venus have adopted one or more survival strategies.” “Ultimately, Schulze-Makuch said, a sample collection mission to Venus is needed. A top candidate in his mind is for a rocket-carrying balloon to first snag an atmospheric sample, then hurl the specimen up
to a Venus orbiting mother ship. That craft then transfers the
collectibles over to the International Space Station (ISS)”
"Nobody will ever believe theres life on Venus until everybody sees it under the microscopeits moving and waving back," Schulze-Makuch said.
Barber's Bacterial Invasions / Smaller than Vermin
“In 1963, D. R. Barber, at the Norman Lockyer Astronomical
Observatory near Sidmouth, England, reported a series of six alien-like rainwater borne bacterial invasions that occurred over a 25 year period.(6) The short delays (averaging 55 days) between Venus inferior conjunctions and the onset dates of the bacterial invasions, coupled with some very anomalous characteristics of the bacteria, led Barber to speculate that the bacteria originated in the upper atmosphere of Venus and had been being delivered to earth by the solar wind during
Venus Transit: Biohazard?
“The gist of the prediction is that 15 to 60 days following the Venus inferior conjunction is a prime time to be on guard for new biological visitors.”
This looks pretty convincing enough, that we got ourselves into yet another Venus panspermia shot of solar wind transferred atmospheric spores and microbes, as primarily within the first quarter of the Earth-Venus 584 day synodic cycle, that’ll perhaps take a few more agonizing weeks to filter down and throughout our atmosphere. Sorry about that.
Too bad we didn’t manage to collect samples of Venus atmospheric
microbes and spores as of long before now, whereas our CDC and others in charge of protecting us could have anticipated and even having developed a working set of vaccines.
Btw, Venus probably does not have swine/pigs, but if it did they could probably just as easily fly in that thick soup of an atmosphere that’s worth 65 kg/m3 buoyancy, and the local 90% gravity certainly couldn’t hurt of you were a flying pig. Obviously there’s always the random chance of panspermia cross mutations taking place whenever something of new genetic material arrives into our nearly ideal biologically~ Brad Guth Brad_Guth Brad.Guth BradGuth BG / “Guth Usenet”
friendly petri dish environment.