Red Rain Cells of Kerala, India:  Physicist Says Still No DNA, But Replication At 300 Degrees Celsius ( 572 F.)

“That is so strange that these cells can be grown at very high temperatures of 300 degrees Celsius (572 degrees F.). There is no known organism on Earth that can grow and multiply at this temperature actually. No DNA has been found either.”

- Godfrey Louis, Ph.D., Prof. of Physics, Kochin University, Kerala, India

 

Updated photos on November 5, 2007 / October 25, 2007  Cochin, Kerala, India -  A year and a half ago the April 4, 2006, journal Astrophysics and Space Science had a report entitled “The Red Rain Phenomenon of Kerala and Its Possible Extraterrestrial Origin.” Kerala is a state at the southwestern tip of India on the Malabar Coast.

South of Bombay, the state of Kerala, India, is in the southwestern tip of the country bordered on the west by the Arabian Sea. Its capital is Thiruvananthapuram.  Map © by mapsofindia.com.
South of Bombay, the state of Kerala, India, is in the southwestern tip of the country bordered on the west by the Arabian Sea. Its capital is Thiruvananthapuram.  Map © by mapsofindia.com.

 

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