Ever Heard About Red Rain Mystery Of India?

It felt like it was blood rain. 

Ever Heard About Red Rain Mystery Of India?
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In July 2001, something unusual occurred in the Indian subcontinent. The event took place in the Southern Indian state of Kerala, Idukki. People got scared and shocked when it started raining. But why were people scared because of this rain? Rains are often considered to bring happiness and wealth along with itself. 

But what was wrong with this sort of rain? Why were people calling it an alien involvement? 

Read more to know what had happened. 


It was 25th July 2001:

It was 25th July 2001:

When people of Kerala thought that an alien was coming to their land. 

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It started raining but quite unusually. 

It started raining but quite unusually. 
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People complained that their clothes got stained with pink colour. And also reported about green, black and yellow rain. 

There was no end to this red rain even after 2-months. 

There was no end to this red rain even after 2-months. 
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Which made the physics scientist Godfrey Louis, a physicist at nearby Cochin University of Science and Technology. 

He started collecting samples to study about the cause. 

He started collecting samples to study about the cause. 
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When he viewed it under a microscope, he was quite astonished because there were no particles of sand or dust. Instead, the water was filled with red cells. 

Red cells with no DNA. Strange enough to believe. 

Red cells with no DNA. Strange enough to believe. 
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Because every cell has a DNA. After publishing a peer review journal in Astrophysics and Space in 2006 along with the suggestion that the cells could be extraterrestrial, from a comet that had disintegrated in the upper atmosphere and then seeded clouds as the cells floated down to Earth.

However, it wasn't the end here. 

However, it wasn't the end here. 
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Louis continued his study with Chandra Wickramasinghe from the University of Cardiff, UK. He also studied about panspermia theory.

Panspermia theory developed by Fred Hoyle in the 20th century. 

Panspermia theory developed by Fred Hoyle in the 20th century. 
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According to Wikipedia, "Panspermia is the hypothesis that life exists throughout the Universe, distributed by meteoroids, asteroids, comets, planetoids, and also by spacecraft in the form of unintended contamination by microorganisms." 

However, before this mystery can be accepted widely it is yet to satisfactorily explained.