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Red Rain

“These particles have much similarity with biological cells though they are devoid of DNA,” - Godfrey Louis of Mahatma Gandhi University. In other words, these cells are not carbon based, have no DNA, and yet they replicate.

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by RyogaVee

submitted July 24th 2006

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Red Rain
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Well, for once it isnt transexual asian chicks with bright coloured hair. Kudos to you Ryoga
11 years ago
Do you have a link with moreinfo about this stuff?
11 years ago
Google Red Rain
11 years ago
They discovered the mediacal term for this: Mexican DNA bc they reproduce rapidly, dont have any identification, and scientists dont know how they got there....and they smell.
11 years ago
^thats actually funny
11 years ago
Muchosucko has turned into science lab!
11 years ago
These are actually biochemclone-cyberneurocells from the 'Secret American Bad Stuff Lab' and RyogaVee risked his life to bring us this image. Show some respect people... sheesh...
11 years ago
well, fuck me raw, think they'll genetically engineer Sea Monkeys so they'll do all the wonderful stuff shown on the package?
11 years ago
Doesdst thou anyone giveth a shit?
11 years ago
you'll care when it hits your water supply. Or when you put two and two together and realize things without DNA should not replicate and fall out of the sky.
11 years ago
Seriosly... RyogaVee... You need to check your meds.
11 years ago
Apparently some researcher walked outside and it was raining this stuff... Given the fact that they have no DNA, etc. he thinks these might lend some credibility to the panspermia theory of how life came to be on Earth... He sent samples to other scientist to review his findings... This should be pretty interesting if anything comes of it...
11 years ago
An overview of this Red Rain event that happend a few years ago:

http://www.daviddarling.info/encyclopedia/R/red_rain_of_Kerala.html
11 years ago
wikipedia says 51% of the dried sediment's weight was carbon.
11 years ago
check the CNN report - http://www.cnn.com/2006/TECH/science/06/02/red.rain/index.html
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"Specifically, Louis has isolated strange, thick-walled, red-tinted cell-like structures about 10 microns in size. Stranger still, dozens of his experiments suggest that the particles may lack DNA yet still reproduce plentifully, even in water superheated to nearly 600 degrees Fahrenheit . (The known upper limit for life in water is about 250 degrees Fahrenheit"
11 years ago
There's been organisms found living in all sorts of conditions, there's a pool of the toxic chemicals somewhere in the US its even a tourist attraction, the chemicals are from mining and are so toxic nothing could live in it so they thought. You have an organism that lives in deep-sea volcanic vents at boiling tempatures there's loads of stuff like this going on around the world.
Im only guessing here but there was an industrial acindent in India years ago , Bhopal disaster and tonnes of chemicals were released into the atmosphere so maybe some air born organism found a way of living off it ?
11 years ago
RyovogaVee, thats bullshit!
Life have been known for a period of time to grow and reproduce at above 300 degrees Celsius (sth like 570 Fahrenheit), in underwater-volcanoes.
11 years ago
It could come from anywhere (and that is supposed to mean primarily on this earth) and all of your supportive material is full of caveats since it hasn't been researched to a degree accepted by professionals in the field to come to any sort of proper conclusion. How do I know? because just like you do seemingly all the time when it comes to the crunch, I happen to personally know a relevant professional.
11 years ago
I have to say though your theory isnt all that far fetched, its called Panspermia( i got that from wiki) its an intresting read and leads to other thought provoking stuff. So unless anyone can tell me where life ogriginated from you cant really ridicule it can you.
11 years ago
mayb it devoid of DNA cus he hasnt found it yet. i say. "LOOK HARDER!!"
11 years ago
I understand life and exsist at vents near volcanos, but NOT at 600 degrees. and alos, the life we have found IS carbon based and does have DNA. the thing here is this have no knowne DNA, not cvarbon basedm and its replicating at an alarming rate, plus, its coming out of the sky. which means its in the water, and people are drinking it. earthly or not, its still enought to be VERY conserned
11 years ago
It's people! Red Rain is made out of people. They're making our rain out of people. Next thing they'll be breeding us like cattle for food. You've gotta tell them. You've gotta tell them!
11 years ago
i dont know about this mortgenousions disease<br>but if it had no dna and its not a virus, tell me HOW it replicates<br>if its not alive then it doesnt take in nutrients or other material to make more of itself<br>and these chemtrails<br>i dont know enough about fuel emmissions, but it doesnt seem that sinister
11 years ago
@dovriot - Bingo, thats the $1,000,000 question, how does somehting with no DNA replicate itself? Defies all of what we know about how basic life functions.
11 years ago
Living red jell-o blobs, eh? Feed em to a monkey and see what happens. It's not animal cruelty if PETA doen't find out.
11 years ago
my eyes are bleeding. I'm going for some lunch now.
11 years ago
I just hope it makes zombies....


LOCK AND LOAD!
11 years ago
SOYLENT GR- er..... RED!
11 years ago
There's something naturally inexplainable... it must be a government cover-up. It's got to BE!!!!

11 years ago
Eh, too much blah blah blahing. Time for me to make some yellow rain (and maybe some brown hail).
11 years ago
i piss these things nightly.
11 years ago
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