Saturday, March 28, 2020

Episode #141: Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe

We have an excellent and mind-expanding discussion with Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe about panspermia and the cosmic origins of life, and how evidence has been building for decades that space itself may contain a "micro-biome" consisting of vast numbers of single-cell life forms and viruses, and that these are constantly raining down upon the earth, changing and affecting life here on the planet, and possibly contributing to evolutionary changes throughout the history of life on earth.

We also talk about how this cosmic distribution of life in the universe may have caused the sudden onset of plagues and sicknesses throughout history, and that it may be the origin of the current viral crisis the world is facing in the form of COVID19.

We have to give special thanks to George Howard from The Cosmic Tusk blog for helping us set up this fantastic interview with Dr. Chandra. You can find the recent articles George has written regarding Dr. Chandra's work here, and here.

For more information on Dr. Chandra and his enormous body of work, you can go to his website.

Dr. Chandra Wickramasinghe


  1. Great show.

    I also got extremely sick late January. Lasted 2-3 weeks. Dry cough, fever. Very strange coincedence.

    Stay safe, stay healthy SNAKES!!!

  2. Hi Guys!
    I just listen to most of this on Youtube via my phone, and tried to hear the rest via my laptop and read some of the comments. Bam! It says video removed by uploader. Just so you guys know.

    1. Hey, thanks for the comment! We corrected a mistake we made in the bio of Dr. Chandra. That is the reason the video was temporarily removed

  3. Thanks guys. I've always wondered about the panspermia idea. Bacteria on the outside of the ISS is bizarre! Of course what popped into my mind are the videos perporting to show living organisms outside the ship caught on film by the astronauts including SPACE SNAKES!

  4. Has the disease in December. Fever started 12/24/19. I was sick for 5 wedks, with flu like symptoms and the freaking cough.


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