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The Observer | World | Red rain could prove that aliens have landed

Monday, October 02, 2006

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Sometime back, the monsoon rains in Kerala, India was in news. It rained red. This aroused the curiosity of scientists the world over. While those who are sceptical to anything interesting happening dismissed it as due to the winds from Arabia carrying the red sand, others believe that it is because of it raining alien.

This does not sound far fetched though. Dr. Louis Godfrey from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam says that there was a sound sonic boom(which is usually caused by passing meteorite) in Kerala just sometime before the rains and this might have caused alien particles to land down with the clouds. He also tested the rain particles and proved no dust particles, which disproves the first theory.

However the second theory still does not have too many takers.
Maybe people are waiting for another rain of the same sort, which they will use to make a first-mover-advantageous theory.

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