have the aliens arrived on earth ?

@veejay19 (3590)
India
July 25, 2009 1:58am CST
An astonishing incident happened during the recent total Solar Eclipse which occurred on 22nd July 2009 in the town of Mahu,near Indore ,Madhya Pradesh,India. When the eclipse reached totality light rain started to fall but as the Moon started to uncover the Sun people who were watching it saw that the raindrops were reddish in color and soon the terraces of the houses were covered with red color water. Everybody collected this water which soon turned into yellow color.At first people were frightened at this phenomenon but to everyones surprise when the eclipse ended the rain returned to its normal colorless state.This water has been sent to labs in India and Britain for analysis. A similar phenomenon was noticed in the state of Kerala in India in the years 2001 and 2006 when red rain fell there during the monsoon. When the water was analysed scientists were astonished to find that the DNA of the bacteria which was found in the water was completey different from that found in bacteria on Earth.The most surprising thing is that the rainwater during the eclipse was red only when the eclipse was total but returned to its normal color when the Sun was exposed. Had the water come into contact with some Alien life-form when the sky was dark? And did the aliens disappear when the Sun regained its normal state? All this will come out once the lab tests are concluded and the analysis done. SO HAVE THE ALIENS FINALLY GOT IN TOUCH WITH EARTHLINGS? Lats wait and see. Any comments?
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• India
25 Jul 09
every now and then in indian news channels i hear this!! specially in indiatv
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@veejay19 (3590)
• India
25 Jul 09
It was from Indiatv which sensationalises everything.thanks.
• China
25 Jul 09
May just be a natural phenomenon,but we also do not have enough evidence or informationto confirm it.Total solar eclipse bring us so many guess,which is the reason that why lots of people are keen to study for it.bue I have always believed that the existence of aliens,let us wait,even the result is nothing.
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• India
25 Jul 09
Hi Veejay, I came to knew this only after reading your discussion. Its surprising news. Now I remember the red rain in kerala which occurred in 2001. From 25 July to 23 September 2001, red rain sporadically fell on the southern Indian state of Kerala. Heavy downpours occurred in which the rain was colored red, staining clothes with an appearance similar to that of blood. Yellow, green, and black rain was also reported. According to locals, the first colored rain was preceded by a loud thunderclap and flash of light, and followed by groves of trees shedding shriveled grey “burnt” leaves. Shriveled leaves and the disappearance and sudden formation of wells were also reported around the same time in the area. A study commissioned by the Government of India found that the rains had been colored by airborne spores from a locally prolific terrestrial alga. Then in early 2006, the colored rains of Kerala suddenly rose to worldwide attention after media reports of a conjecture that the colored particles were extraterrestrial cells. The origin of the rain is still unknown today, despite worldwide efforts to discover the cause and true nature of the rain. Have a nice time! Happy Posting!
@olydove (1209)
• United States
26 Jul 09
raghul you do realize it is completely against mylots TOS also known as discussion guidelines to copy entire articles and try to make them look as if they are your own work? You copied 90% of what you have above from wikipedia at this link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_rain_in_Kerala. It's also against the law to do this. If you want to copy any information from any article you must always note that the information is not directly yours, as well as provide a link to the article you copied from for people to view.
• India
26 Jul 09
I am really upset after reading your comment. Its a 'part of' my mistake and I agree! I went and check the link which you provided and its 80% same. I knew the discussion guidelines and i always provide a link in discussion instead of copy - paste. The mistake happened when i talked this discussion with my friend, he said he too started a topic in orkut community and forced me to check it. When i checked, the information was really nice and i thought it would be his work and i just copied and pasted.Of Course, It is my fault. (Remember, even if I provided the orkut link, members cannot view as 1 must have an orkut or gmail account) Anyway, as you mentioned I am not a person who copy entire articles and try to make them look as if they are my own work. you can go through my profile and check my best responses and recent activities in mylot to knew my real personality and sincerity in discussions. Once in a discussion, I declared that I will continue mylot, even if the site stops paying. I will se to that this will not happen again. Thats all about to say. Have a nice time!
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@tundeemma (896)
• South Africa
25 Jul 09
wow that was so funny and incredible, when the total eclipse occurred in africa, i dont think there was any other thing except the darkening of the clouds and then after some time the whole place became lightened up, though people want to make out some spirituality from the whole process but i do believe its one of the beautiful works of nature and of God
@MsTickle (25051)
• Australia
23 Aug 09
I think he means "funny" as in "strange" or "Peculiar"....not "funny" as in "amusing".
@ronnyb (6119)
• Jamaica
27 Jan 10
Wow what an interesting story and an even more interesting explanation .I wouldnt have looked at it like that but it sure makes for an interetsing conclusion and analysis because it is indeed very possible .However I would just have assumed that the DNA was from bacteria in the upper level of the atmosphere and teh reason for its unique nature was that it was only found in that part of the atmosphere and can only survive there.What I wouldnt be able to explain though was why it has only come down now
@mnvamsi (539)
• India
26 Jul 09
Well I don't think so. How can you say its because of some alien invasion the rain drops turned to red. I don't think that's possible.
• India
26 Jul 09
Oops strange incident but prety common nowdays. It is possible to find small living organisms like bacteria and virus in the rain drops. This is not from an alien world. just see in which layer of the atmosphere the rain formation (or the water cycle occurs). I don't think this has anything to do with aliens from outer space. I too have heard about this incident and mjight be mere coincidence. There were also instanced where UFO's where spotted but only a few have got good backgorund to rpoove that it is an UFO. WHo knows sumtims we might be under an Alien attack?.. In kerala this variation in the color of water eas observed. Butlater on it was provd that it was due to the climatic and atmosphereic changs hapenning here. The polution was the main cause of the acid rain. Chemical content in the rain increases which changes the color.
@machizmo (279)
• United States
26 Jul 09
I think it is interesting but I do not think red rain means there is some kind of invasion. There could be bacteria in the ocean we have not discovered yet that me it into the earths atmosphere.
@jaisundar (215)
25 Jul 09
Its really an amazing thing. Let's wait for the lab results as you said.
@dUKe0912 (98)
• India
25 Jul 09
Either this is a natural phenomenon or pollution in India is peaking! Either way, there's no point in speculating until the lab results are out (which, in India, might take a decade!)
@JamesKYTan (1607)
• Malaysia
25 Jul 09
I think we are not the only living organisms in this BIG, BIG UNIVERSE ... right? BUT Maybe The Red Coloured Rain IS Just Some Sort Of Natural Phenomena... Maybe It Is Some Sort Of Reaction From The Eclipse & The Climate Change.... JUST MAYBE.. BUT... I Still Think That We Are Not The Only Living Things In This Universe...
@paula27661 (15898)
• Australia
25 Jul 09
How very interesting...I have not heard of this; it is quite amazing! I would love to know whether they will investigate this further and what the findings are going to be. I guess there could be several explanations for a phenomenon like this; alien life is one of them I guess but I tend to think there may be some more ‘earthly’ rationalization for the occurrence and as I said, I will pay attention to what they come up if they do more tests. Fascinating stuff...
@celticeagle (122950)
• Boise, Idaho
25 Jul 09
I am sure there is a good explanation for the red/yellow rain. I imagine that something either near the clouds or on the way down was mixed with the rain to make this color. In that area it could have something to do with heat or sand or? I would be very curious to know what the scientists find this time.
@Sreekala (32594)
• India
25 Jul 09
Hi Veejay, The reddish rain was in news when it happened in Kerala some years ago. Now it happened again on the day of solar eclipse. I think it shows the importance of Sun in our life. Yes, Sun is the source of energy and without sun we can’t survive and the recent incident proven that thing very clear. I am not familiar with this subject to give more comments. May be your opinion is right.