A Chennai-based scientist has claimed the outbreak of the novel coronavirus that originated in Wuhan in November has a connection with the December 26 solar eclipse.
In a bizarre scientific explanation, Nuclear and Earth scientist Dr KL Sudar Krishna told news agency ANI that the coronavirus broke out after a mutated particle interaction of the first neutron due to the fission energy emitted during the solar eclipse.
Explaining a possible theory, the scientist said as per his understanding, new alignment in the planetary configuration in the solar system after the December 26 solar eclipse has evoked the virus that is upending lives.
“The virus has occurred from the upper atmosphere due to the inter-planetary force variation, a new alignment in which the Earth has created a conducive atmosphere,” Krishna said.
The scientist further added the first neutrons (with no change in nature) comes out of the most fission energy from the sun which “may have started nucleating (nucleus formation) with foreign absorbing material which could be a nucleus of the biomolecule, Bio-nuclear interaction taking place in the upper atmosphere. The mutation of the biomolecular structure (protein) might have been a possible source of this virus.”
Krishna also feels this mutation was maybe first noticed in China, however, there’s no evidence on that. He also considered the possibility of a “deliberate attempt” and “outburst of an experiment.”
If by now all the explanation by Krishna went past assessment, you’ll follow this: he also stated that the upcoming solar eclipse, that is on June 21, could potentially curb the virus, just the way the December eclipse invoked it. He said the intensity of the sun rays coming from fission energy could be a turning point, ANI reports.
The sunlight and solar eclipse will be its natural remedy for this virus,” the scientist said, urging not to panic, since “this is a natural process happening in the planetary configuration.”
The June 21st annular solar eclipse
This year’s annular solar eclipse will coincide with the summer solstice, that is the longest day of the year, making it special. The moon will come in between the earth and the sun, blocking sun rays momentarily, shadowing the planet.
Want to follow-up? The solar eclipse will reportedly begin from 9:15 AM and will stretch until 3:04 PM in the afternoon. Solar eclipse this year’s will be ‘annular,’ which means the moon will be farther away in the orbit from the earth and will be visually smaller to cover the sun fully.
It is hereby suggested to never look at the sun with naked eyes during an eclipse, unlike lunar eclipse. It can cause severe damage to the eyes.
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