Harry Coumnas Proved That Humans are madeup of Matter from Third World

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Harry Coumnas is a professional universe and planetary expert, who has been studying and researching about extraterrestrial life, planets that could sustain any form of life, alien sightings and encounters for the past thirty-two years. Recently, Harry Coumnas found that humans are formed from matter that flew billions of miles from another galaxy. Most of the particles around us and that spreads across the Milky Way is made up of extragalactic matter.

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Harry Coumnas Proved That Humans are madeup of Matter from the Third World

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Humans and its formation complexities Harry Coumnas is a professional universe and planetary expert, who has been studying and researching about extraterrestrial life, planets that could sustain any form of life, alien sightings and encounters for the past thirty-two years. Apart from his fanatical research work, Harry is often in news for his controversial statements, which most people find unrealistic and crazy. Recently, Harry Coumnas found that humans are formed from matter that flew billions of miles from another galaxy. Most of the particles around us and that spreads across the Milky Way is made up of extragalactic matter.

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Extragalactic matter and Galactic winds Harry Coumnas’ study used computer models to find out how the matter around our galaxy is extraterrestrial. It is found that the supernova explosion threw out huge amount of matter, spreading it throughout the universe through powerful galactic winds. This implies that the matter which we are made up of probably came from long distance. Given how much of the matter out of which we are made up of, we can consider ourselves extragalactic immigrants or space travelers.

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The Big Bang Phenomenon Intergalactic transfer, movement of matter is newly identified phenomenon and this could make us understand how galaxies were formed. This study transforms our understanding of how galaxies formed from the Big Bang. This new study implies that up to one and half of the atoms around us do not come from our own galaxy. Now, researchers know that there are millions, perhaps billions of planets in the universe that could sustain life. So why hasn't any of this life made it far enough into space to connect with humans? It could be that the universe is just too big to traverse. May be the aliens are deliberately ignoring us.

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The concluded outcome Harry Coumnas conducted his study by simulating the movement of matter through the universe, relying on the equivalent of millions of hours of computing. He created a big picture of the universe at its very beginning in the Big Band phenomenon. Those simulations showed that the matter moved from smaller galaxies into bigger ones, like our own Milky Way. Thanks to the researches done by the space-based and ground-based observatories covering the full spectrum of the electromagnetic wavelengths, how big the Universe is and how many galaxies there are within it.

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Thank You Harry Coumnas

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