"However, they also may be transmitting diseases from one side of the globe to the other. The researchers found E. coli in their samples (which they think hurricanes lifted from cities), and they plan to investigate whether plagues are raining down on us."
As part of my ongoing research on spirits, demons, and parasitic fungi/molds, I would like to present to you more current scientific articles and stories that correlate with some of my ancient research.
For example, in one of my most rent articles,"The Demonic Dark Spirits of the Air", I explain the ancient belief in what have been called "airy spirits (ariel spirits)" or who the Gnostics said were the lords of darkness and the mischievousness of spirits of the air and who the Christians had considered them to be wicked spirits on high whose habitation was mainly the air which was said to be the mansion of evil spirits, of whom Satan (Great Dragon) is the chief.
A follower of the Gnostic Warrior read my article and he shared with me a link to a 2013 article from Popular Science that got my attention. It is titled, "Bacteria at 33,000 Feet: Great, now what?" In the article, they explain how a team of scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology discovered billions of tiny organisms such as bacteria and fungi after they flew six miles above Earth's surface in a NASA jet plane and pumped outside air through a filter to collect particles.
Back on the ground, they tallied the organisms, and the count was staggering: 20 percent of what they had assumed to be just dust or other particles was alive. Earth, it seems, is surrounded by a bubble of what they called just bacteria, but they also mention fungi and other organisms as well.
What interesting about this research is that the scientists are investigating whether they could be responsible for recycling nutrients in the atmosphere, like they do on Earth and if they could influence weather patterns by helping clouds form.
The researchers added "However, they also may be transmitting diseases from one side of the globe to the other. The researchers found E. coli in their samples (which they think hurricanes lifted from cities), and they plan to investigate whether plagues are raining down on us. If we can find out more about the role of bacteria in the atmosphere, says Ann Womack, a microbial ecologist at the University of Oregon, scientists could even fight climate change by engineering the bacteria to break down greenhouse gases into other, less harmful compounds."