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Raleigh, N.C. — It's reminiscent of something from the 1958 science-fiction film, "The Blob" – a beating, pulsating, mysterious, slimy mass that has grabbed widespread attention across the Internet.
Originally posted by Gemwolf
reply to post by PartyToker
And again two "experts" stating that it's two different things. We can't have two "truths"...?
Originally posted by LeTan
I like how in one of the articles it says "It is unclear whether or not the colony will be removed by city workers" or something to that degree. What the heck? Why would you NOT remove that and take it to a lab to study it so we can get a CLEAR answer to what it is? No, they'll just leave it down there while our scientists sit around with their thumbs up their bums and speculate on what it is? That or they are afraid to go near it cause they don't really know what it is and have a crappy time removing it from that wall. (pun intended)
Originally posted by Fromabove
reply to post by DeltaPan
I made an edit to my post on a "tubifex worms" video I found on Youtube.
reply to post by Fromabove
Tubifex also looks more excited and random movement of indviduals, flaying around etc.
I don't buy that, i still want known graphics or footage from the past if these are observed before.
Else i do not for the life of me believe scientific interest wouldn't compel extraction to at least confirm expert opinion definitively.
All we are getting is that we've seen these before and so nobody academic in research with a lab' is remotely interested it seems.