reply to post by WretchFossil
Ice meteorite contains alien life remains
Figure 1 below is marked for alien life remains of blood vessel and red blood cells found in an ice meteorite discovered by Mr. Duane P. Snyder:
Photo source and credit: The original micrograph of Figure 1 was bought from Mr. Snyder’s website at www.snydericyrite.com...
Added on Dec. 3, 2010:
Proof of meteorite:
The following link shows Mr. Snyder had the ice meteorite analyzed
for its chemical composition and bio-molecular structures. The
analysis reports show the object contains most of the elements on the
periodic table (90 u). No Earth rocks contain so many elements in a concentrated form.
In short, the object is a meteorite because it contains iron-nickel metal and animal fossils. Listen to the radio talk for details.
Added on Dec. 4, 2010:
Most elements on the periodic table are
found concentrated in a tiny part of one ice meteorite.
That tiny part contains both iron-nickel metal and animal fossil debris, which ensures that it was extraterrestrial in origin, as no terrestrial
artificial/natural objects contain so many elements and fossil debris in just one tiny part of the objects.
Added on Dec. 7, 2010:
Here is the direct link to the radio interview without need for download:
In the interview, Mr. Snyder actually said the ice meteorite fragment contains "nearly all the elements on the periodic talbe" instead of "most of
the elements on the periodic table" as I mentioned in previous posts. That fact alone proves the ice meteorite was extraterrestrial in origin, as no
terrestrial objects contain so many elements in a tiny, undifferentiated fragment.
Some people said the thread-like objects in Figure 1 were fibers rather than blood vessel fossil debris.Their claim was incorrect in that no fibers
contain round and concave particles of 3-10 micrometers in diameter. Arrow A in my Figure 1 points to such a
particle, a fossilized red blood cell. So, it was not a fiber.