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(Nov. 29) -- A Michigan man claiming to possess an ice meteorite rich in extraterrestrial organisms will announce in a news conference Tuesday that alien life, at long last, has been found. The announcement will take place at a Ramada Inn in South Haven, Mich.
In March 2000, Snyder noticed several chunks of ice on the road near his home. Since it hadn't snowed for weeks, he deduced that the ice must have been an ice meteorite. After gathering up a few pieces and stashing them in his freezer, he spent the next 10 years trying to convince scientists to analyze the frozen mass. However, Snyder received little interest from the scientific community, and in September, he paid to have chemical analyses performed by two commercial laboratories. What the labs found -- that samples contained particles with unique molecular structures -- convinced Snyder that he indeed had in his possession alien life forms.
"I prayed for Jesus to send me an ice meteorite, because I knew it would be quite valuable," Duane P. Snyder, 65, said of the chunk of ice he found on a South Haven roadway in 2000.
Originally posted by gatorboi117
...Since it hadn't snowed for weeks, he deduced that the ice must have been an ice meteorite....
Originally posted by psychedeliack
reply to post by gatorboi117
Looks a lot like the morgellons, yikes if so.
Originally posted by ATC_GOD
He is going to announce this ground breaking news at the Ramada Inn!!!!????
I am still laughing... The Ramada Inn...