posted on Jun, 27 2011 @ 03:32 PM
reply to post by LLTWF
First of all, that has nothing to do with the post you apparently answered to.
Second, the author of that page is doing things the wrong way; he looked at the photo of the meteorite and then he searched for similar things in
biology images. He should first look into geology books and photos, to understand what are the normal and natural things that can be seen on a
meteorite, then, when he knew what to expect in a meteorite, he could look for new explanations for things geology could not explain.
By looking first at biology as an explanation of geological features, he may (and most certainly is) be wasting precious time, efforts and resources
following the wrong path.
It's more or less the same thing as someone looking at a book written in a different, unknown alphabet. We should learn first what are the characters
used in that alphabet to know if that text as something written in a different alphabet.
Like Chinese characters mixed with Japanese characters, someone that doesn't know either characters cannot understand the difference, and if that
person starts looking at the Korean alphabet to explain what he/she sees in that book, it will be a waste of time.