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Revolutionary new method exposed numerous Martian blood vessels easily

A revolutionary new method easily and cheaply exposed numerous Martian blood vessel fossils by placing sculptured meteorites under a digital microscope.

Blood vessel fossil found in sculptured meteorites
Blood vessel fossil found in sculptured meteorites
May 11, 2011 - PRLog -- One can discover Martian blood vessel fossils easily by this simple method:
Method: Put a sculptured meteorite under a digital microscope.
Result: You will see on your computer screen blood vessel remains , not asbestos, in the grooves of the sculptured meteorite.

Its implications are enormous: In most meteorites (sculptured or not), there are blood vessel fossils, which means most meteorites contained small parts of ET animals, not just rock minerals. NASA cannot come to this conclusion, because it involves the vested interests of many scientists.

The following proof and details for this method are originally displayed at

Recommended sculptured meteorites

The digital microscope is available on ebay for US$50-60 at

Examples of blood vessel remains found in grooves on sculptured meteorites:
1. 60X blood vessel remains
2. 200X blood vessel remains
3. 700X blood vessel remains

Blood vessel remains are different from mineral fibers, as the latter do not contain bulging dots (RBC remains) in them. See mineral fiber SEM in Google:

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I research fossils, publish research results on my website at http://wretchfossil.blogspot.com/
I made revolutionary discoveries,such as "Most meteorites contain Martian mammalian fossils", "Clear proof of Martian life in meteorite ALH84001" etc.
I hope NASA scientists and all people know my discoveries.


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