Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Press release - Ice Meteorite Found with Extraterrestrial Life-Forms ?

An interesting press release here sent to me about some new discovery that is mean to confirm alien life (in simple form im guessing) found in a meteorite.
Will keep you posted as this story develops:

Duane P. Snyder will announce the discovery of the first and only known ICE METEORITE containing EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE-FORMS on November 30, 2010 at 10:00am at the Ramada Inn Conference Center, 1555 Phoenix Road, South Haven, MI 49090.


SOUTH HAVEN, Mich., Nov. 21, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Duane P. Snyder will announce the discovery of the first and only known ICE METEORITE containing EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE-FORMS on November 30, 2010 at 10:00am at the Ramada Inn Conference Center, 1555 Phoenix Road, South Haven, MI 49090.


Also to be announced: The ICE METEORITE's particle analysis, it's gas analysis, where it likely came from and PHOTOS of EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE-FORMS found in the melt-water of the ICE METEORITE.


Dr. Albert Schnieders of Tascon USA Inc, Chestnut Ridge, New York 10977, has commented that we basically found nearly all elements up to 90u in the sample spherical particles.
snydericyrite.com is a website dedicated to releasing information on the ice meteorite found in year 2000 and the extraterrestrial life forms found in it

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4 comments:

Matt said...

Um. "It's"? Also, Ramada Inn Conference Center? Come on. A little discretion here, please.

Majestic12 said...

http://snydericyrite.com - this is a scam site. 37 people have rated this 4.7? The irresponsibility of posting this rubbish is only super seeded by the gullibility of people that pay any real attention to it.

Anonymous said...

hahahahahah! come on, guys!

how can you think that with a discovery like this you wouldn't hear about it and what about this: http://snydericyrite.com

how can this post be rated more than 1?

Anonymous said...

"Ice Meteorite"

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You mean a Comet? Also, how could any Ice survive the trip through the atmosphere?