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Green ‘space’ slime baffles nature experts: linked to meteors?

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Alien substance or biological mystery? An unexplained jelly-like substance, which is said to occur during meteor showers has been found on a wildlife park in Somerset.
March 5, 2013UNITED KINGDOMA “weird” green slime said in folklore to appear at the same time as meteors hit Earth has been found in a birdlife park in Somerset. The RSPB has appealed for help in identifying the slime, which is said to be scattered on grass banks close to pools and lakes around Ham Wall Nature Reserve near Glastonbury. The jelly-like substance could be bacteria, fungus or toad innards, wildlife experts said. Some believe it could be a substance that has been written about for centuries called star or astral jelly, which is said to appear in the wake of meteor showers. Its appearance has coincided with a meteor strike in Russia and the harmless fly-by of an…

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4 thoughts on “Green ‘space’ slime baffles nature experts: linked to meteors?

  1. lashell on said:

    I really don’t understand how this slime could truly be linked to the meteorites. Meteorites are not cold enough to carry life form on it as it passes through the atmosphere heated and burning these organisms would have been burned/killed. Being that they were not this makes me think that if in fact this is “real”, that these organisms were man made.

    • I don’t know enough about meteorites to know whether or not these organisms could be carried through the meteorite’s path despite its incredible heat and make it here in this slimy state. However, your statement that they normally should be burned/killed as it goes through the atmosphere does make sense. So, there are two possibilities here, either the activities (what they can harbor) and the nature of the meteorites are now defying what we call science, or we are looking at something man made and we are being sold the meteorite theory. That is incredibly scary. But for generations we have been sold on thinking that we are evolved from the apes, so we can easily fall for a green space slime bluff. There is another possible explanation though, it may sound “far out”, but its plausible. ” 6 Men’s hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken.” Luke 21:26
      God’s Peace be with you!

  2. EPA guy on said:

    Did anyone ever bother to have this stuff analized and repost it here.? How long do these misteries remain until solved? Wiki post?

    • I have yet to read about an analysis of this green slime. Of course whenever some unexplainable phenomenon occurs, people rush out with their assumptions and opinions but I haven’t seen any official statement proving anything! Searching for follow ups I read an article attributing it to algae, another to frog spawn. The weird thing is that as a nature reserve, it would be normal to see frog spawn and algae growth there, and this slimy substance had never been seen before. The fact that it appeared after the meteor is the clincher. If this slime is some sort of microbial “life form” that meteors have been known to carry, I doubt that we would be getting many detailed reports! However, I did come across this interesting article in Pravda just a few days ago about meteors, life carried on meteors and how it connects to Genesis and God’s Creation! (http://english.pravda.ru/science/earth/10-03-2011/117140-meteorite_life_form-0/)

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