Godlike Productions - Discussion Forum
Users Online Now: 764 (Who's On?)Visitors Today: 164,096
Pageviews Today: 270,232Threads Today: 94Posts Today: 1,735
03:41 AM

Back to Forum
Back to Forum
Back to Thread
Back to Thread
Subject Martian male reproductive tract found in Martian meteorite--proof for alien life
User Name
Font color:  Font:

In accordance with industry accepted best practices we ask that users limit their copy / paste of copyrighted material to the relevant portions of the article you wish to discuss and no more than 50% of the source material, provide a link back to the original article and provide your original comments / criticism in your post with the article.
Original Message Martian male reproductive tract found in Martian meteorite.

Figure 1 below is marked for fossilized partial remains of possible male reproductive tract found in a fragment of Nakhlite meteorite that originated from Mars:

Figure 1: 10,000X Electron image by University of Leicester, UK, marked by me.
[link to www.wretch.cc]

Compare with: Earthly male reproductive tract, showing
epididymis with pseudostratified columnar epithelium with stereocilia.
[link to www.sciencesway.com] (see histology lab slide 55 & slide 56)

Photo source and credit for Figure 1:
[link to www2.le.ac.uk]

Added on Feb. 13, 2011:
Found: Martian sperm cell/epithelial cell nuclei

A meteorite originating from Mars is found to have contained a sperm cell and many epithelial cells with nuclei as marked in the following two figures:
Figure 1: electron imge marked for epithelium and epithelial cells with nuclei
[link to www.wretch.cc]

Figure 2: electron image marked for fossilized sperm cell and epithelial cells with nuclei
[link to www.wretch.cc]

Image source and credit for Figure 1: [link to www.alphagalileo.org]

Image source and credit for Figure 2: University of Leicester, UK at [link to www2.le.ac.uk]

Added on Feb. 16, 2011:
Irrefutable Martian life found in meteorite Lafayette

The following figures show irrefutable Martian life remains (note 1), because their structures of epididymis tubule tissues have never been found in any non-life material. No mineral crystals ever formed the same structures as shown in these electron images:
[link to www.wretch.cc]

[link to www.wretch.cc]

[link to www.wretch.cc]

[link to www.wretch.cc]

[link to www.wretch.cc]

Note 1: material originally described in [link to www.alphagalileo.org]

Added on Feb. 18, 2011:
Reasons for identifying epididymis remains in meteorite Lafayette

1. According to Wikipedia article (note 1), epididymis is part of the male reproductive system. In humans, it is six meters long, tightly coiled behind each testis. This human epididymis tubule micrograph (Fig. 1): [link to www.bu.edu] closely resembles the Martian material (Fig. 2): [link to www.wretch.cc] found in meteorite Lafayette (note 2).

2. No Earthly material/contaminants could have got into the meteorite and formed “sperm and tubules” in Figure 2.

3. The origin of the above Martian material is not minerals or any other non-life material for the following reasons:
(a) Phylosilicates, or clay, or asbestos may resemble the Martian material on the nano/micron levels, but they are never found to show the size and shape of whole “epididymis tubules” in Figure 2 above.

(b) Other minerals may possibly show the general shape of whole “epididymis tubules”, but such minerals, on the nano/micron/crystal/cell levels, do not show the morphology of phyloslicates, or clay, or asbestos, or “epithelial cells” or “sperm” of Figure 2 above.

So, the only other non-life possibility is nonminerals that has no life, such as amber, frozen carbon dioxide, man-made fibers, etc. Again, these nonminerals have never been reported to resemble epididymis tubules on both nano and micron levels.

In view of (a) and (b), the Martian material in Figure 2 must have had its origin in an organism. As meteorite Lafayette has been confirmed by NASA as originating from Mars, and in view of Point 1 and Point 2, I can only conclude the Martian material in Figure 2 was Martian animal fossil organ remains of epididymis. The Martian past life is shown on four levels in Figure 2: on the organ level ( epididymis); on the tissue level (epithelium and tubules); on the cell level (sperm and epithelial cells); on the molecule level (flagellum of sperm). I never saw a Martian fossil showing all four levels of life.

Note 1: Wikipedia article on epididymis
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Note 2: Free online article describing the Martian material
[link to www.alphagalileo.org]

Added on Feb. 19, 2011:
Martian epididymis marked in details

Some people still could not recognize the cells on the Martian epididymis tubules. So, I marked the details of the cells, showing cell boudaries, cell bodies, nuclei, tubule lumen, etc. at

[link to www.wretch.cc]

in the hope that people could compare the Martian material more easily with Earthly human epididymis tubule at [link to www.bu.edu]

Added on Feb. 21, 2011:

Unambiguous Martian epithelial cells

Figure 1 below shows Martian and Earthly epithelial cells in epididymis are almost the same in shape, although Earthly human epididymis is 15 times wider than that of the Martian animal.

Figure 1: [link to www.wretch.cc]

Source and credit for left image in above figure:
[link to www.alphagalileo.org]

Source and credit for right image:
[link to www.visualsunlimited.com]
Pictures (click to insert)
 | Next Page >>