Sunday, 10 June 2018

Seed Sent By Aliens Made From Titanium Contain Alien Juice Or "Biological Ooze"

Firstly, something we never covered in the video. Just where was this seed found? Now that's super strange as to why we totally forgot to even raise this question in the video? I wonder where it was found? If you know please let us all know in the comments, thank you? This is we call a "smoking gun" piece of Alien proof and Alien evidence! It literally doesn't get any better than this guys?

It's a tiny orb made of Titanium which is ultra strong by the way and has biological ooze inside the metal orb? It is a seed of life of sorts and was probably sent by Aliens of which it or they, could be an advanced civilized "Alien race" seeding the Universe?

It's been suggested not by us guys but by actual scientists. And to be honest with you, what other explanation fits this bill? There is no other "real" explanation is there? It seems to me to be common sense that this is what the scientists are suggesting it is - which would be a rare time we actually agree with scientists! The never-before seen image shows a microscopic metal globe spewing out biological material feared to be an infectious agent. Actually human beings act a lot like a virus did you know?

We colonize, spread and turn the land from a lovely green color to a deathly grey concrete color? There is more examples of similar virus behavior between us and a virus aswell. Though the origin or purpose of the mysterious sphere is uncertain, experts say it could contain genetic material - the precursor to life. They sensationally claim it could have been designed by an intelligent species to “seed” and propagate alien life on Earth. It is the first time anything like this has been seen and points not only to the existence of extraterrestrial life, but to complex and civilized beings watching our planet.

It follows findings that DNA capable of inserting itself into living creatures and replicating can exist in harsh space conditions. A tiny ‘plasmid’, a circular strand of DNA used in genetic engineering, was sent into space from Sweden in 2011 on the exterior of a TEXUS-49 rocket. After enduring 1,000C heat it was found to still be intact and with its biological properties when it returned to Earth.