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Die Meteoriten in Sammlungen, ihre Geschichte, Mineralogische und Chemische Beschaffenheit.

Meteorites in Collections, their History, Mineralogical and Chemical Composition.

By Dr. Otto Buchner. 1863.

German edition, Github: github.com/solaranamnesis/otto

Archive: archive.org/details/buchner_me

Investigating the Kaba meteorite, Wöhler produced H2O and carbon material. In the conclusion of his report, a quote from Berzelius' is included:

„Enthält dieser erdige Stein wohl Humus oder Spuren von anderen organischen Verbindungen? Gibt dies möglicherweise einen Wink über die Gegenwart organischer Gebilde auf anderen Weltkörpern?“

Wöhler - Kaba meteorite:
archive.org/details/wohler_kaba_1858_german

Berzelius' "About Meteor-Stones":
archive.org/details/berzelius_uber_meteor_stein_german

Über Meteor-Cultus der Alten,
vorzüglich in Bezug auf Steine, die vom Himmel gefallen.

About the Meteor Cults of the Ancients, especially in relation to Stones that Fell from the Sky.

German edition:
archive.org/details/dalberg_me

More reports identical to the gelatinous objects published by Otto Hahn, and posted in an earlier toot, are found in Section 6 of Chladni's "Fire-Meteors."

Here are found dozens of the most amazing reports of various types of objects falling from the sky associated with a light or fire-meteor. Lots of blood like clumps and rain, slimy, papery, flaky, and bituminous substances. Even stranger are hair- and thread-like masses, which in one case was sewn into clothing.

github.com/solaranamnesis/Erns

An article from 2010 about a painting by Gustav Hahn, the son of Otto Hahn. Quite interesting. Gustav painted the Canadian Fireball Procession of 1913.

thestar.com/news/insight/2010/

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Results from self-publishing on the lulu.com site are quite good. Sample photos with highest quality paper and color; paperback.

Knyahinya Meteorite Thin Section Gigapixel Mosaic

L/LL5 Chondrite

Plane Polarized Visible light. Camera: Nikon Z6. Zerene Stacker. Picture Window Pro. GIMP. Image Magick. digiCamcontrol.

Panoramas: peakd.com/meteorite/@solar-ana

I am a bit concerned about the lack of any questions? Healthy skepticism? Even though I am convinced, one person's conviction is hardly going to effect a change without support. It took years to arrive here, and with great reluctance. But truth wins in the end.

Dr. Richard von Drasche's representation (Table 4) of various chondrules in the meteorite from Lancé (CO3.5) in Tschermak's Mineralogical Reports. 1875. Issue 1.

Dr. Karl von Gümbel (1823 - 1898) drew some great figures in his works, which you can find available to read on Archive or download a pdf there too.

1875 - "On the Nature of the Stone Meteorites from the Fall of February 12, 1875 in Iowa County North America"

1878 - "About the stone meteorites found in Bavaria."

NWA 6472 Meteorite Surface Gigapixel Mosaic

LL3.2 Chondrite

Cross polarized reflected light. Camera: Nikon Z6. Zerene Stacker. Picture Window Pro. GIMP. Image Magick. digiCamcontrol.

Panoramas: peakd.com/meteorite/@solar-ana

Gov't orgs and other institutions: "We are trying real hard to find life elsewhere in the solar system."

Many individual researchers: "The chondrites contain fossils of diverse micro-lifeforms."

When I started digital photography of meteorite thin sections, I was totally convinced that life had spontaneously originated on Earth, perhaps in deep sea thermal vents. It wasn't until about three years of photography that suddenly I began to see the chondrites for what they are. It was the CO type that really convinced me. At the time I had never heard of Otto Hahn nor David Weinland nor Fred Hoyle nor Wickramasinghe nor Hoover. I hope to give my audience this shortcut.

Otto Hahn's 1880 book "The Meteorite (Chondrite) and its Organisms" was never republished or translated out of German. All the articles in the "Das Ausland" magazine were still in old copies, in their original Fraktur German. As was Karsten's "The Meteorite and its Organisms."

I assume all the scientists, particularly the non-German ones, can read German and Fraktur German and that explained why it took 140 years...

Thankfully they are now republished and translated into English on Archive.

One of the best lectures: Fred Hoyle’s IFS Lecture December 1982. He talks about the relationship of comets, viruses, cosmic dust, and more.

youtu.be/hsiFvCYSjHI

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