In Part 1 of this presentation, Australian archaeologist Peter Jupp begin outlining his case for the sudden fossilization of organisms on Earth.
As Peter explained, many examples exist of lifeforms that were not fossilized over geologic ages but rather through the instantaneous process of petrification. But what natural mechanism could achieve this?
As he will explain in greater detail at the forthcoming Thunderbolts Project conference in Phoenix, AZ, the answer lies in decades of laboratory research into high energy plasma discharges.
Part 1 – Electric fossilization
Videos courtesy The Thunderbolts Project
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