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  • Abraham embi
Abraham embi

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The references used in the commentary are dated 2015 and 2016. Why the delay? Because only recently I became aware of the anisotropy nature of Ferrocyanides. They have been described as being anisotropic; meaning the have the property of full absorption of incoming electromagnetic radiation. When I became aware of said property, it was a revelation, meaning I could then fully comprehend all my past observations where the hair follicle intrinsic electromagnetism were documented as periodic semicircular Ferrocyanide crystals. In our original paper in 2016 where a novel method was introduced for imaging plants and animal tissue electromagnetic fields (EMFs) iron particles were identified as the main factor for the results as stated: “As a result of their intrinsic electron transport based metabolism these biologic entities emitted electromagnetic fields that were imaged by aggregated iron particles outlining the leaves or visualized as circulating aggregated iron particles around the hair follicles”.
Due to the recent awareness and documentation as listed above, a new paradigm could be now stated where anisotropic materials together in contact with the ancient enzyme catalase are most likely the main factors in fossilized biological images.
Plants and animals are known to have catalase, therefore when in the presence of an anisotropic environment combined with catalase are introduced as the underlying mechanism triggering plants and animals fossilized images.