Rex Bear: Did Andrew Crosse Create Insect Life Out Of Thin Air?

This is seemingly more evidence to back up the “simulation ” theory. I really believe we manifest things if we think about them in the correct way. And certainly we and life are by design. Maybe – Bozmania1

Sound, resonance and frequency…also what Michael Tellinger talks about. Sasar technology. Hummm. Thank you Rex – Denise James (I have a long video by Tellinger coming up soon.)

“Crosse did not claim that he had created the insects. He assumed that there were insect eggs embedded in his samples. Later commentators agreed that the insects were probably cheese mites or dust mites that had contaminated Crosse’s instruments.” – None (This does not explain the repetition of the experiment by Faraday.)

In 1837, Andrew Crosse reported to the London electrical Society concerning the accidental spontaneous generation of life in the form of Acurus genus insects while he was conducting experiments on the formation of artificial crystals by means of prolonged exposure to weak electric current. Throughout numerous strict experiments under a wide variety of conditions utterly inimical to life as we know it, the insects continued to manifest. The great Michael Faraday also reported to the Royal Institute that he had replicated the experiment. Soon afterwards, all notice of this phenomenon ceased to be reported, and the matter has not been resolved since then. – Crosse article page


YT description: Manifesting Life out of Thin Air, Abiogenesis of Acari Experiment,Faraday & Crosse

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