NEOPROTEROZOIC / CRYOGENIAN:
ORGANIC OR INORGANIC?
I got these pictures from Michael Szwabo. These structures were found near Kunanarra in Western Australia. Michael wrote: "They are from the Ranford formation in W.A., and they are 670 m.y. old. Some people think these are evaporites or gypsum crystals, others think they're jellyfish or some sort of metazoan." - What do YOU think?
Bruce Stinchcomb Some of these specimens appear to be folded as though they were originally composed of a material which was flexible (like an organic material). If they were crystals such as selenite or some other inorganic mineral, they would not do this.
Michael Szwabo One when is the things that Bruce Stinchcomb noticed was that many of these structures un are are rolled over or Lipped. If these were crystals they would break it would require a leathery kind of Skin or dermis for them to roll up and over and that was a pretty convincing argument to me .indeed ifthey were Crystal and they would break and shatter.
Sandra Nəusər Meine Tochter sagte eben: Mama, die sehn aus wie vertrocknete Quallen auf Steinen am Strand, hab ich mit Oma und Opa in Spanien gesehn! Ich widerspreche ihr nicht ;)