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Skywizard
31st January 2013, 15:06
It was a normal Sunday in Vail for Geradine Vargas. Normal, until she and her husband stumbled upon something kind of weird. What are these mysterious, translucent purple spheres that were recently found by the thousands in the Arizona desert? Anyone want to take a stab at what they are?


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=EZKbnW_SAkM

Peace...
~skywizard

Lifebringer
31st January 2013, 15:26
Did they come off a comet? Are they some new being eggs? Why hasn't lab analysis been sent out on them. They could have taken a few, and had them analyzed. Let's hope they do. I'm very curious on this....hmmm.

MorningSong
31st January 2013, 15:47
I think these mysterious globs are water gel beads made of water-absorbing polimers.

http://www.supercrystals.net/

They sell the little balls here in the big supermarkets for houseplants and they come in all colors.... lol!

Now just why someone would dump a pile of them in the desert, I certainly don't know.

blufire
31st January 2013, 15:49
Somebody lost their marbles?? Dang it . . . I knew I left mine somewhere ((((((looks for map to head for Arizona))))))

Sidney
31st January 2013, 16:01
Ya beat me to it blufire.lol

How are they staying moist in the desert though? Looks like eggs, but most likely an absorbent house plant accessory.

RMorgan
31st January 2013, 16:06
I think these mysterious globs are water gel beads made of water-absorbing polimers.

http://www.supercrystals.net/

They sell the little balls here in the big supermarkets for houseplants and they come in all colors.... lol!

Now just why someone would dump a pile of them in the desert, I certainly don't know.

This is exactly what I thought.

Maybe someone dumped a bucketful of this stuff in that location, for some unknown reason.

http://img.alibaba.com/photo/361291667/non_toxic_growing_water_balls_hydrogel_water_gel_. jpg

Anyway, who knows...It might be something else as well.

Raf.

ghostrider
1st February 2013, 02:57
I have never seen fungus grow on sand in the desert ... all in one little area , wonder what it really is ...

sineck
1st February 2013, 06:05
to me they look like eggs. are they still there? and why are they so moist in the desert. `i know the desert and moisture would not stand two days out there. but who knows i really have no idea. hope though they dont hatch, that would be kind of freaky. What if some dude from another planet set them in the desert to hatch and out comes a new species. Like little aliens.:cool: