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Determining the size of witness marks
Using the average ridge to ridge distance on male fingerprints  of 0.46mm, we can ball-park the scale of the medium sized witness mark in the upper centre of Fig.2 to be around 1.84mm which is close to the 1.6mm determined for a multi-tor impact of an Exotic Vacuum Object (EVO) on the MFMP Hutchison “Fracture” sample.
Number of sides on witness marks
Toroidal yellow features
There were a number of impact witness marks which appeared as toroidal yellow features with a white surround very obviously sitting on the black soot background.
Why not watch this interview with Prof. Robert Temple on his new book - it looks like he has written about several of the topics we have been discussing since 2017. The book is not called “The ‘god’s’ Toolbox”, but “A New Science of Heaven”, I have got the audiobook and will review it in due course.
Oh and check out the title of next years Cosmic Summit
Moore, R.T. (1989) “Analysis of Ridge-To-Ridge Distance on Fingerprints”, Journal of Forensic Identification, Volume: 39, Issue: 4, Dated: (July-August 1989), pp. 231-238
Bogdanovich, B.Y. et. al. (2018) “Video Recording of Long-Lived Plasmoids near Objects Exposed to Remote and Direct Effects of High-Current Pinch Discharges”, Bogdanovich, B.Y. et. al. (2018) “Video Recording of Long-Lived Plasmoids near Objects Exposed to Remote and Direct Effects of High-Current Pinch Discharges”, National Research Nuclear University MEPhI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute)
Nachamkin, J. (October 1992), “Force-Free Time-Harmonic Plasmoids”, University Of Dayton Research Institute, Phillips Laboratory, Propulsion Directorate, Air Force Materiel Command, Edwards Air Force Base CA 93524-7001
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