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PostSubject: Could this be Gur?   Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:15 am

I love going to the last page on search engines. You find so many neat things. This article seems to have some relation to the mysterious jelly like substance known as Gur.

http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-02/19/rspb-slime/viewgallery/294010

If you find Gur on the ground then save it,combine it part of it with gold leaf as soon as possible and set it in a BM bath. If it dissolves gold and turns black then you should let it go through the color changes. If it turns red then you have the stone prepared all you need to do is let it dry. The other part you saved might be able to be grown as a culture. If it's true then you can grow philosopher's stone in a flask.

Edit: A google image search on "Star Jelly" turns up hundreds of pictures of this mysterious Gur like substance.
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PostSubject: Re: Could this be Gur?   Sat Feb 15, 2014 4:00 am

Hi solarseeker very interesting thanks
so now we must confront if some have found it jelly star before because some say never found it and this is the first time the person have found it :
http://thisteacherslife.wordpress.com/2009/11/28/star-jelly-on-the-willow-road/

http://psicosi2012.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/gelatina-di-stelle-in-inghilterra/

so about all it we must research deep more

but the photo in Google must control it threre are many photo very interesting link :
https://www.google.it/search?q=Star+Jelly&newwindow=1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=W_f-UvrfFYavygPqmIGoAQ&ved=0CAkQ_AUoAQ&biw=683&bih=247

so if in the past exist it ? and some have true found it ?
all is very interesting so we must analized all it more deep
and about it this strange jelly star some speculate that even as hypotheses to be frog eggs jellies or similar compounds of frogs etc  

so about it look also in final part of the same article at the link
 
http://thisteacherslife.wordpress.com/2009/11/28/star-jelly-on-the-willow-road/

(but in IMHO the egg frog or substance of frog i not belived that it is this the substance which are composes this jelly star but this is only my opinion so we about waef it is it we must made more thorough investigation )

so all it of this strange jelly star is very very interesting but we must well analized very more and very deep all this ipothesys about the composition of this strange substance which composes  this strange and ipotetical jelly star    

my best regards alexbr
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PostSubject: Re: Could this be Gur?   Wed Mar 05, 2014 1:30 am

star jelly can be found more easily near ponds early in the morning after a heavy dew.
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PostSubject: Re: Could this be Gur?   Wed Mar 05, 2014 1:47 am

thepassamist wrote:
star jelly can be found more easily near ponds early in the morning after a heavy dew.

Hi thepassamist thanks is very interesting this that you you day
so can you give us some feedback on what with data and precise references etc on what you're saying about the star Jelli and its increased production near ponds

my berst regards alexbr
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PostSubject: Re: Could this be Gur?   Wed Mar 05, 2014 1:52 am

alexbr wrote:
thepassamist wrote:
star jelly can be found more easily near ponds early in the morning after a heavy dew.

Hi thepassamist thanks is very interesting this that you you day
so can you give us some feedback on what with data and precise references etc on what you're saying about the star Jelli and its increased production near ponds

my berst regards alexbr

sorry i do not know anything about it personally. I just asked by father in law about it since he has been in the country all his life. He noticed it immediately and told me where to find it. said he sees it often when he is turkey hunting.
i will try and get more details about it though
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PostSubject: Re: Could this be Gur?   Fri Mar 07, 2014 1:04 am

Now there's an idea. Why not print out pictures of this jelly stuff and ask local hunters about it? They are very used to getting up before the crack of dawn and wandering outside at those hours.

Gur has the annoying property of degrading to water in the sun light. It seems star jelly does too.
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