Published on Feb 19, 2016
Overnight, a small town in Michigan was blanketed with a layer of viscous black goo. It came down in 26,000-person Harrison Township earlier this week, causing alarm and a slew of questions, foremost among those being: What is this stuff?
According to reports, the tar-like substance came raining down from the sky all over the area, with one resident telling The Macomb Daily that at first, he “thought it was bird crap.” WXYZ-TV News in Detroit reports that residents are angry about the ubiquitous substance:
Black Goo,is an abiotic mineral oil from the upper crust containing high amounts,of m-state gold and iridium. It has been found on Thule Island on the South Falkland Islands and under the Gulf of Mexico. Furth,much longer in range than ferromagnetism,that seems to be interactive in a spontaneous way,that very likely is based on bi-directional,annihilated photon exchange as known from m-state-matter in life-forms. Due to this magnetism Black Goo shows the ability to mec,in many different ways and has been reported to,carry highly intelligent consciousness.