50cm. petroglyph mirrors the 1cm. embryo fossil
The EIN species still lives! After initial discovery of the ground zero depositional evidence, multiple sets of bones, hair, skin and organs were found in different sites in CO that indicate the EIN species is still thriving in at least 3 states, perhaps Canada and other possible areas in the world. EIN Files presents, Wyoming’s ‘Little Man’ mine mummy’s xray cut outs, active burrows and anatomy glossary. This subspecies is the mighty worker, surface-subsurface burrowing species with its purpose to infinitely regather, powder pure elements, rebuild and mechanize the master species rockets. Estimations life span is up 50,000 years found microscopically and bones of a 3 meters long creature.
Dinwoody Canyon, Wyoming has astonishing, ancient petroglyph meanings that correlated for the first time with Exterran Infinitas Nimerigarus (EIN) species to the first skeleton found in Colorado. I didn’t know the ultimate purpose of the organic species until more impactor evidence displayed associated, repeatable condensed matter physics and materials science signatures that are outlined in the final chapters in Trilogy 3.