have photgraphed them dozens of times.
they are huge. [using the calibration slide
as a reference..100x full frame with this scope
is appx a millimeter]...and creatures of this size are
roaming the blood?..this is nutz!
Doc dismissed the filaments out of hand as "artifacts".
If they are "artifacts" they are damn persistent.
Using NO stains/dyes/chemicals ..drop of blood..on slide.
take picture. Not "digital conversion" artifacts..they
are plainly visible to eye. A "dust mote" would be covered
by blood..but NOT covered in white cells in one minute
it takes to mount the camera.
I generally don't even take their picture UNLESS they are
engaged by "white cells"...precisely to
avoid the "air contamination" arugument.
A "hair" floating onto the slide in the few seconds it takes to mount the slide would not have the "hair" covered in cellular goo in that
short of time.
Artifact?..How?..[doc won't elaborate..
just says repeats "artifact". I think he's refusing to see what is plainly there.
its outside his "I know everything there is to know" box.