There are many many possibilities.
Many unanswered questions.
What happened to all red colored powders and liquids I consumed?
Everything that come out was dark green! No single trace of red.
The red dye was observed inside 2 stones only, and only after several hours of stones being exposed to air.
It was invisible for hours.
After several hours, the sun came to that side of house, and first time then, under the direct strong sunlight, was I able to see tiny tiny particles of red powder inside the cut stone. Those particles are invisible on any of the photos taken.
The photos only show discoloration of some areas of stones ... but camera was not able to capture those tiny shining particles.
Another problem is what happened within the 24 h.
95% of all stones melted. Converted into oily liquid.
What was that oily liquid?
It was 100% transparent.
The Color and solid residue of the stones was left on the paper, while colorless liquid moved downhill.
I never before observed this process as clear as this time.
There are many questions unanswered.
I am hoping that this newsletter will awaken a "researcher" inside other people and that we together may learn more about those "stones".
This was my 4th attempt to color stones.
Using red pepper only several years ago did not produce red stones.
Using fresh red beet juice did not produce red stones. I tried it. Several other people tried it. Always green stones.
Using charcoal did not produce black stones. It did produce black BM.
Using 3 different red dyes did not produce red stones. Not even red BM.
First red color was observed inside and outside cut stones under the strong mid-day sun light.
Many questions, few answers.