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This is a shame, I remember the footage from Turkey of a UFO caused quite a stir on here, with people claiming fake fake fake.
Like some previous posters have mentioned, I wonder too where the implants he pulled out have gone?
Can someone tell me what they might be if they're NOT implants?
The implants Two series of tests have been performed in 1998 under the direction of NIDS, more precisely of Colonel John Alexander who was a prominent member of its team of scientific advisers (Colonel Alexander had a long career in secret military studies, notably at Los Alamos National Laboratory). hey were performed first at Los Alamos National Laboratory and later at New Mexico Tech. In his book, his articles and conferences, Roger Leir mentions studies made in other laboratories, but the precise results have not been published yet. We first have the results of the analysis done at New Mexico Tech in 1996, paid by NIDS and published on its web site, at : www.nidsci.org...
we have the " letter of opinion " of the metallurgist engineer who did the tests, Mr Paul A. Fuierer. It is not on the NIDS site, but it is reproduced by Dr Roger Leir in his book, with his comments, and on his own web site, at : alienscalpel.com... It seems important to signal here that this metallusrgist gave in fact two successive opinions. When he gave the first one, he had not been informed at all of the origin of the fragment. He expressed the opinion that its metallic components were similar to those found in meteorites. When he received this first letter of opinion, Dr Leir was so surprised that he called the metallurgist and informed him that the fragment had been extracted from a human body. Mr Fuierer, who is known to be a skeptic regarding ufos, gave then an additionnal opinion. He stated that an iron-silver mixture imbedded into the body could cause a calcification reaction, with a resulting material comparable to ceramic materials used in medecine and dentistry. But Dr Leir notes in his book that such materials are no longer in use because they produce a " tremendous inflammatory reaction ". However, none of the implants had produced such a reaction. The metallurgist did not know that, and he did not know either that "a strange, gray, dense biological membrane covered the specimens. Last of all, there was no evidence of a portal of entry " (p. 170 of Dr Leir’s book).
As for the analyses done at Los Alamos, it seems that they are presented, rather briefly, and only in the book of Dr Leir, which he published on his own initiative. It is important to stress here that, in the initial agreement between NIDS and the Leir-Sims team, it was understood that NIDS would publish a scientific article (according to Leir in his book). But instead of that, in 1996 they pushed Leir to publish rapidly an article in the Mufon UFO Journal (see p 175 of the book)
Just out of curiosity. How does one refute hard physical evidence like this??
I'm not saying it can be proven that these implants are from ET's necessarily.
Foreign Body Removal Foreign bodies embedded in the foot are common in podiatry. The patient may or may not recall the incident. There are number of objects that can penetrate the skin of the foot causing an embedded foreign body. The most common foreign body to penetrate the foot is a sewing needle. There are other materials that can cause foreign body injury to the foot including; toothpicks, glass shards, metal shavings, cloth fibers, hair, and sand or silica. Most anything that is hard can penetrate the skin and pose a threat when it is stepped on by the foot. Insect stings and sticker-burrs from various plants are also common. Foreign bodies can remain in the foot indefinitely. There have been reports of materials that have penetrated the foot and have remained encapsulated in deep tissues of the foot for years. Usually, the body will see the foreign object, no matter how small, and encapsulate it through an immune tissue response. Many times, it’s not the foreign body, but the foreign body tissue response that causes pain and the need for removal.
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Right, but these implants, paradoxically, weren't causing infection or inflammation and in fact were becoming incorporated into the abductee's own nerve and connective tissue. T
What I found most interesting about his research was that at least one of the implants gave off "radio waves", at an extreme high or low in the Hertz, I can't remember which.
The term "Morgellons" was introduced by stay-at-home mother Mary Leitao in 2004 to describe a skin condition characterized by a range of cutaneous (skin) symptoms including crawling, biting, and stinging sensations; finding fibers on or under the skin; and persistent skin lesions (e.g., rashes or sores). A majority of health professionals, including most dermatologists, regard Morgellons as a manifestation of other known medical conditions, including delusional parasitosis and believe any fibers found are from textiles such as clothing. The Morgellons Research Foundation, a non-profit advocacy organization, believes that it is a new infectious disease that will be confirmed by future research. "Other health professionals don't acknowledge Morgellons disease or are reserving judgment until more is known about the condition". Separate, large-scale studies into the proposed diagnosis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Mayo Clinic failed to find an infectious cause of the symptoms and confirmed that Morgellons is a variant of delusional parasitosis. The term "delusional infestation" has been suggested to account for Morgellons' patients as well as standard delusional parasitosis patients.
CDC researchers issued the results of their multi-year study in January 2012, indicating that there were no disease organisms present in Morgellons patients, the fibers found consisted mainly of cellulose, which the CDC suggested were likely cotton, and concluded that in these respects the condition was "similar to more commonly recognized conditions such as delusional infestation"
There are no aliens present on earth.