Even if the operator has a bias the measuring instruments do not. Another analysis was done at Stanford University last month by different scientist
on other material found on the Plains of San Agustin New Mexico which was also found to have not of this Earth isotope ratios and other anomalies.
That sounds more promising. I had a quick google, but I obviously don't have enough detail for an accurate search, because all I came up with was
junk. Let me know if you find a link to this research, I would be genuinely interested to read it.
The Stanford University lab results are pending,however when they become available will they reflect the 2010 Lab results by Steven Colbern? Because
just a single lab results are not enough to be conclusive. Here is a link: Art Campbell who researched the UFO Crash in the Plains of San Augustin New
Mexico since 1994 wrote a book in 2014 called "Finding the UFO Crash at San Augustin" now I'am NOT asking you to buy the book I'am asking you to read
the book's review section on Amazon by those who have read it thats all.
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edit on 5-7-2017 by meteoritelima because: clarification
any "proof" would be deniable, so if you're waiting for Aliens to just show themselves plainly i think you'll be waiting a while. even if it did
happen people would find some way to explain it away. the only proof there is is what we hear from others or experience ourselves.
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Some activity that: 1) was observable and recordable by multiple independent people and 2) was impossible to do with current human technology.
Example, interplanetary flight at speeds significantly higher than we could do. Example, mining on the visible side of the moon. Example, large
object entering Earth orbit under thrust.
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