"Dr. Robert Gibbons, former scientist with NASA, and current Executive Director of the Museum, made this statement. "We recently came across
scientific data that linked Bob's object with the planet Mars.
Isotope abundance ratio tests were performed on Bob's object in May, 1999 in La Jolla, CA and the numbers are virtually the same as obtained from
Martian meteorite samples. The ratio of isotopes of Strontium for the QUE 94201 meteorite found in Antarctica in 1994 was 0.701. The ratio of isotopes
of Strontium for Bob's object was 0.712. The ratio of isotopes of Strontium for the Shergotty meteorite found India in 1865 was 0.723. Bob's object
is right in the middle of two proven Martian meteorites!"
I'd like to see what Bob White has to say about this. It's my understanding that White has been searching for answers for quite some time now, but
seems to hit a road block in every direction. If you have any further links, please post them.
Yes, I even posted in that darn thing! I thought I had seen a thread on ATS about this object, but I don't normally use the search feature. Perhaps
I should! This article was dated a few days ago, so at least it wasn't old material. Thank you for posting that link!
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