posted on Sep, 11 2006 @ 06:34 PM
Good ?s, Z. I've also often wondered about the supposed surgically excised implants. Here's a few more ?s to toss into the pile:
So these are 78% "not of this world"? Says who? the 'surgeon'? Is this person also a physicist? What other pedigrees does this person have -
can we chack them? How does he/she know what material is 'of this world' or not? How was that 78% figure derived? Was an independant lab analysis
done? By whom? Where is the implant now? Can we get it to an independant lab for study? (doubt it). Can we see a few pictures of the implant at
least? (not some grainy BW cell phone snapshot either - more like a close-up hi-res stereomicrophotograph). What is the supposed 22% of known earth
material made of? How do they know? How does the implant relate to other supposed implants - has any comparison been done? What happens to all
these implants once they've been removed? What happens to the patients? Any changes? Any follow-up? Where are they now? By what criteria is the
composition of the impants determined? (e.g., have they been subject to mass chromatogrphs, spectrometers, what? Can we see THOSE test results?
I hate to be the shkepteek here (as my pal Fox Mulder would say, "I want to believe"), but until we see something a bit more substantial than a bad
photo of some bearded, balding, she-doc holding up a small diode/resistor with tweezers - as all the evidence we're entitled to, well - my judgement,
at least, remains reserved.
Good luck, my friends - and keep up the good posts...