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Gold Chips In Throat Are REAL, Plus Pics!

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posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 04:13 AM
Please visit this thread...
When I viewed your thread, I remembered this posting, and just entered " gold throat" in ATS search-
Perhaps this may be of help.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 04:26 AM

He’s particularly interested in using CVD with metal amido complexes, unusual chemical compounds where nitrogen atoms are bonded directly to metal atoms. Amido complexes are volatile (readily vapourizable at relatively low temperatures), so they can be used to deposit copper, silver or gold films onto surfaces to potentially produce smaller and more intricate microchips than ever before.


This one is made out of copper though but very similar.

When did you last go to your Doctor? Dentist?
The images you posted are great. Did they come from your throat when you gargled? That is the issue here I think.

I would be straight off to get a thorough exam done of my throat but would the Doctor if they didn't want you to know tell you they found something? Or just take it out?

certainly very weird. Is there somewhere you can take them to be analysed?

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 05:02 AM
I have had a sort throat for about a day now to and now i read this!! damn this is wicked hahahaha...i'm gona start gargling now see what happens..

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 06:09 AM
Do you wear jewellery? Do you have any bad habits such as chewing items? You said you have a hobby desk. What hobbies do you practice, dose it involve the use of metal?

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 07:54 AM
It's my opinion that "PrototypeGamma" and "Need Help" are the same poster.


You discover a manufactured gold chip has somehow been present in your digestive tract for an indeterminate period of time. Your first thoughts are not to take the object, along with yourself to the doctor or hospital, or police, but to bring your story to ATS because you recall a thread about the same thing from 2 years ago.


Am I the only one who sees the striking similarity in the writing styles of "PrototypeGamma" and "Need Help" and the narrative structure of the two "stories"?

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 08:26 AM
This is really very interesting. I don't know what to think yet. If you start coughing up diamonds though, lemme know asap.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 08:32 AM
Bloody hell, that's scary. You really need to have that checked out by a doctor. If he can't find anything, you really need to be careful because you don't know where this stuff is coming from. Finally , sell'em on eBay

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 08:41 AM

Originally posted by PrototypeGamma
Here we go people, I posted them to photobucket so you can see them at the original resolution of 5 MP. I may downscale them later to show them directly on the thread, unless you guys wanna do it for me!

I apologize for the blurriness on the zoom-ups, I had to improvise a rigged zoom lens, it was crazy.

DOH! I didn't realize photobucket scaled the pics down.

[edit on 13-8-2007 by PrototypeGamma]

Yeh I coughed up something that looked exactly like that a few years ago, I put it somewhere safe and lost it though. I never thought of it as anything sinister, either, I thought of it as a goldschlager remnant or packaging of some sort that id accidentally ingested.

In fact it was identical to those, because it had the same shape and ridges. I seriously doubt its a chip or anything, probably just a common fault in the manufacturing process of some products or something. Or something else we havent thought of, its just a simple piece of metal with ridges in it at the end of the day, and if they were chips, why would u guys have had more than one in you, surely one would be enough. I think you need to think more along the lines of non conspiracy on this one.

[edit on 13-8-2007 by mrmanuva]

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 08:42 AM
hm , perhaps just something had gotten into your meal?
I had once a kind of tiny sharp metal splinter in my chop suey, you know..
perhaps its not really gold but nickel?

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 09:10 AM
That old thread is what prompted me to start posting on ATS.

The OP in that thread was very genuine in her desire to solve her dilemma and even began a blog about it asking for help.

I don't know what to think here! This is certainly like a flashback to that thread. I would urge those that are not familiar with "needs help" to go back and read her thread and blog (if still up) before jumping to any conclusions here.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 09:42 AM
Thermo-electric diode?

Power Generation/Conversion Chip
Eneco Group

A thermo-electric conversion system is a long-life, small, lightweight, and easy-to-maintain system that can convert thermal energy directly into electrical energy, thereby contributing to the effective utilization of small-scale and dispersed exhaust heat.

Dimensions (mm):
Cold side: 0.72 X 0.72
Hot side: 1.47 X 0.72
Thickness: 0.45

Google search: Peltier, thermoelectric, brass arsenic, thermo diode

Not sure... but...

I am,

Sri Oracle

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 10:04 AM
Looks to me to be some sort of very minute heatsink like - - but really really tiny.

Notice that the one is slightly cracked on the one edge, and both have a very tiny sloped groove and a hole in at the one corner, which is odd. I first thought they were swarf, but looking up brass swarf it generally comes out as shavings or spirals, so these are definitely machined, but that is some precision. I don't think anyone would actively ingest something like that, so that's quite an odd coincidence.

Not that I don't believe you or anything, but can a mod check that this isn't the same person as the other post on a different account please, just to verify that this has happened to two seperate people.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 10:22 AM

Originally posted by ejsaunders
Not that I don't believe you or anything, but can a mod check that this isn't the same person as the other post on a different account please, just to verify that this has happened to two seperate people.

Again... not to discount... but an expert opinion on CGI with regard to the posted photos would help eliminate potential "hoax" issues as well.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 10:26 AM
Oh, hold on, I have a friend who's all interested in RFID I just sent the link to and he thinks it might either be a brassed ferrite suppressor or the antenna for an old RFID chip.

Personally, I'm still going for teeny heatsink.


posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 10:31 AM
I like the photo above of a thermal electric diode, maybe send a photograph of yours to a technician at that company and ask them, ask them what they have inside them (if anything) ask what test you could do to see if it something like that.

Re: the other thread, I have just read 20 pages of that thread and I really do not reccomend anyone to waste their time reading it. Most of the thread is made up of either in-fighting and cat fights between various people. and light humour banter without progressing very far. Very few posts were actually constructive. I have stopped on page 20, I have 6 more pages to go (started so might aswell finish).

The OP of that thread walked out (and I don't blame her) she was generous enough to leave this link to an updated blog, I have not read this blog yet, but I would suggest you will find reading this blog far more productive than reading that thread.

Link to gold chip blog

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 10:38 AM
I remember her getting fed up and leaving the thread. They were just going at her tooth and nail.

A classic example of how people can go overboard and nothing gets resolved.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 10:53 AM

Again... not to discount... but an expert opinion on CGI with regard to the posted photos would help eliminate potential "hoax" issues as well.

calling the CGI experts?

heres another thread that will fall off the face of the earth due to CGI disputes. look at that, just the word CGI has been uttered and ive already lost interest. bye now.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 11:02 AM
Wow, that's freaky. I might start gargling to see if something goes out =/

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 11:12 AM
Peltiers are generally made of two dissimilar metals that exchange heat, they're used as well as a heatsink generally to increase the thermal exchange - some people use them for cooling computer chips to 0 degrees, but that's a rather tiny peltier, how would they have machined the two metals and assembled it in such a small package. I'm still thinking its just a very tiny plain old heatsink that is perhaps from something like a mobile phone.

posted on Aug, 13 2007 @ 11:16 AM
This sounds interesting, but I would like to know how all are related? Do either people coughing these things out work in a common industry or live similar outstanding conditions. Is there a common diet?

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