posted on Dec, 12 2007 @ 02:01 PM
What an interesting find, not only for Mr White, but for us here on ATS too. Thanks, Mike!
As to what it is...who can tell, though my initial reaction was that it has all the hallmarks of something having been petrified, possibly a hitherto
unknown primordial plant. I'm no expert, and therefore have no idea what archaic plant life may look like, but if it turns out to be that, then it
wouldn't surprise me. It would annoy me, however.
Of course, what I want it to be is something completely different!
Oh, pleasepleaseplease let it be alien, purely because of its wonderfully bizarre structure!
Can you imagine what type of ship it may be part of, and what the entire ship might look like, based on that small remnant?
Did I hear anyone mention H.R.Giger?
The question that begs to be asked, in all seriousness, is why this object has not been seen more in the media? If it truly has been proven to be of
nonterrestial origin by reputable laboratories, and exhibits properties that it simply shouldn't be there, then why isn't it, at least, plastered on
the front of the tabloids, just as the Martian metoerite ALH 84001 and its accompanying calcified microbes were?
Is this just another case of something that might just provide strong evidence for an uncomfortable, and ridiculed, subject being ignored by
the mainstream media, because it simply doesn't fit into the "light entertainment" bracket UFOs have been firmly shoved into?