While searching Dr. Leir's Site for further Evidence(s) relevant to the above posted Implant case, I came across this page, referencing a supposedly
Alien claw. Dr. Leir did extensive testing, and learned this 'claw' was actually a terrestrial mollusk. This 'self-debunking' lends credibility
to his work in my book, and leads me to believe he will report news on the other case as it emerges... The full report is below...
From the Source:
"This organization, working together with scientific groups such as N.I.D.S. and other scientists worldwide has set forth to compile and analyze
physical evidence relating to various areas of Phenomenology. In the course of doing so, we were exposed to the aforementioned case approximately
eight years ago. A& S Research has determined that
this case represents the greatest abundance of physical evidence of any like case on record.
Example of physical evidence yet to undergo examination:
1. Anomalous magnetic or electromagnetic phenomena involving the encounter site.
2. Soil taken from the front yard involving landing traces.
3. Powdery substances covering a wristwatch.
4. Samples of fluorescence taken from the walls of the closet and bedroom.
5. Footprint castings.
6. Anomalous video footage.
Future studies involve:
1. Wound analysis of body marks as well as physiological testing and blood analysis.
2. Analysis of the ambient background involving temperature fluctuations,
-- electromagnetic anomalies, and light and sound affects.
3. Infared photography.
In actuality, the "Claw" is only one portion of this totality currently under investigation. The "Claw" was given priority becaause of the
importance of possibly finding nonterrestial DNA. It is the opinion of A& S Research that the results of this most comprehensive DNA investigation
does not contribute to either the strength or weakness of possible extraterrestrial involvement in the case. It is also our opinion this intensive and
scientific investigation serve as an example of how academic science can be mated with Phenomenology to produce clear cut acceptable results. These
results can then be subjected to the normal peer review processes with publication in scientific literature. It should also serve to illustrate why
the current standard of research in numerous areas of Phenomenology lacks veracity and acceptance. What good does it do to make claims
based on opinion and then publicize them through the media to the general public without subjecting these claims to scientific methodology? We believe
this to be foolish and serving to no one."
Debunking Evidence Source:
The full NIDS report is here:
It turns out that it's just a Mollusk!!!
From the Analysis Report:
"Six separate rounds of subsequent DNA analysis, using different and
sometimes very novel approaches, were carried out to bring this case to a conclusion. It was necessary to invent a new polymerase chain reaction using
novel primers to the most conserved DNA sequences on Earth in order to finally resolve this case. Hence, painstaking DNA analyses and the use of
bioinformatics methodology over a 12 month period by highly qualified teams of experts in three countries was necessary to establish that the
biological specimen found in the house was a mundane terrestrial mollusk."
See Full NIDS Report Link, above...
ATS Thread(s) Pertaining to Evidence:
I tried several searches, including "Claw", "NIDS", "Mysterious Claw", etc., here at ATS, but found nothing on this one...