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Alien and UFO Research: Alien Implant from Florida Analyzed

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Alien Implant from Florida Analyzed

After investigating RM0799, the possible alien implant from Ontario, the microbiologist became curious as to how this speciment compared with a previous suspected alien implant from an individual in Florida. The Florida specimen was retrieved and re-analyzed using comparable testing techniques. This is the microbiologist's report of the new analysis of the suspected Florida implant and a comparison with the Ontario specimen. Photos and tables are included with the report.

This represents a re-examination of FS895/899 which was originally obtained from Dr. F.S. in Florida in August of 1995 and then returned. It was of interest to re-examine the specimen because of recent data generated from a new object originating from an independent source and obtained from AAER in July of 1999.

Both samples were found to have a relatively high sulfur content, but the equipment (SEM for EDS measurements) used in the analyses of the earlier sample (FS895) [Florida  specimen] was not able to detect the lighter elements (i.e. carbon and oxygen) with the same efficiency that the current equipment will allow. Re-examination of FS895, now designated FS895/899 [Florida specimen],  would allow determination of the relative amounts of sulfur (S), carbon (C), and oxygen for comparison to the RM0799 (or MR-1) specimen [from Ontario].

As shown in the attached EDS scan, carbon and oxygen of FS895/899 [Florida specimen]  are readily resolved. And, comparison to the scan obtained from the MR-1 specimen [Ontario] shows a very strong resemblance. Indeed, the two scans are practically superimposable.

New SEM photographs of FS895/899 [Florida] are also enclosed and show several views of an object that bears some resemblance to MR-1 [Ontario] but they are not identical in appearance (Figs. 1 - 5). Figs. 6 - 9  Considering both objects probably represent only fragments of a larger object, a similar origin cannot be ruled out at this time.

Because cartilage had originally been considered as a possibility in the case of FA895 [Florida], a piece of chicken cartilage was removed from the bone of a grocery store-bought "drumstick" and analyzed by EDS. The enclosed scans of the sample (designated CART-CH and CART-CH2) shows that while the oxygen peak relative to the carbon peak is similar to that of FS895/899 [Florida] and MR-1 [Ontario], the sulfur peak is much smaller -- about the same level as the oxygen peak.

Thus, the relative amount of sulfur in the cartilage sample is only 1/3 to 1/2 that seen from the other specimens. Photographs of the cartilage also show something with a fairly different appearance (Figs. 6 - 9). Additional minor peaks are also seen which were not as evident in the other specimens.

Conclusion:  With respect to the EDS measurements, it appears that FS895/899 [Florida] and MR-1 [Ontario] are almost identical in their carbon, oxygen, and sulfur content. They both probably represent organic substances and have a significantly larger amount of sulfur present in comparison to chicken cartilage.

November 29, 1999

Photographs of the alleged alien implant:

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Photographs of chicken bone cartilage:

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