Texas Chemtrail Samples Compared To Samples From Venice Italy

Texas Chemtrail Samples Compared To Samples From Venice Italy

Dr. Hildegarde Staninger RIET-1
©Copyright 2007 Hildegarde Staninger
11-27-7

Special Thank You to Dr. Luca Zamengo, independent researcher and chemist, Venice, Italy for supplying his report and sampling results to be utilized in this comparative paper.SPECIAL NOTES:Chemtrail Samples Texas & Moregllon’s Samples Collected byDr. Hildegarde Staninger RIET-1Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative MedicineOriginally Reported in Phase II Samples from January 8, 2007 results Received March 20, 2007 PROJECT FMM- Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1

Morgellon’s Special # 7 ­ Project FMM

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Texas Chemtrail Samples
Compared To Samples
From Venice Italy
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger RIET-1
©Copyright 2007 Hildegarde Staninger
11-27-7

Special Thank You to Dr. Luca Zamengo, independent researcher and chemist, Venice, Italy for supplying his report and sampling results to be utilized in this comparative paper.

SPECIAL NOTES:

Chemtrail Samples Texas & Moregllon’s Samples Collected by

Dr. Hildegarde Staninger RIET-1
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine

Originally Reported in Phase II Samples from January 8, 2007 results Received March 20, 2007 PROJECT FMM- Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1

Morgellon’s Special # 7 Project FMM
http://www.rense.com/morgphase/phase2_1.htm

Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., Applied Consumer Services, Inc., MIT-Woods Hole, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.

Filament Deposition Near Venice, Italy

Samples Collected by Dr. Luca Zamengo, November 10, 2007
( Dr. Luca Zamengo utilized the laboratory facilities of the University of Venice Italy )

Quote
There are two possible outcomes. If the result confirms the hypothesis then you’ve made a measurement. If the result is contrary to the hypothesis, then you made a discovery. –
Enrico Fermi

INTRODUCTION

Phase II of Project FMM consisted of a second batch of unknown suspect fibers (Chemtrail samples from Texas) that were sent to Dr. Hildegarde Staninger and forwarded to the appropriate laboratory for analysis. The laboratory was asked to examine them, study them with ocular microscopy, take photomicrographs, and to determine some physical properties, and to run elemental analysis by Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS). They would also compare their physical properties with those of other fibers such as nano fibers, nanotubes, carbon silicon nano wires, meteoritic particles, Morgellon’s patients’ fibers and carbon-silicon fibers. These findings were reported on March 27, 2 007 and released to the world through internet media (Morgellon’s Special # 7 Project FMM – http://www.rense.com/morgphase/phase2_1.htm )

On November 10, 2007 Dr. Luca Zamengo, former researcher at for the LIFE Asbestos Project chaired by Universita Ca’Foscari, Venezia, Italy forwarded a report on his Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS) of spider web-like filaments. Ocular Microscopy and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) results of wide formations of white-thin filaments, which looked like spider webs that were repeatedly observed as they were deposited (from the air/sky) on the grass and other exposed surfaces in the area of the San Giuliano Park in Mestre-Venice, Italy.1

DISCUSSION with RESULTS

(Project FMM: Phase II Chemtrail Samples & Morgellon’s Patients by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger)

The Chemtrail samples from Texas were a collection of three specimens collected by an individual in Texas. The samples had the appearance of white filamentous spider web material and/or white cotton candy. These specimens were falling from the sky after a Chemtrail spraying in the area. The specimens streamed from the sky like spider webs and landed on the plants, grass and back yard of the individual. A stick was used by the individual to collect the specimens. They were then placed in a plastic zip lock bag and saved for future analysis. The specimens were submitted to Dr. Hildegarde Staninger at Integrative Health International, LLC, Lakewood, CA for analysis under Project FMM.

The fiber samples resembled some of the previously submitted fibers but not the Morgellon’s “Goldenhead” on initial visual observations. The “Goldenhead” shape and nanofiber/wire would play an important role as a reference point for visual standardization and comparative nano compositions. The “Goldenhead” was photographed by Dr. Rahim Karjoo, MD, Pathologist, American Medical Diagnositics Laboratory, Inc., Santa Ana, CA and reported in Project FMM-Phase I).

When comparing the “Goldenhead” shape to the Chemtrail samples from Texas and the Venice, Italy samples the following observations were made by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger.

1. The samples of the fibers do resemble each other in physical ocular microscopy and in SEM Photographs. The measurements are from 1-20 nanometers in or larger in diameter under SEMS observation while the gross sample was in reality a bundle of grouped fibers visible to the naked eye. Figure 1.1 of Chemtrail Sample Texas shows two specific shapes. In the center one sees a tube of “Dragon Shaped Heads” in a chain or belt with a specific bright spot which is in a chain. To the right of the picture one sees a “wolf’s head shaped material/fibers.” These materials were compared to the two Morgellon’s patients who submitted samples “Anna” and “Lily.”

2. “Anna’s” specimen shows a direct nano belt or nano chain of material(s), when looking at it you can see the chain of “Dragon Shaped Heads” in a row. The samples EDS value contained specifically zinc, while other specimens contained silicon. It is believed that the zinc may come from the degradation of the cellular membranes, which contain zinc/copper metals with super oxide dismutase2 (SOD) which is found in the cellular membrane along with 5 other SOD metal dependent SOD molecules. The metals as associated with SOD (function is to protect the cell from neurotoxins) may be replaced with the transition metals found in the Chemtrail samples to create transitional oxides used in nano battery systems within biological systems.

It should be noted that “Anna” experienced urine samples of having an extremely high conductivity of 20-21 value while a non-Morgellon’s patient would have less than “zero” and an individual drinking Excellosphere Water3 would have a conductivity of 1 to 3 values.

It is believed “Anna’s” sample to have been discarding from the skin or deteriorating from the body as it moved horizontally out of the pores of her skin to form a 2 inch by 1/8th inch black fibrous material. The shape and the SEMs picture of the standard “silicon” based nanotube/wire that has the “memory” shape of a hanging tongue were used as a reference point. (See Silicon nanotubes photograph.)4

The EDS data from the Chemtrail sample Texas (three fiber samples) show the presence of six elements: sodium, aluminum, phosphorus, calcium, sulfur, and chlorine, which could be due to natural mineral fibers, but further testing using Raman Technology in Phase III confirmed they were nanotechnology (man-made nano composite materials).

Two of these samples contained silicon, Si. Silicon is second only to oxygen in abundance in Earth’s crust, it never occurs free but is found in almost all rocks and in sand, clay, and soils, combined with oxygen as silica (silicon dioxide, SiO2 or with oxygen and metals as silicate minerals (feldspars, amphiboles, pyroxenes, micas, olivines, feldspathoids, and zeolites). Pure silicon is hard, dark gray solid with a metallic luster and the same crystal structure as a diamond. It is an extremely important semiconductor; doped with boron, phosphorous, or arsenic, it is sued in various electronic circuits and switching devices, including computer chips, transistors, and diodes. Silicon is also used in metallurgy as a reducing agent and in steel, brass, and bronze. Its usual valence in compounds is 4. Silica is used in the form of sand and clay for many purposes; as quartz, it may be heated to form special glasses. Silicates are used in making glass, enamels, and ceramics; sodium silicates (water glass) are used in soaps, wood treatment, cements, and dyeing.5

The difference between silicon and the term silicones is the same as from nature vs. man made.

Silicones (more accurately called polymerized siloxanes or polysiloxanes) are mixed inorganic-organic polymers with the chemical formula [R2SiO]n, where R = organic groups such as methyl, ethyl, and phenyl. These materials consist of an inorganic silicon-oxygen backbone (Si-O-Si-O-Si-O-) with organic side groups attached to the silicon atoms, which are four-coordinate. In some cases organic side groups can be used to link tow or more of these Si-O backbones together. By varying the Si-O- chain lengths, side groups and crosslinking, silicones can be synthesized with a wide variety of properties and compositions. They can vary in consistency from liquid to gel to rubber to hard plastic. The most common siloxane is linear polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS), silicone oil. The second largest group of silicone materials is made from silicone resins, which are formed by branched and caged-like oligosiloxanes.6 A true silicone group with a double bond between oxygen and silicon does not exist in nature; chemists find that the silicon atom forms a single bond with each of the two oxygen atoms, rather than a double bond to a single atom. Polysiloxanes are called “silicone” due to early mistaken assumptions about their structure.7

All EDS data results have carbon and oxygen present for all samples. The carbon and oxygen was taken out of the total percentage composition, so a total percentage of trace elements could be identified. The elements identified were transitional elements. Transitional elements are known for their high magnetism and valence charge. They are used in making electro-magnetic batteries.

Chemtrail Texas Sample 13263-1 (Figure 1) has within its nanotube an outline of a pre-Morgellon’s like structure of a “Dragon Shaped Head” known as “Goldenhead.” Note the extremely high amount of calcium 69.994%, sulfur 1.517%, chlorine 18.129%, potassium 5.559% and iron 4.8% and NO silicon. Note the outline of a “Goldenhead: with distinct features of a muzzle like a wolf’s head at 3 o’clock in the SEM Photograph. SEM is at 1,500 x and scale of 20 microns. (See Figure 1 and Table 1.1)

Sample 13263-2 (no SEM picture). Note the extremely high amount of potassium 30.22%, calcium 12.905%, iron 18.442%, sulfur 11.117%, chlorine 21.567% and silicon 5.767%. A general question one has when comparing the results of EDS data as compared to Sample 13263-1 is that the calcium may be used to make a nano tube, thus when it breaks down by the surrounding bio terrain or obtains the needed additional materials from a biological source or terrain it may be used as a resource of building materials for producing a carbon-silica nanowire from the basic silica wire as seen in pictures of silica nanotubes.

( http://www.rense.com/general78/morgpc.htm Morgellon’s Special # 10)

Sample 13263-3 (no SEM picture). Note the extremely high amount of iron 41.515%, silicon 12.99%, sulfur 8.79%, chlorine 16.40%, potassium 13.406% and calcium 6.885%. If silicon percentage was higher (12.999% as compared to Sample 13263-1 than a more defined carbon-silicon or silicon nanowire may be formed. The high value of iron 41.515%, sulfur, chloride, potassium in the presence of oxygen to form iron oxides and other transitional oxides/ -OH an electro-magnetic continuous electrical cell could be formed which would be commonly known as a “nano battery.” The higher developed pre-Morgellon’s “Goldenhead” would then not need a nanotube would be allowed to move within the body freely, especially under the skin. A paper written by Marcus Mighty, Nano Robot Mechanocapability, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Processes, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale © May 5, 2005

(http://.engr.siu.edu/mech/faculty/hippo/ME465SP05mightlyPaper.doc ) clearly states that the problem with nano robotic devices is that as they pass through the skin they cause excessive bruising, itching and other disturbances . . . . Nano robots, must be mechanically able to withstand interaction with other tissues and cells, but also other Nan robots interacting within the body . . . . Nanorobots used in medical monitoring are made of diamond and diamonoids (if zirconia or liquid zirconia’s melting point 1,500 degrees C and 3,000 degrees C) . . . . with nano robots performing various duties around the body, there would be reasons to consider whether these nano robots would cause irritation around different areas of the body. One irritation that the Nano robot could cause is excessive itching. This could happen around areas such as the ears and the mouth (or other orifices).8

In reviewing the percentage of carbon and oxygen, one can see a distinct comparison of these three samples even from each other. Specimen 12363-1 contained 36.17% carbon and 51.501% oxygen. Specimen 13263-2 contained 48.486% carbon and 39.943% oxygen, while Specimen 13263-3 contained 47.267% carbon and 47.139% oxygen.

Note when carbon is in these ratios and in the presence of transitional elements with oxygen present electro-magnetic cells are made and a reverse micelle reaction could occur due to the interaction of the human cell and the water present outside of the cell (fresh water) and inside the cell salt water. If this is occurring in these specimens once in the body a high conductivity value will be observed in the cell and in urine. Furthermore, the silicon present may be a particle that has already taken form into a specific memory coding as done with special formation of elements utilizing specific reactions within the biological system it is absorbed into itself as a bio active material.

It should be brought out that scientists have efficiently developed a current of spin-polarized electrons from a ferromagnetic metal contact into silicon with Al2O3, producing a large electron spin polarization in the silicon. This demonstration is a key enabling step from developing devices which rely on electron spin rather than electron charge for semiconductor spintronics, and is expected to provide higher performances with lower power consumption and heat dissipation.9

The example being, not only a reverse micelle reaction could form, but it could create the mechanism for creating specific simple carbohydrate plastics within the abdominal cavity of the Morgellons individuals. If the material has a specifically designed mechanism to utilize carbohydrates within the body of the cell and its interstitial cellular space would form a “carbohydrate plastic” commonly known as biodegradable plastic. The elements found when mixed with carbohydrates or polymer-carbohydrates and polymer isocyanates as found in food additive mixtures such as Neotame (alternative to NutraSweet),10 one will experience bloating and swelling of the abdominal area. High amounts of sulfur at a nano level will fool the bile duct into physiologically not working properly, which will enhance abdominal swelling. Further evaluation of the possible mixture of polymer isocyanates and carbamates such as benomyl and its sister compound methomyl should be evaluated due to their strong skin penetration rate and cholinesterase activities along with phthalates.11

Metal phthalocyanines have been developed in nano technology to produce a magnetic switch.

Organic compounds are rarely magnetic, but metal pthalocyanines (MPcs), commonly use blue dye materials, are notable exceptions to this rule. A new report shows that the magnetism of MPcs can be controlled. By changing the crystal structure of an MPcs film, the researchers were able to switch the material from being in a magnetically ordered state to a non-magnetic one. This approach might provide a method for customizing the magnetism of molecular materials, especially in digital object identifier (DOI) spintronics.12 These later compounds may be in a nano level composition of the other plastics found in the two part polyester resin and acrylic resin material as identified by MIT Woods Hole, Mass in Phase III of Project FMM © March 27, 2007.

Dr. Luca Zamengo’s SEM/EDS Results from Venice, Italy

The general description of the white-thin filaments, which look like spider webs as described by Dr. Zamengo in his report entitled, “Preliminary Characterization of Filament Deposition Near Venice” dated November 10, 2007 does appear to match the description of Chemtrail Samples from Texas as described by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger. In this weeks issue of MRS Website- Materials News scientists have identified the genes, and determined the DNA sequences for two key proteins in the “dragline silk” of the black widow spider an advance that may lead to a variety of new materials for industrial, medical and military uses. The black widow spider’s dragline silk is a standout compared to other spider silks because of its superior strength and extensibility, a combination which enables black widow dragline silk to absorb enormous amounts of energy. These properties suggest that synthetically produced silk might find application as diverse as lightweight super-strong body armor, components of medical devices and high-tech athletic attire.13 The Chemtrail Samples from neither Texas nor Dr. Zamengo’s samples have been analyzed for the proteins of any genetically engineered black widow spider protein (plasmid) as originally described in technologies such as BioSTEEL.14

The Energy Dispersion Spectroscopy (EDS) results for the Chemtrail Samples from Texas, Morgellon’s patients and the Venice, Italy samples of Dr. Zamengo’s results MATCH. Carbon, oxygen, aluminum, calcium, sodium and iron were found. Silicon containing particles were in the specimen as “dots.” The “dots” were also found in the Chemtrail Samples from Texas (2 out of 3 samples) and in the Morgellon’s patients (3 out of 4 samples). Silicon was determined by Raman

Microscope (FTDR) to be 33.75% in samples analyzed by Lambda Solutions, Inc., Boston, Mass.

Further observation showed that all samples were composed of filamentous fibers very similar to what one would see or describe as fiber bundles in a fiber optic system. The filamentous fibers were not present in the Morgellon’s specimens of “Anna” or “Lily.” When looking at Table 1.1 and Table 2.1, one can see that specific elements are missing vs. having a higher value as compared to the Chemtrail Texas Samples. The comparison of these elements is very important to the four sets of data (Chemtrail Texas; Morgellon’s Anna, Morgellon’s Lily and Venice samples) because they illustrate the exchange of elements within the biological system vs. “virgin” Chemtrail Samples from Texas. In addition, it must be pointed out that Dr. Zamengo’s samples were collected from live plant life (park grass), which may have the nano materials within their cellular matrix.

In Anna’s sample LN 13354-1A sodium, silicon, phosphorous, and potassium were missing, but aluminum was present as it was present in Dr. Zamengo’s data. (See Dr. Zamengo’s Report and SEM and Ocular Microscope photographs.)15 These metals are the specific metals described earlier in this paper, which referenced nano efficient electrical spin injection into silicon demonstrations utilizing Fe, Al2O3 with n-Si.16 The SEM and Ocular Microscope photographs are very similar to nano technology developed by Oklahoma State University (OSU). Scientist at OSU developed nanowires that are directed electro chemical nanowires that assemble, allows the nanowires diameter to be tunable nanowires for intracellular signaling paths. One would dial up the appropriate frequency on a signal generator connected to the set up’s voltage amplifier the higher the frequency the smaller the diameter of the nanowires.17

Anna’s sample LN13354-1B aluminum, phosphorous, potassium and nickel were missing, but zinc was present which was not present in Dr. Zamengo’s data. The sample from Anna was from a lesion that she has suffered with for seven years (materials sample 2 inches by 1/8th inch) on her thigh. Zinc/copper is found bound to super oxide dismutase (SOD) in the outer cellular membrane. It is used to protect the cell from neurotoxins entering it and react with the organelles or nuclear membrane. The presence of zinc may be the interaction of transitional metals with the same valence charge as zinc.

The elements of aluminum, iron, silicon, nickel and zinc were found in either Anna’s or Lily’s specimens. The valence charge and electro-magnanimity of these elements are extremely high and may cause other reactions from the absorption of these materials directly into the skin or coating the skin, especially if utilized in nano materials such as silica-sol (silicon liquid spheres).

Dr. Zamengo’s data confirmed the presence of aluminum, calcium, sodium, and iron. Dr. Staninger’s Chemtrail Samples from Texas had the presence of sulfur, chloride, potassium, calcium, and iron, with specimen 13263-1 having silicon and 13263-3 having nickel.

Dr. Staninger’s Morgellon’s patients Anna and Lily had sulfur, chloride, calcium and iron. Anna had aluminum and zinc, while Lily had nickel and phosphorous. All specimens contained oxygen and carbon. Again, the presences of silicon with these elements are not found in nature as previously discussed in this paper.

CONCLUSION

The comparison of the Ocular Microscope observations of the Chemtrail Sample Texas and results of samples furnished to Dr. Staninger from Dr. Luca Zamengo do appear to match each other. The longer the sample has been retained, such as the Texas sample vs. Venice, Italy sample before analysis, distinct shapes and fluorescent silicon dots were detected.

It is believed that once the fibrous material interacts with a human biological system via skin absorption, inhalation and ingestion specific elements are expressed as aluminum, zinc, nickel, and potassium and phosphorous. Arsenic was not found in any of the EDS analysis results, but is believed to play some role in the cellular activity of the Morgellon’s patients and in nano technology due to the fact that biological monitoring tests of Dr. Staninger’s in Colorado and in California show urine samples of elements found in the EDS results, but have arsenic present too. Arsenic will bind to PABA and Vitamin C before it can be detected in biological monitoring specimens. Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin that may become expressed as being deficient or not bio active due to being bound in a silica gel matrix as previously illustrated in Project FMM. If carbohydrate biodegradable plastic is forming within the intracellular tissue of the abdominal area or other areas a common degradation product is carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. Carbon monoxide will create Vitamin C deficiencies. Lack of PABA will make the hair turn grey to white prematurely. When one lacks Vitamin C the first thing that happens is the appearance of dark circles under the eyes.18

ALL samples (Texas, Morgellon’s Patient’s and Venice, Italy) contained carbon, oxygen, iron, calcium, and chlorine. All of Dr. Staninger’s samples contained the element sulfur, while Dr. Zamengo’s contained aluminum with silicon particles. Out of a possible total of 13 elements 7 were found in all samples with the same physical description of white spider like webs or white candy. This translates into the Chemtrail Sample Texas and the Venice, Italy Sample contained 7 out of 13 elements, which is over half of the same elements were found in each sample.

The only specimens that did not have the white filamentous fibers were the specimens taken from Anna and Lily. The specimens of Anna and Lily matched the Chemtrail Sample Texas in photographic SEM pictures. (See Figures 1, 2, & 3). The fibrous photographic SEM pictures of

Dr. Zamengo took of specimens from the San Giuliani Park in Mestre Venice, Italy did match the diameters and pictures of the Chemtrail Sample Texas. The specimen of Anna (7 years with Morgellon’s) and Lily (3 years Morgellon’s) appear to be in various stages of development or degradation as the specimens were being pushed out by the body. At initial exposure (7 and 3 years ago) they would have reacted to the bio terrain of the human body, then the body would continually try to expel any foreign matter from itself.

The foreign matter specimen of Anna and Lily did match the Chemtrail Sample Texas specimens’

SEM photographs, while the SEM photograph’s of Dr. Zamengo matched the filaments with the formation of a dot or presence of a dot. The dot may eventually develop into the shape of the “Dragon shaped chain of heads” or the “wolf’s muzzle and head” as previously reported, since each of these samples contained a “dot”, which was identified by Dr. Zamengo in his sample to be silicon.

Dr. Zamengo’s research into the samples that were found in San Giuliani Park showed a direct relationship to Dr. Staninger’s samples with over half being the same elements. These same elements were found in the Morgellon’s patients samples. The results found show a comparison to the samples which came from three distinct locations California, USA, Texas, USA and Venice, Italy thousands of miles apart but contain 7 out of 13 of the same elements with SEM’s illustrating similar structures.

In conclusion, further joint testing and exchange of result between these scientists will prove and illustrate that the particles of silicon and even silica may be a form of silica-sol sphere, which are utilized in nano technology as delivery systems of other materials. A separate study conducted by Dr. Rahim Karjoo and Dr. Staninger will prove the presence of silica, silicon, polyurethane crystals, and other materials from the environment and their affect on human skin. These later results will confirm Dr. Zamengo’s results of silicon on the surface of a biological organism plant (grass) in the San Giuliano Park in Mestre-Venice was from a ChemTrail from the sky.19

Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine

Footnote:
Man-made nano means not made by nature or found in nature.

1. Zamengo, Luca. Preliminary Characterization of Filament Deposition Near Venice. University of Venice, Venice, Italy Mestre-Venzia © November 10, 2007 and © November 25, 2007

2. Staninger, Hildegarde. SOD (Superoxide Dismutase) & Nutritional modulation Against Oxygen Free Radicals. The First Universia ACT & the Second KACT Symosium. Korean Association Clinical Health Technique Medicine. Seoul, Korea © March 27, 2005

( http://www.staningerreport.com/archives.php )

3. Staninger, Hildegarde. The Science of Excellospheres. Dearborn Technologies, Dearborn, Illinois (Technical Section) http://www.excellospheres.com © 2006.

4. Zhong L. Wang, Ruiping P. Gao, James L., Gole, and John D. Stout. Silica nanotubes and nanofiber arrays. Adv. Mater. 2000, 12, No. 24, December 15. page 1938 – 1940.

5. http://concise.britannica.com/ebc/article-9378674/silicon (c) Nov. 17, 2007

6. http://concise.britannica.com/ebc/article-9378672/silicate-mineral (c) Nov. 17, 2007

7.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Silicon page 1 & 4, © November 17, 2007

8.Mighty, Marcus. Nanorobot Mechanocompatibility. Department of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Processes Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

( http://www.engr.siu.edu/mech/faculty/hippo/ME465SP05mightyPaper.doc ) © May 5, 2005.

9. MRS: Materials Research Society the Materials Gateway. http://www.mrs.org/smrs/sec.aspCID=1920&DID=84063 Nano Efficient Electrical Spin Injection into Silicon (Eurekalert) Natural Physics, August 2007.

10. Staninger, Hildegarde. Project FMM: Fiber, Meteroite, and Morgellon’s (Phase I, II & III) http://www.rense.com/morgphase/phase2_1.htm Morgellon’s Special # 7 © Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, March 27, 2007

11. MRS: Materials Research Society the Materials Gateway. IBID. Molecular Thin Films: A New Type of Magnetic Switch, Advanced Materials. Volume 19, Issue 21, 2007, Pages 3618-3622) © November 9, 2007.

12. Sacarello, Hildegarde. Benomyl and Its Human Toxicolgical Aspects. World Safety Organization. Technical Newsletter. Dophian, Missouri © 1993

13. World Intellectual Property Organization. WO/1981/003332)

Production of Lignin-Cellulose R-Carbohydrates. observed November 16, 2007. http://www.wipo.into/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?IA=WO1981%2F03332&D

14. MRS: Materials Research Society the Materials Gateways. IBID. Genetic secrets of black widow spider silk unraveled (Eurekalert). Blueprint for a High-Performance Biomaterial: Full-Length Spider Dragline Silk Genes. PLoS ONE 2(6): e514, doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0000514) © June 13, 2007

15. BioSTEEL . BioSTEEL, Montreal, Ouebec, Canada. http://www.biosteel.com © 2007

16. Zamengo, Luca. IBID . SEM photographs and EDS graphs © Nov. 10, 2007

17. MRS: Materials Research Society the Materials Gateways. IBID Natural Physics, August 2007.

18. MRS: Materials Research Society the Materials Gateways. IBID. Directed electrochemical nanowires assembly allows diameter-tunable nanowires. Nanotechnology 18 365302 © September 4, 2007.

19. Mindell, Earl & William H. Lee. The Vitamin Robbers. Keats Publshing, Inc. New Canaan, Connecticut © 1983 page 1 5.

20. Karjoo, Rahim & Hildegarde Staninger. Toxicological Pathology of Silica, Silicon and Polyurethane Crystals in Human Skin as Observed in Morgellon’s Syndrome. http://www.staningerreport (in progress) © November 23, 2007

TABLE 1.1: Chemtrail fiber samples taken from a field where “white cotton candy” like fibers were falling from the sky after a Chemtrail Aereal Spraying occurred of an area located in Texas, USA. (Original data reported in Project FMM by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1 © March 27, 2007 http://www.rense.com Morgellons’s # 7.) Analysis performed by Applied Consumer Services, Inc., Hialeah Gardens using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) with Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS).
TABLE 2.1: Table of SEM/EDS data illustrating the elemental percent composition of “transitional nano oxides” in Morgellon’s affected individuals (female) “Anna” and “Lily.” Data was taken from Project; FMM conducted by Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1 © March 2007 http://www.resne.com Morgellon’s # 7. Analysis performed by Applied Consumer Services, Inc., Hialeah Gardens, FL using Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) with Energy Dispersive Spectroscopy (EDS).

IMAGE NO. 1 – CHEMTRAIL, TEXAS 13263-1

IMAGE NO. 2 – CHEMTRAILS, TEXAS 13263-2, 23263-2 001

IMAGE NO. 3 – ‘ANNA’ – 13354-1A, 13354-1B 001

IMAGE NO. 4 ‘LILY’ – 13354-3, 13354-10 001

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INDEX
PROJECT FMM – FIBERS, METEORITE & MORGELLONS
Project FMM – Phase IA – Initial Specimen Examination
Project FMM – Phase IB – High Density Polyethlyne Fiber
Project FMM – Phase II – Chemtrail Fallout
Project FMM – Phase IIIA – Morgellons Fibers Tested and Compared
Project FMM – Phase IIIB – Raman; Morgellons & Meteorite
Size Matters – Dr. Hildegarde Staninger

PROJECT FMM Fiber, Meteorite & Morgellons
PHASE IA Initial Examination of Several Dozen Samples
March 29, 2007
PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
Principal Researcher Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, March 27, 2007

INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE IA Samples from Sept. 1, 2006.
Results Received February 5, 2007
Subject Samples of Unknown Fibers Collected form Many Sources and Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Examination, Microscopic Measurements and Spectrographic Analysis of Several Dozen Fibers Sent from IHI, LLC, Lakewood, CA.
INTRODUCTION
Several batches of unknown suspect fibers were sent to the laboratory over a period of several weeks. We were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, determine some physical properties, and run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) and chemical groups by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Also some samples would be analyzed by Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy (FT-Raman).
Laboratory personnel would also compare the fibers with some other nanofibers reported to be carbon-silicon fibers with photoluminescent and other properties.
NOTE: All Samples were compared to the “Goldenhead” as found by Dr. Rahim Karjoo and Dr. Hildegarde Staninger (October 28, 2006) and a fiber that was identified as High Density Polyethylene Fiber (HDPE).
RESULTS
1) Visually a few of the fibers resembled the carbon-silicon fibers previously studied by Integrative Health International, LLC.
2) Close-up photos and photomicrographs (1,000 x) were taken of most samples.
3) Many strange shapes and lumps were seen and some could not be identified.
4) Identification of the photomicrographs were identified to contain a “foreign fiber” or not. These fibers were then selected for further testing and melting points.
5) A FTIR spectrum of one spot on the fiber indicated the presence of high density polyethylene fiber plus a trace of another material (brown gel).
6) EDS and Raman results will be discussed in Phase II and Phase III of this report.
SUMMARY
The fibers identified, gel material, and gel shaped materials had no cellular integrity with no eukaryotic cells. The materials identified in the fibers were of a manufactured nano technology to form a specific structure with an undetermined function. The chemical composition of fibers that had EDS and Raman did not match the chemical composition of the human body nor were they any part of the human body (nails, hair, skin, nerves, etc.).
Special features as identified by Los Angeles County Fire Department, Los Angeles, CA personnel are the following: 1) skin melts or burns at above 165 degrees F; 2) fibers from a human body that do not melt at 1,400 degrees F or above 165 degrees are not made of human cells; and 3) human tissue does not secrete gels nor would they be of known human cellular composition that melt above 300 degrees C (i.e. approximately over 600 degrees F).
All samples that did have a fiber that matched nanotechnology as compared to the original “Goldenhead” was identified as a “Morgellon Like Fiber”: 1) discarded Morgellon Goldenhead; 2) fully formed Morgellon Goldenhead; or 3) deteriorating Morgellon Goldenhead. The structured material/fibers identified were ones that would have properties to self assemble, enlarge, and/or fold/expand. They were identified as nanotechnology (man-made)1 and were not identified in any way to be composed of eukaryotic cells, animal, plant, nor composed of any live biological form. Some specimens had “biological artificial” appearances that are known as artificial life or pseudo-life forms. These types of artificial life forms are known to use DNA/RNA/siRNA or sRNA plasmid templates of viruses, microorganisms, animal/plant proteins and/or enzymes to build the artificial technology structural form at nano level. Furthermore, they are not limited to only these referenced life forms plasmids, enzymes, and/or proteins.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator, IHI, LLC Dept. Research & Dev.
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnotes:
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
Morgellons Photos, Special Program #6, Page Three of Five
http://www.rense.com/general74/morg6-3.htm
L/N 12938/1
(See Phase III B for detail)

VARIETY

L/N 12938/2
12939/2

L/N 12938/3

SLIDE No 12

SEM/EDS Elemental Spectrum
(Image Scanned at 100X missing from online file)
Atomic % Conc
Na Ka 16.145 12.273 wt.%
Al Ka 18.274 16.304
P Ka 18.961 19.420
S Ka 33.403 35.419
Cl Ka 6.098 7.149
Ca Ka 7.120 9.435
100.00 100.000 wt%

L/N 12938/4

(No Data)

L/N 12938/5
CALLUS
Negative for specific fiber configuration.
L/N 12938/6
Morgellons Tissue Samples in Alcohol
New lesion on left breast. Many particles were of gelatinous glowing blood.
Fiber samples including striated strands.

(No data)
L/N 12938/6
Morgellons Tissue Samples in Alcohol
New lesion on left breast. Many particles were of gelatinous glowing blood.
Fiber samples including striated strands. One particle

L/N 12938/7 – PR FRESS (Meteorite) See Phase III B Report for detail
L/N 12938-B1 thru L/N 12938-B10 – Ten more specimens were examined,
photographed and found negative for specific fiber configuration.
PROJECT FMM PHASE I-B
(Fibers, Meteorite & Morgellons)
Phase I – B Identification of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fiber from
“BB” a patient at IntroCell, Pensacola, FL. Specimen collected by a Health Advocate.
Samples From September 1, 2006
….

SAMPLES FROM “BB”, 8-14-06 Caution:
Biohazard Threat. Not sure (if there’s fiber) but it fell off of her leg
L/N 12938A FT-IR Spectral Overlay
L/N 12938-1 (square slides) for comparison

L/N 12938-3 for comparison
PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
PHASE I-B High Density Polyethylene, & Further Analyses
Phase I-B
Principal Researcher: Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, September 1, 2006

INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE I (Part B) Samples from Sept. 1, 2007.
Results Received: February 5, 2007
Subject: Samples of Unknown Fibers Collected form Many Sources and Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Examination, Microscopic Measurements and Spectrographic Analysis of
Several Dozen Fibers Sent from IHI, LLC, Lakewood, CA.
INTRODUCTION
Several batches of unknown suspect fibers were sent to the laboratory over a period of several weeks. We were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, determine some physical properties, and run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) and chemical groups by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Also some samples would be analyzed by Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy (FT-Raman).
Laboratory personnel would also compare the fibers with some other nanofibers reported to be carbon-silicon fibers with photoluminescent and other properties.
NOTE: All Samples were compared to the “Goldenhead” as found by Dr. Rahim Karjoo and Dr. Hildegarde Staninger (October 28, 2006) and a fiber that was identified as High Density Polyethylene Fiber (HDPE).
The following results specifically address the tests performed on the High Density Poly-ethylene (HDPE) fiber from a patient of Dr. Staninger’s whom she consulted with at IntroCell, LLC, Pensacola, FL. The specimen sample was from a piece of skin that fell from “BB’s” foot Sample No. 12938-A. Sample No. 12938-1 and 12938-3 will be addressed for SEM/EDS data.
RESULTS
1) Visually a few of the fibers resembled the carbon-silicon fibers previously studied by Integrative Health International, LLC.
2) Close-up photos and photomicrographs (1,000 x) show the pink fiber to the left of picture of Sample No. 12938-A.
3) A FTIR spectrum of one spot on the fiber indicated the presence of high density polyethylene fiber plus a trace of another material (brown gel). Fiber size 0.8 um and a melting point of 115 degrees C.
4) SEMS/EDS results show various concentrations as stated below
Sample Number 12938, % composition
A 1 3
Element Found “BB” Square Slides JS
Sodium (Na) – 3.510 16.304
Aluminum (Al) – 18.961 19.420
Sulfur (S) – 72.331 35.419
Chloride (Cl) – 12.075 7.149
Ca – 7.120 9.435
Copper (Cu) – 1.990 –
Calcium (Ca) – 0.980 9.435
Phosphorous (P) – – 19.420
Carbon, C yes yes yes
Oxygen (O) yes yes yes
HDPE, fiber yes carbon/silica No
Melting Point, oC 115 None Stated None Stated
SUMMARY
The fibers identified, gel material, and gel shaped materials had no cellular integrity with no eukaryotic cells. The materials identified in the fibers were of a manufactured nano technology to form a specific structure with an undetermined function. The chemical composition of fibers that had EDS and Raman did not match the chemical composition of the human body nor were they any part of the human body (nails, hair, skin, nerves, etc.).
Special features as identified by Los Angeles County Fire Department, Los Angeles, CA personnel are the following 1) skin melts or burns at above 165 degrees F; 2) fibers from a human body that do not melt at 1,400 degrees F or above 165 F degrees are not made of human cells; and 3) human tissue does not secrete gels nor would they be of known human cellular composition that melt above 300 degrees C (i.e. approximately over 600 degrees F).
Sample 12938-A “BB”
The specimen shows carbon and oxygen present with the EDS test. The other elements were to minimal to be detected. The specimen was tested with Raman Test and found to be High Density Polyethylene Fiber (HDPE) with a trace of another compound. The other compounds have not been identified. Its Melting Point is 115 degrees C with a 0.8 um length.
Sample 12938-1 “Square Slides”
The specimen had no calcium present but did have high amount of sulfur with trace copper. It did contain sodium, aluminum, and chloride. These are all used as a battery or catalyst in creating a battery similar to the Edison Cell or Lead Cell. Edison cell type batteries utilize iron, potassium hydroxide, and nickel oxide, while a lead cell type uses
Lead, lead oxide, lead sulfate and hydrogen sulfate. Note copper in this sample. A compound known as chalcopyrite, CuFeS2 is roasted in an air process to create copper sulfate, iron oxide and sulfuric acid. When sand (silicon dioxide, SiO2) is added a low melting point occurs and produces iron silicate. Copper is very oxidative with various stages, but in its cupric copper stage a blue color is obtained when it is contained within 4 to 5 water molecules (CuSO4 . 5H2O. The blue color of this solid is due to the Cu+2 ion hydrated by four of the five water molecules in a surrounding square planner arrangement.
Specimen 12938-3 “JS”
JS has submitted previous samples and did have the “Goldenhead” identified in her samples with a melting point of above 1400 degrees F by Toxicological Pathology studies of Dr. Hildegarde Staninger and Dr. Rahim Karjoo.
Sodium is present with significant aluminum, phosphorous and primarily sulfur. Chloride is present with calcium. Calcium was not present in 12938-1, while copper was present.
Sulfur was 35.419 % in this specimen and 72.331 % in Sample No. 12938-1 (“Square Slides”). All of the transitional elements and other halogens are reactive or establish various valence stages when exposed to water. It is believed that these elements using the bio terrain they are in as their resource for building materials utilize various to develop into various fibers and other artificial nano life forms. It is very important to note any amount of cupric ion is toxic to lower organisms, so it is used to suppress the growth of algae in ponds and fungi and molds on vines. Bordeux mixture used to spray grapes and potatoes is made of copper sulfate and lime.
Calcium carbonate (which has been made into double walled nano tubes with carbon), CaO3, decomposed upon heating to form carbon dioxide gas, CO2 and calcium oxide (lime), CaO: + under a vacuum at 800 degrees F. If not done under a vacuum other compounds can from such as methane, oxygen, carbon dioxide and water. It may be noted that in ALL of the samples (ChemTrail, 12938-A, and -1) any sample with calcium and oxygen may have originally been calcium carbonate and lime. The samples with copper, sulfur, calcium and oxygen may have been similar compounds such as Bordeux mixture but at a nano scale level. These statements are based on the data received and history of a burning glass needle injection feeling by some Morgellon individuals.
A future question would be what is keeping these nano materials at equilibrium and what is their life expectancy under “normal” and “varying” conditions.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator, IHI, LLC Dept. Research & Dev. Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnotes:
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
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Silica Nanotubes Based on Needle-like Calcium Carbonate: Fabrication and Immobilization for Glucose Oxidase, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 46 (2), 459 -463, 2007. 10.1021/ie060935+ S0888-5885(06)00935-3,
http://pubs.acs.org/cgi-bin/abstract.cgi/iecred/2007/46/i02/abs/ie060935+.html
Web Release Date: December 15, 2006, Copyright © 2006 American Chemical Society
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Nanocyl 9000 Series Datasheet,
High Density Polyethylene Nanocomposite Powder
http://www.nanocyl.com/ecommerce/pdf/tech2.pdf

PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
CHEMTRAIL FALLOUT
PHASE II

Principal Researcher Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, March 27, 2007
INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE II Samples from January 8, 2007.
Results Received March 20, 2007
Subject: Three Samples of Unknown Suspect Fibers Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Visual and Microscopic Examination and Spectrographic Analysis of Suspect
Fibers Collected by Integrative Health International, LLC.
INTRODUCTION
Phase II consists of a second batch of unknown suspect fibers were sent to the laboratory. They were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, take photomicrographs, and to determine some physical properties, and to run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS). They would also compare their properties with those of other fibers such as nanofibers, nanotubes, carbon-silicon nanowires, meteroritic particles, Morgellons and carbon-silicon fibers.
RESULTS
1. The samples were a collection of three specimens collected by an individual in Texas. These specimens were falling from the sky after a Chemtrail spraying in the area. The specimens streamed from the sky like spider webs and landed on the plants, grass and back yard of the individual. A stick was used by the individual to collect the specimens. They were then placed in a plastic ziplock bag and saved for future analysis. These specimens were submitted to IHI, LLC for analysis under Project: FMM. The specimens received appeared to be like a clump of 3 white spider webs or white cotton candy. Meteorite fibers findings reported in Phase III of PROJECT: FMM.
2. These fiber samples resemble some of the previously submitted fibers but not the Morgellon’s “Goldenhead”, which we will call a primary reference figure. They do resemble a Morgellon’s “Goldenhead” that is either 1) not fully developed; 2) being discarded or 3) deteriorating. Note the shape and the SEMs picture of the standard silicon based nanotube/wire that has the “memory” shape of a tongue that is bent down/up (due to position of reference).
3. EDS data for the three fiber samples show the presence of six elements: sodium, aluminum, phosphorus, calcium, sulfur and chlorine, which could be due to natural mineral fibers. Further testing by Raman in Phase III shows they were nanotechnology (man-made structures).
4. EDS data does have carbon and oxygen present for all samples. The carbon and oxygen was taken out of the total percent composition so a total percentage of trace elements could be identified. The elements identified were transitional elements. Transitional elements are known for their high magnetism and valence charge. They are used in making electro-magnetic batteries. (Further discussion of batteries in separate document.)
5. Sample 13263-1 has within its nanotube an outline of a pre-Morgellon like structure known as “Goldenhead”. Note the extremely high amount of calcium 69.994%, sulfur
1.517 %, chlorine 18.129%, potassium 5.559% and iron 4.801%, and NO silica. Note the outline of a “Goldenhead” with distinct features of a muzzle like a wolf at 3 o’clock. SEM is at 1,500x and scale of 20 microns.
6. Sample 13263-2 (no SEM picture). Note the extremely high amount of potassium 30.222%, calcium 12.905%, iron 18.442%, sulfur 11.117%, chlorine 21.567% and silica 5.767%. A general question of these EDS data as compared to Sample 13263-1 is that the calcium makes the nanotube, thus when it breaks down by the surrounding bio terrain, it will produce a carbon-silica nanowire or a silica wire.
7. Sample 13263-3 (no SEM picture). Note the extremely high amount of iron 41.515%, silica 12.999, sulfur 8.791%, chlorine 16.403%, potassium 13.406% and calcium 6.885%. If silica percentage rising 12.999% as compared to Sample 13263-1 then a more defined carbon-silica or silica wire is being formed. The high value of iron 41.515%, sulfur, chloride, potassium in the presence of oxygen to form iron oxides and other transitional oxides/ -OH an electro-magnetic continuous electrical cell could be formed which would be commonly known as a “battery”. The higher developed pre Morgellons “Goldenhead” would then not need a nanotube but would be allowed to move within the body freely, especially under the skin. A paper written by Marcus Mighty, Nanorobot Mechanocompatibility, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Processes, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale © May 5, 2005:
( http://www.engr.siu.edu/mech/faculty/hippo/ME465SP05mightyPaper.doc) clearly states that the problem with nanorobotic devices is that as they pass through the skin they cause excessive bruising, itching and other disturbances. . . . Nanorobots must be mechanically able to withstand interaction not only with other tissues and cells, but also other nanorobots interacting within the body. . . . Nanorobots used in medical monitoring are made of diamond and diamonoids (if zirconia or liquid zirconia melting point 1,500 degrees C to 3,000 degrees C). . . . . With nanorobots performing various duties around the body, there would be reasons to consider whether these nanorobots would cause irritation around different areas of the body. One irritation that the nanorobot could cause is excessive itching. This could happen around areas such as the ears or the mouth (or other orifices).
8. Specimen 13263-1 contained 36.167 % Carbon and 51.501 % Oxygen.
Specimen 13263-2 contained 48.486 % Carbon and 39.943 % Oxygen.
Specimen 13263-3 contained 47.267 % Carbon and 47.139 % Oxygen.
Note when carbon is in these ratios and in the present of transitional elements with oxygen present electro-magnetic cells are made and a reverse micelle reaction could occur due to the interaction of the human cell and the water present outside a cell (fresh) inside the cell (salt) water. If this is occurring in these specimens once in the body a high conductivity value will be observed.
SUMMATION:
The specimens were collected and submitted to IHI, LLC by an individual in Texas. The SEM images resemble a Morgellon like “Goldenhead” within a nanotube. These three specimens were from fiber particulate fall out after a Chemtrail spraying. These materials once on the ground surface may be broken up into smaller pieces which may be classified as nano arrays, if each section functions as an individual unit. These nano materials can self-assemble, replicate and enlarge.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator Project: FMM
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnote:
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
Texas Respondent, Chemtrail Droppings
Summer, 2006 (specifics on file)

L/N 13263-1
FIBER 1

L/N 13263/2
FIBER 2

L/N 13263/3
FIBER 3

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Texas Chemtrails page 3 Morgellons Special #7

Morgellons Special #7
Material compiled by
©2007 Project FMM Research Team
3-29-7
INDEX
PROJECT FMM – FIBERS, METEORITE & MORGELLONS
Project FMM – Phase IA – Initial Specimen Examination
Project FMM – Phase IB – High Density Polyethlyne Fiber
Project FMM – Phase II – Chemtrail Fallout
Project FMM – Phase IIIA – Morgellons Fibers Tested and Compared
Project FMM – Phase IIIB – Raman; Morgellons & Meteorite
Size Matters – Dr. Hildegarde Staninger

PROJECT FMM Fiber, Meteorite & Morgellons
PHASE IA Initial Examination of Several Dozen Samples
March 29, 2007
PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
Principal Researcher Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, March 27, 2007

INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE IA Samples from Sept. 1, 2006.
Results Received February 5, 2007
Subject Samples of Unknown Fibers Collected form Many Sources and Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Examination, Microscopic Measurements and Spectrographic Analysis of Several Dozen Fibers Sent from IHI, LLC, Lakewood, CA.
INTRODUCTION
Several batches of unknown suspect fibers were sent to the laboratory over a period of several weeks. We were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, determine some physical properties, and run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) and chemical groups by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Also some samples would be analyzed by Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy (FT-Raman).
Laboratory personnel would also compare the fibers with some other nanofibers reported to be carbon-silicon fibers with photoluminescent and other properties.
NOTE: All Samples were compared to the “Goldenhead” as found by Dr. Rahim Karjoo and Dr. Hildegarde Staninger (October 28, 2006) and a fiber that was identified as High Density Polyethylene Fiber (HDPE).
RESULTS
1) Visually a few of the fibers resembled the carbon-silicon fibers previously studied by Integrative Health International, LLC.
2) Close-up photos and photomicrographs (1,000 x) were taken of most samples.
3) Many strange shapes and lumps were seen and some could not be identified.
4) Identification of the photomicrographs were identified to contain a “foreign fiber” or not. These fibers were then selected for further testing and melting points.
5) A FTIR spectrum of one spot on the fiber indicated the presence of high density polyethylene fiber plus a trace of another material (brown gel).
6) EDS and Raman results will be discussed in Phase II and Phase III of this report.
SUMMARY
The fibers identified, gel material, and gel shaped materials had no cellular integrity with no eukaryotic cells. The materials identified in the fibers were of a manufactured nano technology to form a specific structure with an undetermined function. The chemical composition of fibers that had EDS and Raman did not match the chemical composition of the human body nor were they any part of the human body (nails, hair, skin, nerves, etc.).
Special features as identified by Los Angeles County Fire Department, Los Angeles, CA personnel are the following: 1) skin melts or burns at above 165 degrees F; 2) fibers from a human body that do not melt at 1,400 degrees F or above 165 degrees are not made of human cells; and 3) human tissue does not secrete gels nor would they be of known human cellular composition that melt above 300 degrees C (i.e. approximately over 600 degrees F).
All samples that did have a fiber that matched nanotechnology as compared to the original “Goldenhead” was identified as a “Morgellon Like Fiber”: 1) discarded Morgellon Goldenhead; 2) fully formed Morgellon Goldenhead; or 3) deteriorating Morgellon Goldenhead. The structured material/fibers identified were ones that would have properties to self assemble, enlarge, and/or fold/expand. They were identified as nanotechnology (man-made)1 and were not identified in any way to be composed of eukaryotic cells, animal, plant, nor composed of any live biological form. Some specimens had “biological artificial” appearances that are known as artificial life or pseudo-life forms. These types of artificial life forms are known to use DNA/RNA/siRNA or sRNA plasmid templates of viruses, microorganisms, animal/plant proteins and/or enzymes to build the artificial technology structural form at nano level. Furthermore, they are not limited to only these referenced life forms plasmids, enzymes, and/or proteins.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator, IHI, LLC Dept. Research & Dev.
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnotes:
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
Morgellons Photos, Special Program #6, Page Three of Five
http://www.rense.com/general74/morg6-3.htm
L/N 12938/1
(See Phase III B for detail)

VARIETY

L/N 12938/2
12939/2

L/N 12938/3

SLIDE No 12

SEM/EDS Elemental Spectrum
(Image Scanned at 100X missing from online file)
Atomic % Conc
Na Ka 16.145 12.273 wt.%
Al Ka 18.274 16.304
P Ka 18.961 19.420
S Ka 33.403 35.419
Cl Ka 6.098 7.149
Ca Ka 7.120 9.435
100.00 100.000 wt%

L/N 12938/4

(No Data)

L/N 12938/5
CALLUS
Negative for specific fiber configuration.
L/N 12938/6
Morgellons Tissue Samples in Alcohol
New lesion on left breast. Many particles were of gelatinous glowing blood.
Fiber samples including striated strands.

(No data)
L/N 12938/6
Morgellons Tissue Samples in Alcohol
New lesion on left breast. Many particles were of gelatinous glowing blood.
Fiber samples including striated strands. One particle

L/N 12938/7 – PR FRESS (Meteorite) See Phase III B Report for detail
L/N 12938-B1 thru L/N 12938-B10 – Ten more specimens were examined,
photographed and found negative for specific fiber configuration.
PROJECT FMM PHASE I-B
(Fibers, Meteorite & Morgellons)
Phase I – B Identification of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) Fiber from
“BB” a patient at IntroCell, Pensacola, FL. Specimen collected by a Health Advocate.
Samples From September 1, 2006
….

SAMPLES FROM “BB”, 8-14-06 Caution:
Biohazard Threat. Not sure (if there’s fiber) but it fell off of her leg
L/N 12938A FT-IR Spectral Overlay
L/N 12938-1 (square slides) for comparison

L/N 12938-3 for comparison
PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
PHASE I-B High Density Polyethylene, & Further Analyses
Phase I-B
Principal Researcher: Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, September 1, 2006

INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE I (Part B) Samples from Sept. 1, 2007.
Results Received: February 5, 2007
Subject: Samples of Unknown Fibers Collected form Many Sources and Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Examination, Microscopic Measurements and Spectrographic Analysis of
Several Dozen Fibers Sent from IHI, LLC, Lakewood, CA.
INTRODUCTION
Several batches of unknown suspect fibers were sent to the laboratory over a period of several weeks. We were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, determine some physical properties, and run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS) and chemical groups by Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). Also some samples would be analyzed by Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy (FT-Raman).
Laboratory personnel would also compare the fibers with some other nanofibers reported to be carbon-silicon fibers with photoluminescent and other properties.
NOTE: All Samples were compared to the “Goldenhead” as found by Dr. Rahim Karjoo and Dr. Hildegarde Staninger (October 28, 2006) and a fiber that was identified as High Density Polyethylene Fiber (HDPE).
The following results specifically address the tests performed on the High Density Poly-ethylene (HDPE) fiber from a patient of Dr. Staninger’s whom she consulted with at IntroCell, LLC, Pensacola, FL. The specimen sample was from a piece of skin that fell from “BB’s” foot Sample No. 12938-A. Sample No. 12938-1 and 12938-3 will be addressed for SEM/EDS data.
RESULTS
1) Visually a few of the fibers resembled the carbon-silicon fibers previously studied by Integrative Health International, LLC.
2) Close-up photos and photomicrographs (1,000 x) show the pink fiber to the left of picture of Sample No. 12938-A.
3) A FTIR spectrum of one spot on the fiber indicated the presence of high density polyethylene fiber plus a trace of another material (brown gel). Fiber size 0.8 um and a melting point of 115 degrees C.
4) SEMS/EDS results show various concentrations as stated below
Sample Number 12938, % composition
A 1 3
Element Found “BB” Square Slides JS
Sodium (Na) – 3.510 16.304
Aluminum (Al) – 18.961 19.420
Sulfur (S) – 72.331 35.419
Chloride (Cl) – 12.075 7.149
Ca – 7.120 9.435
Copper (Cu) – 1.990 –
Calcium (Ca) – 0.980 9.435
Phosphorous (P) – – 19.420
Carbon, C yes yes yes
Oxygen (O) yes yes yes
HDPE, fiber yes carbon/silica No
Melting Point, oC 115 None Stated None Stated
SUMMARY
The fibers identified, gel material, and gel shaped materials had no cellular integrity with no eukaryotic cells. The materials identified in the fibers were of a manufactured nano technology to form a specific structure with an undetermined function. The chemical composition of fibers that had EDS and Raman did not match the chemical composition of the human body nor were they any part of the human body (nails, hair, skin, nerves, etc.).
Special features as identified by Los Angeles County Fire Department, Los Angeles, CA personnel are the following 1) skin melts or burns at above 165 degrees F; 2) fibers from a human body that do not melt at 1,400 degrees F or above 165 F degrees are not made of human cells; and 3) human tissue does not secrete gels nor would they be of known human cellular composition that melt above 300 degrees C (i.e. approximately over 600 degrees F).
Sample 12938-A “BB”
The specimen shows carbon and oxygen present with the EDS test. The other elements were to minimal to be detected. The specimen was tested with Raman Test and found to be High Density Polyethylene Fiber (HDPE) with a trace of another compound. The other compounds have not been identified. Its Melting Point is 115 degrees C with a 0.8 um length.
Sample 12938-1 “Square Slides”
The specimen had no calcium present but did have high amount of sulfur with trace copper. It did contain sodium, aluminum, and chloride. These are all used as a battery or catalyst in creating a battery similar to the Edison Cell or Lead Cell. Edison cell type batteries utilize iron, potassium hydroxide, and nickel oxide, while a lead cell type uses
Lead, lead oxide, lead sulfate and hydrogen sulfate. Note copper in this sample. A compound known as chalcopyrite, CuFeS2 is roasted in an air process to create copper sulfate, iron oxide and sulfuric acid. When sand (silicon dioxide, SiO2) is added a low melting point occurs and produces iron silicate. Copper is very oxidative with various stages, but in its cupric copper stage a blue color is obtained when it is contained within 4 to 5 water molecules (CuSO4 . 5H2O. The blue color of this solid is due to the Cu+2 ion hydrated by four of the five water molecules in a surrounding square planner arrangement.
Specimen 12938-3 “JS”
JS has submitted previous samples and did have the “Goldenhead” identified in her samples with a melting point of above 1400 degrees F by Toxicological Pathology studies of Dr. Hildegarde Staninger and Dr. Rahim Karjoo.
Sodium is present with significant aluminum, phosphorous and primarily sulfur. Chloride is present with calcium. Calcium was not present in 12938-1, while copper was present.
Sulfur was 35.419 % in this specimen and 72.331 % in Sample No. 12938-1 (“Square Slides”). All of the transitional elements and other halogens are reactive or establish various valence stages when exposed to water. It is believed that these elements using the bio terrain they are in as their resource for building materials utilize various to develop into various fibers and other artificial nano life forms. It is very important to note any amount of cupric ion is toxic to lower organisms, so it is used to suppress the growth of algae in ponds and fungi and molds on vines. Bordeux mixture used to spray grapes and potatoes is made of copper sulfate and lime.
Calcium carbonate (which has been made into double walled nano tubes with carbon), CaO3, decomposed upon heating to form carbon dioxide gas, CO2 and calcium oxide (lime), CaO: + under a vacuum at 800 degrees F. If not done under a vacuum other compounds can from such as methane, oxygen, carbon dioxide and water. It may be noted that in ALL of the samples (ChemTrail, 12938-A, and -1) any sample with calcium and oxygen may have originally been calcium carbonate and lime. The samples with copper, sulfur, calcium and oxygen may have been similar compounds such as Bordeux mixture but at a nano scale level. These statements are based on the data received and history of a burning glass needle injection feeling by some Morgellon individuals.
A future question would be what is keeping these nano materials at equilibrium and what is their life expectancy under “normal” and “varying” conditions.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator, IHI, LLC Dept. Research & Dev. Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnotes:
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
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Silica Nanotubes Based on Needle-like Calcium Carbonate: Fabrication and Immobilization for Glucose Oxidase, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 46 (2), 459 -463, 2007. 10.1021/ie060935+ S0888-5885(06)00935-3,
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Web Release Date: December 15, 2006, Copyright © 2006 American Chemical Society
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High Density Polyethylene Nanocomposite Powder
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PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
CHEMTRAIL FALLOUT
PHASE II

Principal Researcher Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, March 27, 2007
INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE II Samples from January 8, 2007.
Results Received March 20, 2007
Subject: Three Samples of Unknown Suspect Fibers Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Visual and Microscopic Examination and Spectrographic Analysis of Suspect
Fibers Collected by Integrative Health International, LLC.
INTRODUCTION
Phase II consists of a second batch of unknown suspect fibers were sent to the laboratory. They were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, take photomicrographs, and to determine some physical properties, and to run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS). They would also compare their properties with those of other fibers such as nanofibers, nanotubes, carbon-silicon nanowires, meteroritic particles, Morgellons and carbon-silicon fibers.
RESULTS
1. The samples were a collection of three specimens collected by an individual in Texas. These specimens were falling from the sky after a Chemtrail spraying in the area. The specimens streamed from the sky like spider webs and landed on the plants, grass and back yard of the individual. A stick was used by the individual to collect the specimens. They were then placed in a plastic ziplock bag and saved for future analysis. These specimens were submitted to IHI, LLC for analysis under Project: FMM. The specimens received appeared to be like a clump of 3 white spider webs or white cotton candy. Meteorite fibers findings reported in Phase III of PROJECT: FMM.
2. These fiber samples resemble some of the previously submitted fibers but not the Morgellon’s “Goldenhead”, which we will call a primary reference figure. They do resemble a Morgellon’s “Goldenhead” that is either 1) not fully developed; 2) being discarded or 3) deteriorating. Note the shape and the SEMs picture of the standard silicon based nanotube/wire that has the “memory” shape of a tongue that is bent down/up (due to position of reference).
3. EDS data for the three fiber samples show the presence of six elements: sodium, aluminum, phosphorus, calcium, sulfur and chlorine, which could be due to natural mineral fibers. Further testing by Raman in Phase III shows they were nanotechnology (man-made structures).
4. EDS data does have carbon and oxygen present for all samples. The carbon and oxygen was taken out of the total percent composition so a total percentage of trace elements could be identified. The elements identified were transitional elements. Transitional elements are known for their high magnetism and valence charge. They are used in making electro-magnetic batteries. (Further discussion of batteries in separate document.)
5. Sample 13263-1 has within its nanotube an outline of a pre-Morgellon like structure known as “Goldenhead”. Note the extremely high amount of calcium 69.994%, sulfur
1.517 %, chlorine 18.129%, potassium 5.559% and iron 4.801%, and NO silica. Note the outline of a “Goldenhead” with distinct features of a muzzle like a wolf at 3 o’clock. SEM is at 1,500x and scale of 20 microns.
6. Sample 13263-2 (no SEM picture). Note the extremely high amount of potassium 30.222%, calcium 12.905%, iron 18.442%, sulfur 11.117%, chlorine 21.567% and silica 5.767%. A general question of these EDS data as compared to Sample 13263-1 is that the calcium makes the nanotube, thus when it breaks down by the surrounding bio terrain, it will produce a carbon-silica nanowire or a silica wire.
7. Sample 13263-3 (no SEM picture). Note the extremely high amount of iron 41.515%, silica 12.999, sulfur 8.791%, chlorine 16.403%, potassium 13.406% and calcium 6.885%. If silica percentage rising 12.999% as compared to Sample 13263-1 then a more defined carbon-silica or silica wire is being formed. The high value of iron 41.515%, sulfur, chloride, potassium in the presence of oxygen to form iron oxides and other transitional oxides/ -OH an electro-magnetic continuous electrical cell could be formed which would be commonly known as a “battery”. The higher developed pre Morgellons “Goldenhead” would then not need a nanotube but would be allowed to move within the body freely, especially under the skin. A paper written by Marcus Mighty, Nanorobot Mechanocompatibility, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Energy Processes, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale © May 5, 2005:
( http://www.engr.siu.edu/mech/faculty/hippo/ME465SP05mightyPaper.doc) clearly states that the problem with nanorobotic devices is that as they pass through the skin they cause excessive bruising, itching and other disturbances. . . . Nanorobots must be mechanically able to withstand interaction not only with other tissues and cells, but also other nanorobots interacting within the body. . . . Nanorobots used in medical monitoring are made of diamond and diamonoids (if zirconia or liquid zirconia melting point 1,500 degrees C to 3,000 degrees C). . . . . With nanorobots performing various duties around the body, there would be reasons to consider whether these nanorobots would cause irritation around different areas of the body. One irritation that the nanorobot could cause is excessive itching. This could happen around areas such as the ears or the mouth (or other orifices).
8. Specimen 13263-1 contained 36.167 % Carbon and 51.501 % Oxygen.
Specimen 13263-2 contained 48.486 % Carbon and 39.943 % Oxygen.
Specimen 13263-3 contained 47.267 % Carbon and 47.139 % Oxygen.
Note when carbon is in these ratios and in the present of transitional elements with oxygen present electro-magnetic cells are made and a reverse micelle reaction could occur due to the interaction of the human cell and the water present outside a cell (fresh) inside the cell (salt) water. If this is occurring in these specimens once in the body a high conductivity value will be observed.
SUMMATION:
The specimens were collected and submitted to IHI, LLC by an individual in Texas. The SEM images resemble a Morgellon like “Goldenhead” within a nanotube. These three specimens were from fiber particulate fall out after a Chemtrail spraying. These materials once on the ground surface may be broken up into smaller pieces which may be classified as nano arrays, if each section functions as an individual unit. These nano materials can self-assemble, replicate and enlarge.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator Project: FMM
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnote:
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
Texas Respondent, Chemtrail Droppings
Summer, 2006 (specifics on file)

L/N 13263-1
FIBER 1

L/N 13263/2
FIBER 2

L/N 13263/3
FIBER 3
“Goldenhead”
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PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
PHASE IIIA – Morgellons Fibers Tested and Compared
Principal Researcher Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, March 27, 2007
INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE III-A Samples from Jan/Feb 2007.
Results Received: March 20, 2007
Subject: Fourteen Samples of Unknown Suspect Fibers Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Visual and Microscopic Examination and Spectrographic Analysis of Suspect
Morgellon Fibers Collected by Integrative Health International, LLC.
INTRODUCTION
The laboratory received a third batch of suspect Morgellon fibers associated with skin problems (and other health problems) in individuals. They were asked to examine them, study them microscopically, take photomicrographs, to determine some physical properties, and to run elemental analysis by energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS). We would run several tests using Samples 13354-1 A & B, 13354-4 and 13354-10.
Laboratory personnel would also compare their properties with other structures such as Morgellons “Goldenhead”, nanofibers, nanotubes, carbon-silicon nanowires, meteroritic particles, polyethylene and polyester fibers.
RESULTS
1. A majority of the 14 samples resemble the previously submitted fibers as discussed in Phase I and Phase II PROJECT: FMM Reports.
2. Some of the photomicrographs suggest that the fibers are nanotechnology based as seen in SEMS and 4,000x 3D lens as used in Pathology.
3. Sample 13354-1 A and Sample 13354-1 B these samples were take from skin surface. Average specimen size was 2 inches long by 1/8th inch wide.
These two specimens were next to each other and from “Anna”.
Sample 13354 1 A percent composition was aluminum 1.558 %, sulfur 70.670 %, chloride 21.086 %, calcium 3.308 % and iron 3.378 %. Carbon and oxygen were present, but extrapolated out to determine concentrations of trace elements. Elements were transitional elements. See Phase II Report.
Sample 13354 1 B percent composition was sodium 0.959 %, silica 8.352 %, sulfur 11.219 %, chloride 6.568 %, calcium 4.200 %, iron 3.635 % and zinc 65.066 %.
When one compares these results to the Chemtrail results we note that zinc and sulfur are extremely high. Aluminum was present while sulfur was high in Sample 13354-1 A and sodium/silica was present with high zinc in Sample 13354- 1 B. These results again confirm the various stages of Morgellon “Goldenhead” like nano structures. No nanotube was observed due to low calcium levels. Since the specimen sample was from the surface and being pushed length wise out of the body are these total percent compositions by weight reflective of the various stages or life expectancy of this nanotechnology.
4. Sample 13354 4 were skin samples with fibers from “Lily”. Percent composition by weight was sodium 4.276 %, silica 3.595 %, sulfur 4.088 %, chloride 27.828 %, potassium 26.843 %, calcium 16.494 % and iron 16.877 %.
When comparing this sample to “Anna’s” there is no comparison. Shape as shown in the SEM images are in various stages of structural development. The transitional element percent by weight composition is very different. “Lily’s” has the above 10% calcium, chloride and potassium present while “Anna’s” had the extremely high sulfur and zinc levels. Lily’s were either newly developed while Anna’s were older and expelling from her skin horizontally vs. vertically. “Lily’s” had 3.595 % silica while “Anna’s” had no silica.
5. Sample 13354 10 were skin samples with fibers from “Lily”. Percent composition by weight was sodium 3.133 %, silica 0.889 %, phosphorus 8.142 %, sulfur 29.393 %, potassium 12.909 %, calcium 10.709 % and iron 17.492 %. This sample has the presence of phosphorus, less silica and potassium and similar levels of iron. The explanation may be that the material that coats the carbon-silica or silica nano wire may be covering the wire, thus EDS could not penetrate the specimen or that different substances found in the bio-terrain will produce various building materials for nanorobotic assembling machines to perform their designed tasks.
It must be stated that in the Chemtrail samples, Anna’s, Lily’s and previous samples from Jan Smith (pathology reports and 4,000 x 3 D photomicrographs all have the same “Goldenhead” shape. The molecular nano composition of the elements used to make this structure has a distinct smart technology or “memory” for that structure. The principal being expressed with these specimen samples are the same as the NASA designed memory foam. The foam maintains its original shape and form. Therefore, the original designer of this nanotechnology designed the technology to maintain specific structural characteristics.
Note in Sample 13354- 10 at 12 Noon there is a distinct image of a silica tongued nano tube.
6. Sample 13354 7 was a sample of hair from “Lily.” Dr. Staninger took the sample herself along with a “pseudo hair” that popped out of the skin after spraying das Wasser on the surface of Lily’s right leg. The “pseudo hair’ grew 1/2 inch in less than one could count 1, 2, 3. The importance of these specimens is that after core hair analysis by the laboratory it was determined that both samples were not human or animal hair.
Animal hair has a core, while filaments or hair like structures from certain plants do not have a core. The core diameter varies for a male, female and a child. This method of determining whether a specimen is human, animal, or plant is done under Forensic Analysis parameters. These specimens analysis was performed to these criteria.
7. Sample 13354 13 was a specimen submitted by a Lady from Oregon. The specimen did not appear to have fibers but was composed of cream colored granules. These specimens did not match any of the others discussed in Phase III-A.
8. The melting point for Anna’s Sample 13354 11 was 200 degrees C and Lily’s Sample 13354 10 was 198 degrees C. The melting points are over 400 degrees F and definitely above the melting point of the skin of a human being. This also confirms the composition of these two types of specimens are similar but in various stages of nano structural development.
SUMMATION
Phase III of PROJECT: FMM clearly demonstrated the various stages that a Morgellon- like “Goldenhead” could be at within the body, externally and in transitional stages. It can be at a stage of being disregarded, active or decomposing. All samples except 13354-13 (Lady from Oregon) matched all other sample specimens Morgellon like “Goldenhead” or pre-“Goldenhead.”
The samples of Anna and Lily had relative similar melting points that were three (3) times greater than the temperature to burn or melt human skin. SEMs and EDS confirm nanotechnology. It must be noted that a second degree burn to human skin is at 165 degrees F. The melting point of both Anna’s and Lily’s specimens were over 400 degrees F.
Lily’s sample of regular and “pseudo” hair were determined to be non-human or animal hair. Both specimens were “pseudo” hair. Future research will determine the life expectancy or degradation properties of nanotubes, nanofibers, and nanowires within humans, plants, and/or animals as related to their environment. In addition, the mechanism of “pseudo” hair and/or the general properties of nanotechnology structures found within humans, plants or animals may be may also be expressed as nanorobotic machines. Further investigation as to the comprehensive bio-nanotoxicological effects of any nanotechnology when exposed to the life forms discussed in this paragraph must be tested not only for their mechanocompatability properties, but for their acute, chronic and systemic toxicological effects upon the human body. The samples discussed in Phase I, II, III-A and III-B are made from man-made nanomaterials and are definitely nanotechnology. The specimens that were from individuals who have the disease Morgellons, do have various forms of nanotechnology (nanotubes, nanofibers, nanowires, or silicon gel/shapes) within their bodies. These materials were designed for a specific purpose and function, which is currently not known but will be understood by all in the near future.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator PROJECT: FMM
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnote
1 Man-Made means not made by nature or found in nature.
L/N 13354/1
#1 ‘Anna’ – Fibers+Skin Received 1/18/2007

L/N 13354/1.1
‘Lily’ – #1.1- 01/18/2007

L/N 13354/3
‘Lily’ – #3 – 01/18/2007

L/N 13354/4
‘Lily’ – #4 – 01/18/2007

L/N 13354/10
‘Lily’ – #10 -01/18/2007

L/N 13354/7
Regular Hair received from ‘Lily’ Jan. 11, 2007- – #7 – 01/18/2007

L/N 13354/8
‘Lily’ – #8 – 01/18/2007

L/N 13354/9
‘Lily’ – #9 – 01/18/ 2007

L/N 13354/11
‘Anna’ – #11 – 01/18/2007

L/N 13354/12
‘Anna’ – #12 – 01/23/2007 Sample from left thigh

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L/N 13354/13
Female Oregon – #13 – 01/23/2007
SEE ANALYSES FOR DETAILS ON SAMPLES WITH NO TEST RESULTS SHOWING.
PHASE III B Raman
PROJECT FMM (FIBER, METEORITE & MORGELLONS)
Morgellons Fiber and Meteorite Fibers
Principal Researcher Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
© Saturday, March 27, 2007
INTEGRATIVE HEALTH INTERNATIONAL, LLC
12235 Centralia Street, Lakewood, CA 90715
Tel: 562-402-7300 Fax: 562-402-7308 Direct: 213-382-2786
Project Contract Labs: AMDL, Inc., ACS, Inc., MIT, and Lambda Solutions, Inc.
PHASE III-B Samples sent Sept. 2006.
Results Received March 20, 2007
Subject: L/N: 12938 A series of specimens. These are the RAMAN TESTS.
Two Samples of Unknown Fibers were Collected from Two Sources and Delivered to Laboratory.
Report of: Examination and Fourier Transform-Raman Spectra of Two Suspects
Morgellon Fibers Sent by Integrative Health International, LLC.
Method: Fourier Transform Raman Spectroscopy (FT-Raman).
INTRODUCTION
Two similar samples (No. 12938-1 and No. 12938-7) of suspect fibers were previously studied and reported in Phase I PROJECT: FMM Report. In the present report various laboratories (Lambda Solutions, Inc. and MIT’s Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution) would analyze these two samples by Fourier Transform Raman Spectroscopy to learn more about their chemical structures. Both fibers were suspect Morgellons and would be examined for Raman structural groups to attempt identification of the material(s). Sample No. 12938-1 would be sent to Lambda Solutions, Inc. and Sample No. 12938-7 would be sent to MIT’s Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
Sample No. 12938-1 is described in Phase I Report as being square slides with different particles. All specimens on slide appears to be similar but do not appear to be carbon-silicon fibers. Raman Test will confirm carbon-silicon or silica fibers. RI < 1.55 Dichroism: Negative.
Sample No. 12938-7 is described in Phase I Report as a container with fibers in rubber band and Labeled INC-7-19-06 PR FRESS. The sample is from a meteorite. Specimen was tested for melting point. No melting occurred but it darkened at 200 degrees with no dichroism.
RESULTS
1. Microscopically both fiber samples have head and body features resembling typical Morgellon fibers.
2. The FT-Raman spectra provided by Lambda Solutions, Inc. (No. 12938-1) and MIT (No. 12938-7) have vibrations from aliphatics and aromatics. In addition, 3.5 % silicon was present in one area.
3. The Raman spectra indicate the presence of an organic polymer but did not identify it.
4. Lambda Solutions, Inc. gave a verbal opinion that the plastic may be a copolymer of a polyester and an aromatic.
LAMBDA Solutions, Inc. Specific Results
Samples
Samples were received on Friday, March 9, 2007. The samples were fibers adhered by “tape” to the bottom of a glass slide and backed with white paper. In order to analyze the samples, the white paper was removed and the tape removed from the bottom of the glass. This was necessary so that the silica in the glass did not serve as an additional reflecting surface or to have the silica confound the analysis. The samples were flattened by adhering the tape and fibers to the non-glossy surface of Heavy Duty Reynolds Aluminum Foil.
Instrumentation:
Analysis was carried out with a Dimension-P2 785 Raman Spectrometer utilizing a Dimension-M1 micro Raman Adaptor mounted on a Nikon L150 microscope equipped with 10x and 50x Plan Fluor Epi Objectives. Video images were captured with a Luminara CCD mounted on the Nikon system. Illumination was by minimum light and laser beam. The sampling of the laser with the “head” and “fiber” of the fiber samples was performed.
The tape appeared to be Magic tape which is a form of Mylar polyester. No silicon was found from the tape on the specimen.
The specimen’s results had different compounds at different areas of its structure.
1. Head small amount of silicon present in head area of specimen, 3.5 % When compared to crystal silica the “head” had little or NO silica.
2. Fiber- body adjacent to “head” showed polyester-like substances that did not match the Magic tape composition of Mylar polyester. Results suggestive of a co-polymer when Lambda Solutions, Inc. was contacted by primary laboratory.
3. The “head” and ‘fiber body” are composed of different materials.
MIT Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Raman Laser System used was a 532 nm (Nd YAG (green) laser and a 10X microscope objective with a power of approximately 20 mW which slightly melted the fiber head (top edge). The laser power was reduced to approximately 5 mW for all of the spectra obtained. Spectra was collected from the shaft (spectrum 03120004), the edge of the head (spectrum 03120005), and the middle of the head (spectrum 03120006). All of the spectra were dominated by fluorescence. (Attempts to collect spectra in other locations resulted in overwhelming fluorescence.)
1. The Raman bands that were identified for Sample 12938-7 were:
* C-C (aromatic ring chain vibrations)
* C=C vibrations
* Si-C vibrations
2. No silicon was present.
3. MIT could not make “guess” as to what the fiber is made of per staff.
SUMMATION
Raman Tests performed by Lambda Solutions, Inc. determined that the fiber from Sample No. 12938-1 was composed of silicon (“head”) with little or no crystal silica present. The fiber (“body”) was composed of a polyester material. This material may be a co-polymer. No fluorescence was stated for this sample. MITs Raman analysis utilizing a different laser determined Sample No. 12938-7 was dominated by fluorescence and was composed of aliphatic and aromatic compounds. It also determined that a vibrational rate for Si-C was present, which stands for silica carbide or silica-carbon. The fluorescence is from the fiber and not from another source. The fluorescence would be made of substances that fluorescence, which is very similar to the way something glows in the dark.
Sample 12938-7 was composed of fibers from a Meterorite. The fiber on the Meteorite did not match Sample 12938-1, which was from a Morgellon’s. The fibers identified in Sample 12938-7 do match current nanotechnology that utilizes multilayer nanotubes that are made of plastic co-polymers and silica-carbon nanotubes. Sample 12938-7 results do not match the composition of a meteorite nor does a Meteorite fluorescence. The Meteorite sample appears to be contaminated by a person who has Morgellon’s or has been exposed to nanotubes made of silica-carbon or nanotechnology.
Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Principal Investigator PROJECT: FMM
Industrial Toxicologist/IH & Doctor of Integrative Medicine
Footnote
1 Man-Made means materials not made by nature and not found in nature.
L/N 12938/1
L/N 12938/1 SEM Image Scanned at 30X

L/N 12938/7

1NC-7-19-06 PR FRESS
L/N 12938/7
FIBER FROM RUBBERBAND

( SEMS/EDS & GRAPHS WERE TOO DARK TO SCAN
LAB WILL PROVIDE BETTER COPY
AT A LATER DATE..AND WE WILL PROVIDE IT AT THAT TIME.)
See detail in Dr. Staninger’s report above.
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One thought on “Texas Chemtrail Samples Compared To Samples From Venice Italy”

  1. Thank you for posting this … I also want to thank Starviewer and the team from StarViewerTeam … Madrid, Spain, for all of their hard work on this and other projects.

    Amy

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