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In a recent Vice Motherboard interview, prominent Stanford pathology professor Dr Garry Nolan, a man who wields an enviable resume from his decades spent in the field of science (40 US patents, 300 research articles, founded eight biotech companies) has revealed that for the last 10 years he and a select team of researchers have been studying materials taken from suspected UFO/UAP crash sites across globe.
Professor Nolan begins by outlining “I’ve always been an avid reader of science fiction, so it was natural at some point that when YouTube videos about UFOs began to make the rounds I might watch a few. I noticed that this guy at the time, Steven Greer, had claimed that a little skeleton might be an alien. I remember thinking, ‘Oh, I can prove or disprove that.’”
Professor Nolan goes into great detail discussing magnesium samples collected from famous UFO sites like the Ubatuba Event (Brazil) and Skinwalker Ranch (America), which upon analysis, were shown to all have been heavily manipulated at an isotope level, which Professor Nolan says: “The problem is there’s no good reason humans have for altering the isotope ratios of a simple metal like magnesium.”
Injuries Associated with UAP Encounters
Furthermore, Professor Nolan discusses his work on studying the medical impacts (mental and physical) of supposed UFO encounters by military personnel, of which he studied 100 individual patients.
His analysis of MRI scans taken from defence or governmental personnel or people working in the aerospace industry showed that these patients had abnormal neuron activity in the brain after coming into contact with supposed UFO/UAP’s.
Professor Nolan theorizes that exposure to extreme electromagnetic waves caused the severe brain injuries sustained by the patients, however it could not be concluded that these injuries were the direct result of coming into close contact with a UFO/UAP.
A quarter of the governmental personnel Professor Nolan studied ended up dying from their acquired injuries.