Scientist has proven Aliens have landed on Earth
CHEMIST proves an alien spacecraft landed on earth, after investigating a perplexing case for nearly 40 years.
Dr Erol Faruk has published the findings of his investigation into a substance left on the ground after a famous UFO sighting in a book which has concluded extraterrestrial activity is the only explanation.
The hovering object of presently unknown origin appears to have contained within its periphery an aqueous solution of an unstable compound whose likely sole function would be light emission.
Quoted by Dr Erol faruk
Samples were taken at the site of the peculiar ring that was discovered on the ground after the sightings were reported by many of the local residents. They reported a glowing round saucer hovering a few feet above the trees
Lester Ensbarger from Minneapolis, who was passing through the area at the time also came forward and reported a round floating object descending from the skies at Delphos.
The strange ring found on the ground has still not been explained after 40 years and finally Dr Faruk has come up with the only possible explanation.
Dr Faruk, who admits to a lifelong interest in the UFO phenomenon, focused his work on investigating the chemical make up of the soil from the ring.
He was able to obtain some of the stored solid after requesting it while based at Nottingham University.
This could have been responsible for the alleged glow seen at the time, he said.
Dr Faruk concluded there were three possible explanations – a hoax, the ring was in fact a fairy ring – a natuarlly occurring ring of toadstools, or a genuine alien space ship had been seen.
This, he said meant the conclusion of a genuine UFO sighting was the most favourable.
He wrote: “A picture begins to emerge as to what possibly happened that evening.
“Once enough of this solution was deposited, the object departed after which the Johnson family approached the ring area.”
The book is based largely on a scientific research paper Dr Faruk wrote for publication in a number of scientific journals, but his publication was rejected.
Dr Faruk claims that although his report deals with “physical and chemical evidence” as required, he was told it was investigating an “inappropriate” subject matter.