Premiering at the Byron Bay Discovery Park on March 6 and 7, are six artefacts that question everything we assume to be factual in relation to ancient Australian and Global world history. For any questioning the credentials of such a claim, it needs to be appreciated five of the six artefacts were examined through rigorous science. Of the many anomalies these artefacts create, there are four that stand out.
- All the three ancient rings analysed to establish the elements within, are either pure Orichalcum, or an element was added or subtracted. This metal is unique, as it exists nowhere else on the planet, officially regarded as “mythical,” and exclusively associated with Atlantis.
- In one ring the one element found in the pure Orichalcum (Nickel) was extracted and replaced with a sizable deposit of Titanium. Any use of Titanium is post-1930 in today’s world, yet this ring, stolen from the grounds of Angkor Wat by a soldier in the Vietnam War, is very old and worn and is obviously thousands of years old.
- The pure Orichalcum ring was found in Australia with the assistance of a metal detector, one and a half metres beneath the surface. Why was any metal found in Australian, particularly at such depth?
- Another piece of ancient jewellery, which was found at the Kariong Glyphs, is also unique twice over. The ratio and percentages analysed by Southern Cross Environmental Analysis Laboratory, supervised by head scientist Graham Lancaster, detected two elements (Aluminium 73% and Copper 3%). That combination has no Earthly parallel, as all Aluminium alloys are at least 85% Aluminium. The more important finding/absence, is the residual 24% of the metal/ore, which could not be identified and cannot be found in the periodic table. So, if it is not found anywhere on the planet, where else could it come from?
If interested in viewing and discussing a factual and scientifically endorsed version of the ancient past, please contact us on 02-66281749, our email address firstname.lastname@example.org or come to the presentation at either Byron or two weeks later in Melbourne (Preston). As Mulder would repeat often in the X-Files, “the truth is out there,” well now it is here and waiting at Byron for further scrutiny.
Cheers Steven and Evan Strong 24/02/20
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Real and Present Evidence of Atlantis, Lemuria and Beyond
By Steven & Evan Strong
To begin with, I never wanted any ring, nor did Ros’ insistence that there was something special afoot in each purchase lessen my disinterest. Rings were not items of concern, any form of personal metal jewellery found anywhere had no appeal whatsoever. From my perspective, any ring found in Australia is not part of the Original package. Once again, I was wrong, the three rings belong here.
The first part of this report is an overview of the current state of developments regarding three ancient rings, two are with me, and the third with Ros. We can be more specific in the geography and history, in that two of these rings come from Lemuria and the other ring was Atlantean in residency. What will not be covered in this overview is the magic within, powers possessed or impact and scope of these mystical devices. All of which is definitely there, and has been covered previously, and will be again. The primary focus, this time around is purely scientific, and with the complete chemical analysis of all three rings and other artefacts done and dusted, we now have a solid empirical base which no-one can challenge. Wherever we wander past that point is after the event, what is undeniable is that there was a time way back when the technology used to create these rings was no less than the equal of the best we have today.
Three Rings for Every Things
In providing a basic setting from which to extend, the best course is to present our ring-narrative in chronological order. The first of three rings to come onto the scene was the Atlantean ring, which was retrieved with the assistance of a metal detector. This ancient ring was found by Sean Oakes one and half metres beneath the surface of a hill at the goldfields at Hill End. That any metal object was found so deep beneath the Australian surface is a huge issue which sits well beyond the reach of all accepted accounts of Original pre-history. However, this is merely the opening gambit, what follows after my first foray into the land of computers is far more sensational.
With the copy of a complete chemical analysis of every element present and the percentages of the Atlantean ring as my reference, what became immediately apparent was with the exception of one solitary link to a Wikipedia commentary on the “mythical”(1) Atlantis, there was not one scientific paper or analysis that matched the read out of five elements. The name of this “mythical”(2) compound/ore is Orichalcum and because it was solely associated with a locality (Atlantis) also deemed “mythical,”(3) the underlying inference was that both the ore and place of residence is the product of rumours and inventive tales to amuse those less intelligent and discerning.
Despite Wikipedia’s patronising dismissal of the validity of the metal, its report did concede that Plato, Homer and the Roman historian Pliny the Elder never considered Orichalcum or Atlantis as fictional over two thousand years ago. During those ancient times no-one doubted the existence of Atlantis or reverence the residents held for this sacred metal. According to Homer, Orichalcum was dedicated to Aphrodite, Plato was adamant that Orichalcum lined the walls, floor and central column of the inner sanctums of the Temple of Poseidon and Clieto, and that metal was held in the same regard as gold. Pliny the Elder spoke in the past tense in confiding that all Orichalcum mines/deposits were “exhausted”(4) before the first century BC. So too did Plato note that all mines were gone during the fourth century BC. In combination, all these reports share not only an admission of existence, but also a concession that none of those commentating had actually seen or touched this rare ore. If anything, that absence of hard evidence justifies Wikipedia’s aversion to elevate the status of metal or geography past the classification of fantasy, fireside chats and fictional embellishments.
However, the addition of another report of an archaeological discovery off the coast of Sicily of a Roman galleon sunk in the sixth century BC., containing dozens of ingots of what the experts agree to be Orichalcum, is an open contradiction. If Wikipedia present photographs of ingots that are indeed made from Orichalcum ore, how can it still be “mythical?”(5) If it exists, which is the case, and the photograph of the ingots have been accepted as true, which is why it was posted on their site, then it must be real. Nonetheless, even with the photo openly contradicting the text, this metal is still not accorded a tick.
However, even if the opening passage was to be revised, there is not yet a clear Atlantean path ahead, as this ring could have been Roman and possibly came from the same remaining mine from which the ingots were sourced. But that cannot be, as we also have the chemical analysis of the Roman ingots, and when compared nothing is the same. As a group, all the ingots had a Copper content greater than 75%, Zinc registered below 20% and the three lesser elements of Iron, Nickel and Lead hovered between 5-10%. The ring has a Copper component of 73.9%, which is lower than that found in any ingot, the Zinc is over 25% which is well above the Sicilian limit, and most importantly, the three trace elements of Iron, Nickel and Lead found in the ring add up to less than .5%. That meagre count is ten to twenty times less than what was found in the Roman ingots, and in combination, means that from wherever the ore for the ring was mined, it did not come about through Roman involvement.
When factoring in the two repeated symbols on this ring, of which one is the Berber motif for Atlas, and the other five circles of differing diameters representing the five rings of earth of water Plato spoke of when describing the inner sanctum of the ancient city, the chances that this ring is indeed Atlantean firm considerably. In fact, as things stand, with Rome ruled out, outside Atlantis, there is no other option on the horizon. There is no other Orichalcum jewellery remaining on this planet, its manufacture ceased somewhere between the sixth and fourth century BC, and according to numerous historical reports, only the Romans and Atlanteans had access to this revered ore. This ring is not Roman, which means it has to be …
The ‘Next Cab off the Rank’
The next two rings both come from Angkor Wat, but took different paths, one ended up in the UK, the second in Thailand. Both were offered for sale, and in each case the ring was listed as being a “Giant’s Ring.”
Before continuing, we need to appreciate that there was a time way back when this massive temple/metropolis was situated on the coast of Lemuria, and it was the principle port of a continent that revered spiritual pursuits and knowledge above everything else. Equally, in these distant times the Temple itself was ruled by giants, and what is an unexpected twist in ancient proceedings, many Cambodian locals insist these huge beings were “Aboriginal”(6) in appearance. This was totally unknown to us and it was only through Ros sending us filmed comments made by Cambodian tour guides testifying to the rulership by Australian Original giants, supported by personal conversations she had with a Cambodian woman, did we understand why these rings had returned to the last substantial bastion of Lemuria (Australia). Perhaps the reason why the doorways at Angkor Wat are so large and tall is not symbolic but pragmatic, as giants need more headspace when entering and exiting.
As it was with the Atlantean ring, Ros felt drawn to this Giant’s ring from the first time she saw it was for sale on a UK web site. It was listed under the general category of ‘Vietnam War Memorabilia.’ The ring is massive in diameter, and on the top is a cluster of two elephants and two monkeys. It is quite ornate and requires the touch of a master-craftsperson to create this impressive brown sculpture. We both assumed that this colour was the actual colour of the metal. To begin with, there was no reason to think otherwise. For some time the ring stayed with Ros and I voiced no request for measurements or angles, I was more concerned in getting the stolen Atlantean ring back and had no real desire to look in other directions, especially so when the first path was so cluttered and seemingly permanently blocked.
Sunday Night Watching TV
Ros was partaking in her once a week escape through a pseudo-reality program via free to air TV/drivel. She was ‘veging out’ with no agenda, need to research or bid. The ring she recently bought was indeed designed for a giant’s finger, but right now it was object to hold and rub in hand while escaping to ridiculous situations and people who major in the undignified. With the mind idling and nothing to do but grin, the ring took control.
The TV show was still running but Ros was walking away towards the computer. Once seated it was suggested, well demanded is a closer fit, by the ring to type in a web site address that was totally unknown to her. And understandably so, why would Ros be aware of any arts and craft address in Thailand? Archaeology, Original tools, even Vietnam Memorabilia, all of that makes sense and would be ticked off as a site to consult. But paints, clay, textas and paper, that has never been on Ros’ radar. Despite the countless reasons why not, the ring persevered and Ros was directed to type ‘giant’s ring’ into search. One response only, the ring she still has is replete with two monkeys and two elephants, but this time around on the ring for sale there is all of the above, plus two pigs also at the ready and on the market.
Soon after the bigger ring was bought by Ros and posted to me at the insistence of her ring. It had the same brown coat, but with two more animals. The other four were of the same dimensions, features and proportions, as those on Ros giant’s ring, so there is an obvious physical link. But, before continuing, there is a major conventional point of common-sense discord that needs to be appreciated, how did the ring Ros hold know of the geography, availability and web site address of this other ring? Which, by the way, is merely the backdrop to something more unsettling? The important contradiction is all about how the knowledge shared by the ring, which is utterly impossible to exist under all current scientific paradigms. Very simply, those directions were gathered then transmitted by a metal object to a human receiver. According to the experts, inorganic rocks and metal objects do not communicate or ponder. If so, how did Ros know of something simply not stored, recorded or remembered by her-it just wasn’t there. Ros did not know, then she did, and the ring was solely responsible.
Coming Back Home
Either way, it is now with me and it can accommodate both my index fingers with enough room left over for my little finger. It looks so giant-like in size, but I am sure people of a much larger and expansive builds will have a finger that will be a close fit, but never a tight fit. A thick bulky finger doesn’t work because the Atlantean ring weighs two grams, while the ring from Lemuria weighs eighty grams. Almost all of the weight is centred on the highest point of the ring (3.5 cms), with the entire arcade of animals and carvings rising to that mid-point. What is left over, once deducting this stacked sculpture, weighs five grams at the most. That top-heavy assemblage creates an increasing strain on the weight-bearing finger (which after three to four minutes is very easy to feel). Sitting there on an unassisted finger will eventually hurt, and soon after cause long-term muscle and ligament damage. Also, because the weight distribution is so markedly askew and top-heavy, due to the forces of gravity, balance is tenuous, and with the slightest finger-movement the ring is inclined to drop and spin down, so that 98% of the weight is under the finger. Hanging loosely below and upside down is the only comfortable sapien-fit. That predisposition to drop and rotate, with the concentration of weight in one area and a massive diameter, leaves us no other option but to declare this ring to be the ancient property of giants.
That is our opinion, and to be honest that is all it is worth- a maybe. Only real science can turn that question mark into a defiant full stop with a bold exclamation mark above.
The Verdict is in, Science has Spoken
All three rings have been analysed, each was taken to the same place, and assessed by the same process. That rigour and consistency means what has been printed out is the real thing, the list of elements present and the accompanying percentages is the final verdict and confirmation. Atlantis and Lemuria did exist, and their technological expertise was nothing less than our present-day very best.
The second or third analysis was never part of any plan, it was the unintentional uncovering and exposing of what lays beneath that forced us to return for two more doses of science. As stated earlier, both rings were brown in colour and we assumed it was possibly a shared metallic patina, or it could be a thick coat of paint. However, if it is an artificial coat of some sort of paint, as it was uncovered from the dirt near Angkor Wat and was exposed to saturation and the elements for thousands of years, if it is paint it is very difficult to explain why there is not the hint of wear and tear. It could be patina or paint, or maybe something else again, what did become obvious as I started to hold and rub the ring, was that something very golden-like in colour was breaking through. That reappearance was one of many incentives to keep in touch with this ring. As the days, and weeks passed, so too did the veneer give way and the inner truth and metal underneath become more apparent.
Although bearing little to less knowledge in all things associated with metallurgy, that base metal which was hidden behind a cloak of brown, looked so similar in complexion to the Atlantean ring. I asked Ros to check her ring, which she assured me was still uniformly brown, and in her eyes, a natural patina and just like the patina on the giant’s ring we have. Nevertheless, a rubbing she would go, and report back if something came of it.
It wasn’t long after, certainly not a week, before Ros reported back, and the same golden glow was returning from the depths. So off Ros went to the same location chasing up an elemental analysis and accompanying percentages. What came back was almost as expected, but with one minor deduction and two additions, of which one is so sensational in global implications it just cannot be ignored.
Just as it is with the orichalcum ring, the Copper and Zinc are the main elements of Ros’ giant’s ring, and in both cases there is broad agreement in the Copper being in the less than 75% Roman minimum category and well past the 20% Roman Zinc maximum, but what was unique sits well outside the maximum entries of all Orichalcum artefacts with a reading of over 8% for Lead. So what can be agreed upon is that the first of the giant’s rings is not from a Roman mine or origin. Where there is a difference is not in the presence of Iron and Lead found in both samples, but the absence of Nickel in Ros’ heavier Lemurian ring. There is no Nickel, but what was added was Tin (Sn) and Titanium (Ti).
The Tin is a Tight Fit, but the Titanium is a No-Fit
Historically, if consulting accepted tales, the appearance, mining through to smelting of Tin, up to 3,000 years ago, is a comfortable fit. Stretching back further becomes awkward. The real problem here is the sizable helping of Titanium (1.15%).
Titanium was supposedly first discovered by William Gregor in 1791 and what made an immediate impact was its incredible resistance to corrosion. The reason for this is much deeper, in that titanium has the highest strength to density ratio of any earthly element identified on the periodic table.
Past the initial discovery, it was close to one hundred and fifty years before this metal had an application or people with the expertise to fully understand the qualities and resilience of this metal. Because of its unequalled hardening capacities, titanium was first used in the 1930’s to harden jewellery, particularly gold. Genuine 24 carat-gold is at least 99% pure gold and has to be less than 1% titanium. That minor addition lessens its softness and hardens this compound to the same hardness level of 14 carat gold. Since then, the metal has been used in sophisticated military hardware and in nuclear storage facilities. All very sophisticated and high-tech business, yet here is the same element found inside an ancient piece of massive jewellery, thousands of years old. At the same time, or perhaps a completely different timing and narrative, we have two contradictory sequences off by four or six noughts.
The presence a sizable deposit of titanium, well above the maximum limit in 24 carat gold, in a ring so ancient yet so modern, means that either the Angkor Wat temples and associated buildings came into existence at some time after 1930, or there were earlier civilisations dabbling in technology as advanced and insidious as what we have today. There is no third choice on the table, according to the text books the titanium shouldn’t be there, but it is, and that changes everything.
What is clearly evident is that with the exception of Nickel, the other four elements (Copper, Zinc, Lead and Iron) are shared in both rings. Could there be a base compound of Orichalcum, from which minor additions and deductions are made, or was this all a coincidence?
The Third Time Proves it
With two rings analysed, there were so many possibilities, and quite a deal of repositioning yet to be done. What was inescapable was that until the larger ring found in Thailand by its compatriot was analysed by the same machine, there were too many loose ends.
My expectation was a nearly identical match to Ros’ ring, which seemed the most likely outcome. The shared brown coat, fact that the ring had directed her to an unknown site, the similarity in design, size and animals, the same huge diameter and similar underlying colouring, all of this seemed to indicate the same content.
In essence, I was wrong again, the bigger giant’s ring is pure (non-Roman) Orichalcum with the addition of 1.12% Tin (Se). When compared to the Atlantean ring, the giant Lemurian ring has roughly two percent less copper (71.53%=-2.43%) and zinc (23.68%=-1.89%), while the three trace elements (Pb, Ni and Fe) are much larger (3.675%) than the far lower read out for the Atlantean ring, they are still below the absolute minimum measurement (5%) in the recovered Roman cargo of Orichalcum.
What is no longer questionable is the brown coat both giant’s rings shared, cannot be a patina. The last ring to be analysed is basically pure orichalcum with a dash of tin. Whereas the ring Ros has is lacking in Nickel and has quite a sizeable dose of Lithium and Tin. Her massive ring is more like the small two-gram Atlantean ring in content than the third ring found on a Thai craft site. Both giant’s rings were painted brown, the colour is identical while the composition of the two rings is not. A third possibility certainly worthy of further consideration, is that the thin veneer attached to many of the rocks in our ensemble, is very similar in colouring and durability to the coat on both rings. Whether buried for protection from the elements or to mute its powers while hidden, are really the only two possibilities remaining.
What certainly firms the odds that all three rings share an orichalcum base, is that two read outs are consistent in being above the maximum Roman zinc level, all three are below the minimum Roman copper level and two are under the minimum trace element Roman trio of 5-10%, with the third reading well above the Lead content elsewhere by close to a factor of four. That means none of this has any Roman connection, as to whether the ore is sourced from one non-Roman mine or more is the only option available. Adding to those specifics, it really does come down to Lemuria and/or Atlantis. Our current suspicion is that all three rings were made in Lemuria and the Atlantean ring was then marked in Atlantis. Knowing that many ‘legends’ insist that Angkor Wat was once the major coastal port of the northern part of Lemuria, that expectation and repositioning via the sea is logical. Even if we are mistaken, what is undeniable is that the foundry, style, mode and point of manufacture is identical.
But we are straying a touch from our proclaimed scientific brief and rigour, as most experts insist that Atlantis and Lemuria are fables and have no geographical base in fact. Nonetheless, the Orichalcum ring was taken to and buried in Australia. Both giant’s rings were taken from the Temple at Angkor Wat and buried in the ground nearby. Whether they were deliberately hidden or accidentally dropped, all were buried. Now all three are back in Australia ‘unburied’, a continent which was, as many ‘legends’ and ‘myths’ insist, part of Lemuria.
A Momentarily Lapse of Scientific Reason
Even though we vowed to remain pragmatic and empirically consistent in prosecuting our scientific case, it would be profoundly unbalanced to conclude this examination without making at least a brief fleeting reference as to the mystical properties of these rings. There are so many events and manifestations to select from, but one stands out as it is independently verified and totally unprompted in its endorsement.
Not fully familiar with the protocol and inclinations of the six-figured giant’s ring, and assuming that ring, and the ring from Atlantis, share common positive goals, it was decided by me that the first night would lead up a tripling of participants. The two rings and a recently arrived star-rock chronicling a Pleaidian journey through the stars, were placed together on our dressing table as my wife and I slept beside the three.
Well that was our intention, but certainly not the rings. The banging, clashing and assorted sounds throughout the night was incessant. What immediately struck me was that the first time the rings and rock began their orchestral symphony, the noise in our bedroom caused no sense of fear or alarm. Pitch black in our bedroom, it would be reasonable to expect an increase in heartbeat or adopting a sudden upright position as a normal reaction. But no, from the very first time they spoke, and from that point on, I just knew who was responsible.
When my wife rose tired and confused she immediately spoke of everything I also heard, episode by episode, she also made it clear that if the two rings and rock were spending another night in our bedroom, she was moving to another bed. No-one slept that night, the rings made sure of that, and equally, made it clear that while they may share the same goals and motivations, they will never walk together. That has been made clear many times since, they do not play well together in the ‘sand pit.’
Down Kariong Way
These three rings do not stand alone, there are three other artefacts found beside or very close to the Kariong glyphs that are distinguished by features that do not fit into any accepted historical pre-Cook narrative. Original Elder Aunty Minnie Mace and Ray Johnson (who worked extensively with Dr. Aba Dia Ghazi in compiling a proto-Egyptian manual of over 4,000 characters to assist in deciphering the glyphs), were standing between the engravings on the walls when they found two artefacts.
It was Aunty Minnie who found the jewellery and fragment of bone, and knowing from Ray’s interpretation of the glyphs of the unfortunate death of one of Khufu’s son through snake bites, it is understandable why Aunty Minnie is adamant that the bone she found belonged to that fallen son. Equally, if that is the case, it is no great stretch in logic in assuming that the jewellery was also his.
Whether correct or mistaken, Aunty Minnie gave us both artefacts for both protection and further investigation. Not that long after Graham Lancaster (head scientist of Southern Cross Environmental Analytical Laboratory) asking for permission to analyse the jewellery to ascertain what lay within, I contacted Aunty Minnie and she agreed to the formal examination.
The results were well beyond what Graham, or us, expected. It scored not one, but two, ticks in the unknown and unprecedented column. Firstly, the composition and percentages of the only two elements identified (Aluminium 73% and Copper 3%) has no global comparison. All Aluminium alloys manufactured on this planet have an Aluminium content of greater than 85%, this is 12% lower. What was far more intriguing was what was detected or identified in the residual 24%-nothing. Graham and his colleagues were stumped, they had no idea what almost one quarter of this object is. He spoke of some form of oxidisation, but nothing came out that. The only clear observation offered was that the drill-bit used for the Aluminium and companions failed and a harder one was used. So whatever was added, hardened the alloy. If that is the pure science and nothing on earth fits, perhaps looking towards other planets and constellations is all that is left to consider?
In the same technological vein and tradition, is another object found less than fifty metres from the gylphs. Before going any further we do need to attach one caveat to the next object found, simply because of the six artefacts under discussion, this is the only one that has not been scientifically analysed. All observations are ours and could be wrong, but we doubt it, as all we are describing is simply what can be seen, and that alone is sufficient for our purposes.
This artefact was found close to the glyphs with the assistance of a metal detector. We wish to make it crystal clear that we had nothing to do with the searching or operation of the machinery and we were given this artefact after it was found. Irrespective of who, how and where, it is a broken metal extrusion with a crystal inset. As it is with Titanium, the use of crystals in any form of metal device/machinery is of recent origin. If so, why is it that way out in the bush, barely 50 metres from the three walls chronicling the arrival and crashing of a spaceship, such an object is found close to another that has a metal make up never seen on this planet? Granted, until more research and testing is done, this artefact’s analysis is circumstantial in its current presentation, but when placed beside the surrounding context and location, surely this is more of the same?
The last artefact on our check list is most assuredly not Alien in complexion or geography, but most likely ancient Egyptian. The piece of bone original Elder Aunty Millie found and passed on to us is very light and noticeably grey in colour. I made contact with the Fracture’s Specialist of a local base hospital and he agreed to have a look and pass on a verdict free of charge. As he pointed out when we met, he had no personal experience with ancient bones, but even so, he felt it was human and very old. Irrespective of what he suspected, without a machine or rigorous test to verify it is just an opinion, and to that end he recommended that the bone should be examined through a Cat-Scan.
Alas, to do so is a costly exercise, but the expert was convinced something was decidedly unusual and knew this was an ancient bone, and because of this the Cat-Scan was booked on my behalf and the cost was waved. Three days later there were six technicians on call and one hour to scan and assess. The head of the department decided that since the ‘patient’ would not mind, six times the normal dosage would be applied. The result, as such, was couched in equivocations and the same disclaimer of unfamiliarity with human remains of such antiquity. Despite their hesitance they did agree that the subject was organic and “had the same density of a human bone.”(7) As before, they were also confident the bone was very old.
The metal jewellery and nearby crystal and metal object both have an off-world complexion, while in this case the bone is most likely the “top end of a femur”(8) that belonged to Nefer-Ti-Ru, who was definitely Egyptian. Of course, this is still just an opinion, granted there is solid base here, but until the mtDNA is assessed and categorised, this story is incomplete.
Returning to the Here and Now
The analysis of these three rings, the metal jewellery and metal/crystal object are real and present arrangements and metallic compositions that do not sit comfortably within every accepted account of human pre-history and evolution. They do not stand alone as one combined unexplained deviation from the norm, it is more a consistent pattern of a diverse spread of unexplainable aberrations.
The overall tally of this investigation sees Lemuria with two ticks, an off-world Pleiadean influence earning three ticks, and one each for Atlantis and Egypt. The scientific pedigree of five of the six artefacts is impeccable, and because of this, there can be no other conclusion than those responsible for making these four pieces of jewellery must have come from Atlantis, Lemuria, any off-world location or from an even earlier, incredibly advanced, civilisation. Four of these metal artefacts each contain at least one inconvenient anomaly, of which anyone of them on their own contradicts huge slabs of what is accepted as pre-historical facts. In combination, four times over, the chemistry and laboratory demand that we throw out the books, syllabuses and lecture notes and start all over, again.
6: Ros Mulder, 2019. Personal Comminication, to Steven & Evan Strong.
7 – 8: Radiographer/Catscan Operator XXX Base Hospital