OCTOBER 30 2000

Submitted by Email.
Posted by C.E. Carnicom on behalf of the sender.

Further information on these samples will be provided as it becomes available. By all initial indications, this material appears identical to that analyzed and documented elsewhere on this site. In addition, this material appears identical to that which has been sent certified mail to Carol M. Browner, Administrator of the U.S. nvironmental Protection Agency, and which she refuses to identify and to disclose any testing results to the American public.

The following statement has been provided on Oct 31 2000 by the sender of the photographs shown:

"On the 21st of October, I noticed a lot of spider-web like material falling from the sky. Some were just a few inches in length but others were at least five to ten feet long. They were getting caught in the trees , TV antennas, and anything they could snag on to. I put on some latex gloves, got a pair of tweezers, a couple of zip lock bags, and finally managed to get a decent sample. The location of this first sample was Diamond Springs, California. The next day, on the 22nd of October, I recovered two more samples. One in Rancho Murietta and one in Folsom CA. All were within a 50 mile radius. I photographed some of the samples by attaching a Nikon FE camera to an Olympus stereo microscope. I can't be sure of the magnification. The microscope zooms from 0.7 to 4 and I'm not really sure how that translates to a magnification factor."

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