Jack Sliwa- Technologist 11/01/20
Purple Liquid found at some UAP Landing Sites SPECULATION-Presently Unprovable
There have been a few cases of a purple liquid being found at the actual or apparent landing sites of a few UAPs. I believe that it is rather unlikely that this is some kind of leak from the UAP-such as a hydraulic leak presuming UAPs even utilize hydraulics.
I propose here that UAP crews, at least some of them, depending on where they come from and what their evolution has been, must be concerned about themselves and/or their craft becoming contaminated with earthly bacteria, viruses, spores, fungi, DNA, RNA etc.
One way to deal with this issue would be to utilize a disinfectant or sterilant such as upon their feet, hands or upon the crafts earth-touching appendages BEFORE they reenter their UAP and then discard it. It turns out that there are purple colored sterilants which have been and are used here on earth. (more on them below)
To prove this would involve the compositional analysis of such a discovered purple liquid if not also testing of the liquid against a variety of bacteria, viruses etc. That plan would appear, at first glance, to be quite doable provided another sample can be obtained and preserved.
This purple liquid found under a UFO hovering (landing?) site was spectrographically analyzed during the famous 1965 Cherry Creek New York case investigation wherein a UFO twice visited a farm where a young farm boy was milking cows. Iron, Aluminum and Silicon were spectrographically detected in the Cherry Creek purple liquid by the NICAP sponsored Kawecki Chemical Company. The President of that company reported the results. A purple (blue-green) liquid was also found in the famous 1975 Canadian Borda tobacco farm case. The Borda farm sample report was never given to the Bordas despite years of asking for it. Initially Joe Borda was told by the sample analysts that "lightning" had struck his tobacco.
I have found two deep purple disinfecting or sterilizing candidates:
1. Potassium Ferrate: K2FeO4 (see Wikipedia Link Here). This is a very powerful purple oxidizing agent so it isn’t surprising that it has been and is being used on earth as a biocide as well as a chemical to treat wastewater. At high pH it is quite stable. What is even more interesting is that in order to make it act as a slow-release agent with more apparent stability it is mixed with diatomaceous earth (porous silica from diatoms or nanotechnology) and that would be one way to account for the Silicon. The Aluminum might be from any number of chemicals including Aluminates such as Iron Aluminate, Aluminum Oxide or Aluminum Sulphate.
2. Potassium Permanganate: KMnO4 (see Wikipedia Link Here) in water is a very similar deep purple as is (a). It is widely used today as a disinfectant and is very safe. It has been used to purify water for
drinking. It is also a strong oxidizer (a bit less strong than for (a)) and is used to treat several skin
conditions such as dermatitis. The same above arguments for the Silicon and Aluminum apply. KMnO4 is less likely than K2FeO4 (potassium ferrate above) since iron was spectrographically found
but manganese apparently was not.
Phosphorous was also found in the grass at the Cherry Creek landing site. Phosphorous species have long been employed to stabilize potassium ferrate. Further, silicate has also apparently provided catalytic help to the oxidizing function of the potassium ferrate in addition to slower release of the ferrate.