Dragons Blood Tech Report

Document Type: Tech Report
Responsible Engineer/Researcher: Dr. Francis Solomon
Department: Free Research/Sports Medicine KUP

Purpose: This document is intended to summarize analysis of sample GA-2 and propose appropriate action regarding its treatment and further processing.

Background: In June of 2013 the Abu Dhabi Oil owned drilling rig Desert Sky II which was placed at 28.778691, 49.503261 encountered an anomaly in its drilling progress which required a drill head to be returned to the surface for repair. During restoration of the drill head, foreign material was discovered on the bit which was returned to the labs in Dubai for inspection by the newly created subsidiary, KUP. The hardness of the sample was comparable to that of industrial diamond (10 +/- 1 Mohs Hardness) This sample, GA-1 was found to have extremely unpredictable EM emissions and proved dangerous to the failure investigation team assigned to analyze the sample. Following consulting with other resources, a second sample of the same material was obtained and discovered to be organic. Sample GA-2 was then sent to more qualified personnel acquired for this purpose.

Analysis: Sample GA-2 was put through mass spectroscopy, reading a high content of iron, oxygen and zinc. pH was 6.5 when melted and the sample became flammable and soluble. (Results in appendix A) EM spectrum emissions were consistent with anomalous samples found in the researcher’s previous experience. Carbon dating places the sample around the 18th century BCE.

Conclusions: From the previous information the sample has been identified as organic fluid containing hemoglobin. Whatever organism produced this blood contained highly chaotic energies and incredible amounts of power. Clearly supernatural, this being would likely have been identified as a deity by the primitive people of its day. The ability of this being to contain and control powerful chaotic energy cannot be understated.

Based on the the high oxygen and flammability of the substance, the being was almost certainly capable of producing flame and can be linked with the reptilian creatures commonly known as dragons.

Genetic markers in the blood suggest the individual was female and if more of the substance could be acquired, the subject’s age and reproductive state could be deduced. Due to the limited size of the sample, (< 0.56 mL) no further information could be garnered.

Recommendations: As was predicted by KUP contractors (criminal elements), the blood can be synthesized into substances ranging from mild stimulants to powerful hallucinogenic chemicals. Due to the small volume of the initial sample, the amount of resultants in any production will be limited. For mild stimulants similar to a commercial energy drink, GA-2 will allow a production volume of 301,438 Liters of resultant. For concentration typically found in performance enhancing drugs, the volume will be 9,569.17 Liters. Any stronger concentration will drastically reduce the production volume.

Notes: In order to maintain a liquid state, the sample must be kept in a temperature of 1811.15 Kelvin. Rapid cooling of the sample will release intense unpredictable chaotic energies which would prove destructive to any organic matter in range. Storage in the KUP primary R+D complex is considered inadvisable given the unstable nature of the sample. Recommend storing the sample in an off site location where collateral damage in the event of rapid cooling can be avoided.

Dragons Blood Tech Report

Coriander Schmae_Clark