This chemistry testing was performed by Ms. Phillis Budinger owner and director of Frontier Analysis, Ltd, Chagrin Falls, Ohio. Dr. Levengood referred the gemstone to Ms. Budinger. Dr. Levengood states, Ms Budinger laboratory utilizes state of the art Infrared Spectrophotometers.
Ms Budinger testing revealed the chemistry of the gemstone to be a crysolite (chrysolite) or some mineral similar to olivine. Ms. Budinger is adamant
it would take additional testing beyond her testing to resolve the chemistry of this gemstone.
NASA scientist Albert Juhaz had refused to comment on Ms Budinger testing. Mr. Juhaz would neither confirm nor deny the validity of Ms. Budinger testing. None of the scientists I consulted would confirm nor deny the validity of Ms. Budinger testing.
Scientists I consulted through numerous emails said Ms Budinger chemistry analysis is impossible for olivine. Some said this chemistry analysis is either inaccurate or does not exist. One geologist told me, if Ms Budinger chemistry analysis is accurate, this gemstone is not olivine, at all.
Ms. Budinger states this mineral is either olivine or a mineral very similar to olivine.
I called Ms Budinger and spoke with her regarding her testing. She was adamant her testing was inconclusive, at best.
SO, IS THIS OLIVINE OR NOT!
I was made aware, Ms. Budinger testing did reveal an unidentified mineral. NASA scientist Albert Juhaz refused to comment on this unidentified mineral. None of the scientists I consulted would comment on this unidentified mineral.
All of the scientists I consulted did agreed Ms Budinger testing and analysis is highly unusual at the very least.