I had ore samples tested from seven different veins on one property. The first results from a small assay lab in May's Landing, NJ provided results that showed the veins to range from a low of 0.109 gold oz/T (0.81 silver oz/T) to a high of 0.328 gold oz/T (0.167 silver oz/T). I then sent the same seven samples to a large lab in Sparks Nevada that does testing for the largest mines in the US. This lab showed "non detect" for both gold and silver (results were <0.01 Au ppm and <0.1 Ag ppm). Both labs performed a fire assay using 29.16 grams of ore and both tested the same seven ore sample materials. The ore samples were from two historic quartz lode mines and from an unmined greenstone (non asbestos I had a test done) serpentinite vein system discovered during logging. With such widely varying results do I now get a 3rd test done and if so, from whom? Could the first assay be a false high positive?