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..........The paper refers to itself as "admittedly Buck Rodgers". I'd be surprised if Kit wasn't referring to this paper, or the papers and research he referenced, when he spoke of John's injuries and little known research.
originally posted by: mirageman
a reply to: ctj83
I'd almost forgotten about this but you may also find this interesting.
Larry Warren's book "Left At East Gate" contains the results of tests made on the soil from the 3rd night 'landing site' at Capel Green. The samples were not taken until the late 1980s.
".....I can only think of two things which could account for this....a sterilizing agent such as gamma radiation or intensely applied heat....the appearance of glass globules...indicated somehow the soil had been oxidized to such an extent that the pH levels were altered......"
Source : Left At East Gate (Google Books Link)
the ground had been compressed by a mechanical pressure of about 4 or 5 tons, and heated to between 300°C and 600°C.
the lab called me about the grass samples we'd sent in. "How did the roots get charred?" Roots charred? I didn't even know what my caller was talking about. He explained that when they'd examined the grass they had knocked the dirt and sand off the roots of the grass clumps and found them charred. The blades of grass themselves were not damaged; they had never been heated, except on the extreme tips of the longer blades. These had evidently been bending over touching the ground and were also charred. The lab had duplicated the charring and had found that by placing live grass clumps in a pan of sand and dirt and heating it to about 300 degrees F. over a gas burner the charring could be duplicated. How it was actually done outside the lab they couldn't even guess.
X-rays would penetrate a few inches of soil, giving up their energy to plant root depths. Soil being a thermal insulator, the heat would escape slowly and the temperature would build up with time below a low hovering UFO.
originally posted by: ctj83
Here is the paper in question. The Electromagnetic Spectum In LIC
originally posted by: ctj83
a reply to: Bedlam
Hey Bedlam, thanks for that, food for thought!
I think at the least this paper moves us from your inference that Kit was throwing out intentional disinformation, to 30 years of erroneous, disinformation that Kit relied on.
Do you have any theory, Why would Kit reference a series of technically incorrect paper from 30 years ago, when he simply could say, "it was ionising radiation that caused Johns injuries."
Apologies if I'm incorrect, but are you proposing any of the following:
- that johns injuries are not from the RFI?
- that Kit gave Johns primary care team technically incorrect information?
Do you believe that there could be any connection between what Kit describes and this paper?