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it's this either or thinking that is killing us humans..
The 3 most relevant points to be extracted from this presentation are:
* Some of these metal materials are seen to contain trace levels of elements (and isotope of said elements) which no man-made or terrestrial metals would be expected to contain. Are these contaminants or purposefully introduced (i.e. engineered)?
* The technical analysis needs to be expanded through the use of several instruments to arrive at more precise composition levels –no analysis from a single instrument or method is fully reliable.
* An aggressive program or search for additional samples needs to be conducted in order to reach a general picture of the entire problem.
the things he’s uncovered over the years by analyzing metal samples allegedly ejected by UFOs
why wouldn't highly advanced civilizations use propulsion methods that eject stuff that falls to the ground carelessly?
Mirageman, here on Earth you have wonderful propulsion technologies that are environmentally friendly
Bigelow Aerospace showed some interest in helping Kimbler with his analysis, but after spending months with little results, Kimbler had to go elsewhere.
....whatever Mr. Vallee is analyzing can be whatever you wish to be, but certainly not from UFOs
The first hypothesis to prove is this: that the debris under analysis come from a UFO. Or has this been already proven by Mr. Vallee? .....
Therefore, before starting to analyze anything, wouldn't be better to first clarify why on Earth (pun intended) would your UFO eject anything at all?