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During a recorded interview with C. W. Fitch and George Popovitch in November 1961 , Wilbert Smith admitted that a number of fragments from UFOs had been recovered and analyzed by his research group, including one that had been shot from a UFO near Washington, DC, in July 1952.
I was informed that the disk was glowing and was about two feet in diameter. A glowing chunk flew off and the pilot saw it glowing all the way to the ground. He radioed his report and a ground party hurried to the scene. The thing was still glowing when they found it an hour later. The entire piece weighed about a pound. The segment that was loaned to me was about one third of that. It had been sawed off. . . . There was iron rust—the thing was in reality a matrix of magnesium orthosilicate. The matrix had great numbers—thousands—of 15-micron spheres scattered through it.
Smith was asked if he had returned the piece to the US Air Force when he had completed his analysis. “Not the Air Force. Much higher than that," he replied. “The Central Intelligence Agency?” asked the interviewers. “I’m sorry, gentlemen, but I don’t care to go beyond that point,” said Smith, but added, “I can say to you that it went to the hands of a highly classified group. You will have to solve that problem—their identity—for yourselves.” 11 In my opinion, that group was Majestic 12,referred to earlier in this chapter and elsewhere.
Wilbert Smith also confirmed that a mass of unidentified metal was recovered by his group in July 1960 in Canada. “There is about three thousand pounds of it,” he told Fitch and Popovitch during the same
Now researchers from MIT, Harvard University, and the U.S. Army have built a compact device, the size of a shoebox, that produces a terahertz laser whose frequency they can tune over a wide range. The device is built from commercial, off-the-shelf parts and is designed to generate terahertz waves by spinning up the energy of molecules in nitrous oxide, or, as it's more commonly known, laughing gas
Johnson and his colleagues have published their results in the journal Science. Co-authors include MIT postdoc Fan Wang, along with Paul Chevalier, Arman Armizhan, Marco Piccardo, and Federico Capasso of Harvard University, and Henry Everitt of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Aviation and Missile Center
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
a reply to: mirageman
Besides CMs unbelievable background in secret govt and his billions from his family who since running the country in to the ground during their tenure as head of the treasury pre and during the Great depression, have continued "UFO" relationships with other banker-mafia families like the Rockefeller's. Why would he go cap in hand to research materials with the army when his name is on the building of one of the countries leading private Tech research universities, the Carnegie Mellon Institute?
His family have been mercenary like tech researcher patrons for over a century.
The Mellon Institute of Industrial Research was first established as the Department of Industrial Research at the neighboring University of Pittsburgh. It conducted research for firms on a contractual basis; a company would contract the institute to solve a specific problem, and the institute would then hire an appropriate scientist to do the research. The results of the research then became the property of the contracting company.
Why hand back 'meta material' in public hands for 3 decades (not that I think its exotic, but lets say it is) back to the dark abyss of the military? Why not at the very least as per his family Tech Institute charter allow results and materials after research to become the property of the contracting company (in this instance TTSA).
It makes no sense? Unless he always planed to get it back in defense hands in the first place? If it is material form a secret Military project then I'm ok with they should have just gone in and got it back. No sense I say!
originally posted by: zazzafrazz
I'll read more into this on the weekend no time now, But I may end up retracting my suspicion it's industrtial slag.
terahertz waves cannot pass through metal.
These waveguides are suited well for the spectral range of THz QCLs and they can provide a solution for shaping the highly divergent QCL beams. The waveguides are flexible enough to form bends with the radius of curvature as small as 100-150 mm.
Amen, she can read technical stuff but she doesn't really understand it, though I could see a couple of brain cells of hers trying to figure this part out but she couldn't make sense of it. While she's droning on about this Terahertz waveguide nonsense, she says "where have we seen terahertz before? John Burroughs" and she proceeds to tell about how his heart valve was shredded by terahertz radiation, and that they are using terahertz radiation in some airport scanners. So I could almost hear the gears turning up in her head when she tries to explain why we won't all get our heart valves shredded by the terahertz scanners at the airport, and she says, correctly, that terahertz only penetrates skin deep, which is true, so it's not going to shred our heart valves.
originally posted by: Willtell
a reply to: mirageman
She is very unconvincing
Few can understand this esoteric technological stuff.
It's very easy to get lost with the technological details of this.
2. For a waveguide, you want it to be relatively smooth and to the extent it curves I've seen specifications on how tight the turns can be in say flexible cables containing waveguides, such as in the abstract of this 2013 paper on Terahertz waveguides:
Widely tunable compact terahertz gas lasers
probably no surprise to anybody here except maybe celltypespecific who seems to believe anything anybody tells him, for at least 5 minutes, until someone else tells him something else,
originally posted by: celltypespecific
" Q: Do the active camouflage technologies that To The Stars Academy refers to rely on metamaterials?
A: The camouflage technology To The Stars Academy refers to has to do with an existing capability that is not connected with metamaterials. However, the organization believes that the research of its metamaterials could offer a similar capability down the road, but through a completely different mechanism."
originally posted by: karl 12
Cointelpro Richard Doty recently mentioned to Jimmy Church that there were 'currently disinfo agents on the UFO lecture circuit' (although that itself could be disinfo).
If I had to hazard a guess then Linda would be right up there at the top of the list....