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Originally posted by AnonymousUserVII
Is that the same artifact from the guy who calls it "space poop"?
Originally posted by AnonymousUserVII
He seems pretty legit to me, he doesn't make people pay to see it, and he only sells t-shirts and stuff so he can continue to fund his tour of the item. And he doesn't exactly seem like the sterotypical "crazy type". He seems like a cheery old man who has nothing to gain from this, which makes me think it is difinitely real.
But it could be from something else, he could've been mistaken as to it's origin. It could be from a comet or meteor type thing. Or it could just be some space junk that fell to earth. Who knows, but it's interesting.
Originally posted by GrOuNd_ZeRo
Could it be possible that the UFO was on the ground and due to the tremendous heat of the craft that rocks/sand located under the craft's landing gear just started to melt and drip off when it ascended into the sky again?
Ofcourse i'm not discounting the possibility that the material was a part of the craft at one point that just melted, perhaps some sort of external sensor of some kind...
Originally posted by larryroyc
I talked to you a couple weeks ago on the telephone
Im one of bobs associates with UFO Hardevidence LLC...
Bob wanted me to contact you for him.
Bob would like you to contact him at his e-mail address..
This guy was on Jjudge Joe Brown!!!!!!!!!
Originally posted by Codger
While the shape at first looks interesting it's not unusual either. You can see similar shapes and wierder ones in any casting foundry or smelter from spillage.
Detailed Optical Microscopy
The surface of the aluminum object is ornamented by melt particle migration “feathers”. These feathers are actually thousands of minute tails that have resulted from molten aluminum migrating from the frontal area of the primary object to the rear and ultimately forming a tail. This process of melt material migration began as the object’s surface temperatures came greater than +/- 600 degrees C or about the temperature that can be attained in a common household oven. The increase in surface temperature of the object is a result of friction developed as the object passed through a gaseous atmosphere at high velocity. At +/- 600 degrees C ablation of the primary object begins and melt material migration toward the tail is initiated. The presence of the feathered surface, a tail and an ablation ring support this bservation.
Originally posted by DRGIBBONS
Since I was one of the two litigants on the Judge Joe Brown show, I have first-hand knowledge on the outcome, and Bob White didn't loose--I did. Bob sued me in Stone County, MO court for unpaid telephone bills when I was forced to leave the Museum of the Unexplained in Reeds Spring, MO. I sued Bob for unpaid professional services for scientific tests on Bob's metallic object and work on his book UFO HARD EVIDENCE, published by Galde Press, Inc. He sued me for $3000 and I sued him for $3000. The case was litigated on the Judge Joe Brown television show. The ruling was that Bob got $1000 of his $3000 lawsuit against me and I was exempt from paying the money.
This anonymous post is in response to ATS thread: Man claims metal fragment came from UFO!
since this was postedsmall traces of thermal neutron radiation have been identified emmitting from the object..these are above normal background. this was done in nov 2006.. test where verified at MIT of the original findings..
thermal radiation can only come from one of two sources..nuclear or cosmic radiation in a vacuum or thin air inviroment..gadolinium in the object is the element that attracts the most neutron radiation of any element.
since mr white dont glow in the dark that pretty much says this was exposed to cosmic radiation..thats a diffinitive finding..
they also have extraterrestrial matches with mars..in strontiim that was identified in california in 97.
id say he has a dam good case...