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Man claims metal fragment came from UFO!

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posted on Jan, 23 2007 @ 12:56 PM
Sorry, i haven't had time to read the whole thread, so apologies if this has already been said.

There is a documentary called "Jane Goldman Investigates-Aliens", his story is covered there.

she follows his story as he gets it analysed, and some pretty damned strange things came to light about this object. Not least the fact that they were going to Xray it, put it on the Xray plate ready to do the next day....

When the next day came, they realised it had EXPOSED ITSELF, obviously it was immiting high energy wave lengths of its own.

They also surmised that it appeared to suggest that it might have a "power source" inside.

I was thinking (as i like to do every now and again
) that it would be concievable that an advanced design of tech would be a "morphable" alloy that could "arrange" its self to varying degrees and adapt to whatever situation arises. Making new connections when others fail, adapting to the enviroment by altering its structure to suit etc, making a POWER source when needed.

Bit like the T1000 in Terminator 2. We've all heard many stories of UFOs changing shape etc, maybe the outer structure of the craft is comprised of this type of adaptive alloy?

Who knows, "Jane Goldman Investigates-Aliens", if you can ignore her cheesy little self, its worth a watch

posted on Dec, 31 2007 @ 12:53 AM
This seems 100% legit to me and is exactly the sort of thing I would do a documentary on...

Shame that because it doesnt fit the Dulce / Grays / Atlantis fantasies it gets little attention from "researchers".

posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 01:35 AM
Ooops! Posted on the other thread!

[edit on 17-1-2008 by mikesingh]

posted on Dec, 27 2010 @ 09:21 PM
reply to post by DRGIBBONS

What was the exact composition of the find? I'm looking for a lost recipe to a 'gel' which contained strontium which was used in a way I just figured out today. I do particle physics / magnetic field research. Mostly just academic at this point/ theory, but I've done this for 20 years now and know I've solved many mysteries though I haven't built anything yet to prove my theories. (Can't afford much/ bad back).
The recipe would allow for inductively moving current through a special 'gel' which would ionize the gel, and do this without expanding it too much or heating it up much. The strontium content would allow cool induction when paired with other elements. I'm guessing that silicon was in there, maybe some gold, and other metals I think.
There is another way to make it work without the gel, actually 2 ways, but one is hard to make and the other is cheap but requires some serious machining of 312 stainless steel or atleast 304.

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