posted on Nov, 9 2006 @ 04:10 PM
To unplugged, I'd have to research it a bit, but as I remember, the material tested as being made up of a terrestrial element (I believe it was
Bismuth, but not sure), but of such a purity that it could have only been made in a handful of highly specialized labs...and he has no such access. I
believe the infamous Art Bell, has some info on his site about this one (search on Roswell debris). The guy's story itself doesn't have much to
stand on...but the item is interesting nonetheless.....
I hope some day we catch a break on this whole Roswell UFO thing
As UFOlogists have often said, the Roswell race is a race with the Grim Reaper. The primary witnesses are dead or dying, and much of the evidence
about the case is already out there. Shy of someone showing up with a piece of physical debris that is undoubtedly extraterrestrial in origin, there
won't be more proof, but there is a MOUNTAIN of evidence (just search here for my Roswell threads if you haven't read them...probably more than you
ever wanted to know about the case, lol).....
The roswell story is a total coverup who believes the goverment story is actually what happened is a fool, the debris in the ranch was a mogul weather
balloon and the bodies are just crash test dumbies...sure it was, ok so why didn't they get a mogul weather balloon and tie a dumbie to it and see if
it would actually take off the ground!
It's worse than that. The "balloon" is from Mogul, and the dummies are from High Dive, which was YEARS after the Roswell incident.
What is the standard procedure for the military for recovery of mogul weather balloons, do they search shoulder to shoulder picking up debris and
search thru houses and barns and silos and empty out everything?
As far as I've been able to tell from research, they weren't recovered vigorously. Remember, only the PURPOSE of Mogul was classified. The materials
involved were "off the shelf", and weren't anything classified. Which of course, makes the military's story even more difficult to swallow....