posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 03:38 PM
Earlier this morning I took the object to the University of Notre Dame's physics department, one of the professors took the item from me and promised
he would analyze it. I just received an email from him about the results. He said the outer casing is titanium, the inner casing is gold, the center
piece is composed of Thulium and holmium, and at one point during the test one of the tubes at the bottom started leaking cesium. The so called
"tiny motor" also looked like a tiny motor to him as he wasen't able to get an analysis. He was able to take a tiny sample from each of the other
parts without "removing any components or damaging it any further than it already has been" So there you have it. This will probably be my last
post on here since no is taking me seriously, but listen to c2c tomorrow because I will try to call in and tell my story.