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Originally posted by ugie1028
reply to post by amyfriend
its alright we all miss some things once in a while.
its going to be a good show i beleive... if they add the part about the surgecally removed items from these victims skin and compare it to metal found near UFO crash sites...
Witnesses from the surgeries, and the analysis of both metals will undoubtedly be a HUGE link between aliens/ufo's...
witnesses claim abductions, implanted with tracking devices, and then have it removed... where the objects were, no visible scars (except after the surgery.) this is direct physical evidence with witness testimony and scientific analysis, id imagine the sheeple sticking their heads in the sand for this one, the fencers falling off their perch (who knows which side they will fall on) and the believers just have another piece of evidence in their huge locker of evidence.... Will it be acknowledged?
Will it be takn seriously? NOPE!?
Will skeptics have a hard time chewing this one?
Unless their teeth are made from some alien alloy that is unbreakable, then... the skeptics have their meal!
A couple of things aboput tonights episode: The part about creating vitrified earth was very misleading. It could be done with common "farm" equipment, given some time. Say it takes a day or two to raise a large amount of material to that type of temperature. It would not have to be done in a couple of minutes. That is the beauty of a hoax, there is no time limit. And, it would be much easier to go to the local kiln/refinery/foundery and get some slag. I'll bet no one would miss it. The "BoB White" metal is an artifact from a plasma torch. This is unmistakeable for anyone that has been involved with thermal coatings. Industrial thermal coatings are in many cases applied with a plasma torch. The torch itself very much like the ones you can buy at Sears to cut metal only a little more power. The material to be applied is powdered, and fed into the gas stream flowing through the torch. It is melted and "sprayed" on to the substrate. If you leave one running and pointed at the same spot for a while you get a big "ice cicle" like the Bob White peice. I have seen this many times. As for the composition, I question the university guy's analysis. Using XRD, (X-ray defractometry) you should be able to get the exact composition, not just a guess. And if you were a little stumped, it would be because you can get many species with that type of process.