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The Final Secrets of Roswells Memory Metals Revealed?

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posted on Jun, 9 2009 @ 12:58 PM
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This is an incredible read. Just these few short snippets that I've selected here are 'mind bending' already..wait until you get reading through the entire article. We're not all as mad as they make us out to be!!

Astonishing stuff.


Was the Roswell memory metal secretly "seeded" to industry and to others who could exploit its potential benefits? How was the technology transferred while keeping its origin disguised? Why were bizarre "mind-over-matter" tests performed by government psychics on the shape-recovery metal Nitinol? What is the hidden meaning of the morphing metal? Newly developed information provides the stunning answers to these questions.

It is traditionally held that the Nickel-Titanium memory alloy (known as Nitinol) was "discovered by accident" in the early 1960s at the U.S. Naval Ordnance Lab in Maryland, by co-inventors Drs. Wang and Buehler. But the true history of Nitinol is purposely obscured- and it is riddled with holes and discrepancies.

The truth is that the first efforts at examining this remarkable Nickel-Titanium alloy had ocurred years previously, in the late 1940s after the Roswell crash. And the work was performed by someone else- Battelle Memorial Institute in Ohio. This work was contracted by Wright Patterson- the very base where the crash material was taken.

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posted on Jun, 9 2009 @ 01:54 PM
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Interesting ideas. Can't see the vid at work, but did a quick looksie into it, and it would seem this material would accurately fit the descriptions by witnesses, including what they did to it, and how the material behaved.

Quite intriguing...



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