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Originally posted by tyranny22
F'd and the S.
Now the big question posed to all the skeptics:
Why in the hell would the United States Military order specific metals to analyzed by an independent, specialized firm if it were just a "weather balloon" that crashed at Roswell?
[edit on 17-8-2009 by tyranny22]
Nickel titanium (NiTi) is a shape memory alloy also commonly referred to by the name, Nitinol, derived from its place of discovery (Nickel Titanium Naval Ordnance Laboratory). William Buehler along with Frederick Wang, discovered its properties during research at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory in 1962.
• Nitinol (a lightweight Nickel-Titanium alloy that is the "Cadillac" of memory metals) finds its history in late 1940s metallurgical work at Battelle- in studies that were contracted by Wright Patterson in the months immediately following the Roswell crash. • A metals expert at Battelle during the time -Dr. Howard C. Cross- was leading a dual life secretly researching UFOs for government agencies while at the same time directing top-secret Titanium alloy studies. It was found that Cross "seeded" Titanium alloy studies to the US Navy Lab- where Nitinol was later "discovered."
Originally posted by Eurisko2012
reply to post by sunspot0
It would help if you learned how to spell debris.
Yes, the crash debris was flown to Wright Patterson AFB.
The other Top Hat spacecraft was put on a flat bed truck
and moved to Los Alamos National Laboratory July 1947.
Crew of 4. 2 pilots / 2 engineers.
Originally posted by STFUPPERCUTTER
so aliens from a super advanced race travled a mind boggling distance of both space and time, in a ship that exploded on contact and blew apart into bits and pieces?
wouldnt it make sense for them to use some of their futureistic technology to shield the ship ro possibly construct it a little bit more sturdy?
its a nice thought, but logistcly it doesnt wokr for me.
Originally posted by fls13
reply to post by ProfEmeritus
This is pretty big, documentation that backs up long standing claims. Very significant in my view!