posted on Aug, 25 2009 @ 01:49 AM
Originally posted by chunder
reply to post by internos
The "proofs" of what - that Battelle were carrying out investigation on the metallic properties of material recovered from the crash of a weather
They don't exist - you know that - and the story as it stands will never stack up. What there might be though is a verifiable snippet alluding to a
bigger picture that missed the censor.
Linking the snippets will ultimately be more productive than any amount of you tube footage, IMO. Claims will never be proven unless backed up by
authenticated documentation, which at least we have some of here.
So why did Wright Patterson contract Battelle to carry out these studies - could have been run of the mill stuff for all I know, new alloys for
manufacturing more effective weather balloons ?
What I see, looking at the FOIA document, does not look like investigation of a particular "sample" but rather general tests of many different
material combinations, trying to find one with good properties.
Notwithstanding that what we are looking for could still be in the missing pages, I notice that they were investigating titanium and its properties in
many different mixes with several different compounds.
In fact the original story alledges that this was where the TiNi compound originated, but I find on page -68- of the FOIA document the statement: "As
indicated previously, the data do not justify further investi- gation of binary titanium-germanium or titanium-nickel alloys."
It looks to me like (for whatever reason) they did not find reason to persue NiTi alloys. If they had an original sample they had analysed which was
nickel-titanium, they would not be giving up on that choice.
If they had an original sample as a reference point, they would naturally try to use that as a starting point and concentrate on variations of that
alloy until they found the best composition, processing temperature, etc.
I was excited by the original pronouncement, but having read the FOIA paper that was released, I am no longer excited. If there was analysis of a
piece of Roswell (or other) alien material, this particular paper does not reflect it. Saying it did would only be wishful thinking an my part.
So we have to keep looking.
[edit on 25-8-2009 by sandortkassar]