posted on Sep, 14 2009 @ 01:31 AM
Quite a while ago I posted a thread in which I attempted to make a case for the existence of at least one man-made, in this instance American,
My evidence consisted of a number of reasonable quality Google Earth images obtained in the northern section of the Papoose mountains range of Nevada,
located approximately 28 kms north-east of the main Area 51 complex.
In my opinion, these images were of sufficient detail to show beyond a reasonable doubt that the saucer/disc object was most likely artificial and a
From careful observation and analysis of the disc images, the indication was that this object was undergoing structural repairs at the time the image
was taken. These repairs most likely were undertaken as a direct result of the saucer /disc object impacting the ground, possibly due to some kind of
malfunction, resulting in significant damage to a major section of the object.
By judicious application of zoom and minimal enhancement, I was able to demonstrate mechanical activity/repairs in progress and also to highlight
certain details of the disc object to further substantiate the case for artificiality and construction.
Unfortunately however, that thread seemed to attract posters who were somewhat antagonistic to the claims being made and who actually went to great
trouble to discredit the observations and label the disc object as nothing more than a water hole in the process of drying up ... ridiculous as that
Anyway, because I feel so strongly regarding this disc/saucer object and believe that it provides reasonable evidence of the existence of at least one
man-made saucer/disc craft in the possession of the United States military, that I have decided to make another attempt at raising the awareness of
ATS members and to present my case (and supporting evidence) once more.
Let's start off by taking a look at the general area where this object was located.
Google Earth location:
37 27' 08.64"N
115 39' 16.16"W
As is immediately obvious, this area is very mountainous, rugged, isolated and especially dry making it extremely unlikely that the object is nothing
more than a misinterpreted drying out water hole.
Before we continue any further, let's put the "water hole" explanation to rest and locate some actual water holes in the area and compare
Water hole 1:
Water hole 2:
Water hole 3:
As was immediately apparent from the above 3 examples, except for a slight colour similarity, there was NO match in either the shapes, textures or
location exhibited by these water holes.
So, unless someone can produce a more convincing match, the "water hole" explanation is "all dried up" !
Now, let's start taking a closer look and see what shows up ...
In my opening statement, I mentioned that it was my belief that this disc object had sustained considerable structural damage when it impacted the
The following image highlights the area of damage sustained to the rim of the disc.
In this next image, I've highlighted 2 tower like structures ... both adjacent to the damaged rim and possibly involved in repairs.
From another angle, there is further indication of structural activity alongside the damaged section of rim.
In the following image, there is a dark area located centrally on the disk and may be some kind of device.
I've increased the brightness and gamma to help make the dark device like area in the central area of the disk stand out a bit better. It gives
indication of having structure and 3 dimensionality.
In the following image, you can see immediately that the disc is artificial due to the indented geometrical construct on the upper hull surface.
Here we see another indication of artificiality ... an obvious hatch that is in the raised, open position.
In this image, the indentation and hatch can be seen ... also the disc has obvious VERTICAL thickness along the rim, again indicating that this IS a
As well as being in the open position, there is a perfectly delineated track of churned up soil leading directly away from the hatch.
Here's another image showing the geometrical indentation, the open hatch and the dirt track originating at the hatch and leading away.
As an additional reason why this could NOT be a water hole, note the parallel sides of the crater. Naturally occurring water holes rarely exhibit
linear features such as in this case.
Continued next post ...