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Originally posted by Tnewguy
Seriously? A high-speed scientific experiment on alien materials. With a .50 cent lighter?
Come on man, that's why they don't take the real believers serious.
Originally posted by airspoon
reply to post by juice656
I don't see anything here that is convincing me beyond any doubt that this piece was either from the Roswell incident, or that it is of ET origin. Judging by your title, I was expecting something a little more.
Edited to add:
The one guy even says that he is basing his assumption on a "gut-feeling".
[edit on 26-7-2010 by airspoon]
Originally posted by juice656
This is the proof and evidence that science has been waiting for, REAL SCIENTIFIC PROOF EXAMINED IN ONE OF THE BEST LABS IN THE US, LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LAB. They examined the piece of debris that was taken from an Army Airfield Staff Sgt. in 1947 in Roswell, New Mexico who volunteered to clean up the crashsite. It has been examined and in conclusion, it is of Extraterrestrial Origin!
Roger Lier's Experience With The Roswell Debris
Scientific Evidence of Roswell Debris (Los Alamos Lab Tests)
Hands-on Roswell Debris and Tests
What more proof do skeptics want? We have pilot, astronaut, government agency/intelligence agencies, police officers, military witnesses...etc. testamonies, documents, national archives, video evidence, photographic evidence, radar evidence, ancient carvings from thousands of years ago (B.C.).
Is there any proof we need to confirm this "Conspiracy" is real?
Originally posted by Unknown Soldier
Most of us know a alien craft went down in Roswell and corona new mexico.
Dr. VernonClark said that tests run by himself, and a separate set of tests run by other scientists at another institution, confirmed that isotopic ratios of several constituent elements in the sample object were very far different from expected terrestrial values. On this basis, he said, he was obliged to conclude the object could not have occurred on earth.
Most chemical elements exist in two or more isotopic forms. An element is defined by its unique number of protons, but its isotopes differ in having more or less neutrons. In the language of chemistry, each proton and neutron has a weight of one; thus, an isotope with more neutrons weighs more than an isotope with less. Extremely sensitive tests can discern these differences in atomic weight, and thus determine the relative percentage of differing isotopes in a given sample.
Furthermore, it is generally agreed that the ratio of isotopic weights for any given element occurring on earth will always be the same, within a very small margin of variance (about 1%). It is thought that these fixed isotopic ratios might be a product of the original formation of elements during the earliest phase of our solar system, as it gradually organized out of the so-called solar nebula. Thus, even elements on Mars should have very nearly the same isotopic ratios as elements on earth.
Dr. VernonClark reported findings on five constitutent elements in the sample. These elements were silicon, silver, nickel, zinc and germanium. In every case, he said, the isotopic ratios varied from the expected norm by an astonishing degree. He said he was almost unable to believe his own results, but concluded he must be right when a second, thus far unnamed, laboratory turned in almost identical findings.
For example, VernonClark reported the test results for silicon, which was found to comprise over 99% of the total sample. In terrestrial silicon there are three stable isotopes: silicon 28, 29, and 30. In normal silicon, isotope 28 will comprise 92% of any sample, but in the tested sample it was only 27%. In normal silicon, isotope 29 is 5%, but in the sample it was 43%. In normal silicon, isotope 30 is 3%, but in the sample it was 30%. According to VernonClark, these huge variances are unheard of in terrestrial elements.