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Originally posted by Rubicant13
reply to post by DrZrD
Dr. Hynek's examination of the sphere was excluded. The reason I believe it was is because he himself never examined it. The link that you provided states that he met with the blue ribbon panel in New Orleans. Nowhere does it state that he examined it.
Originally posted by AthlonSavage
Its twin set of non concentric magnetic poles and its ability to move back to a origin point once displaced. Ok this might be part of a Gyroscope on gravemetric space craft. Probably faulty so they jettisoned it. The materials its constructed from have an earthly origin. So no aliens involved. Just nice piece of Area51 technology.
Originally posted by NoExpert
Here's a newspaper article from around the time on the 'sphere.'
Originally posted by BASSPLYR
Interesting thread OP. you've been coming up with some good stuff lately. I haven't been able to find much on the web these days. So thank you for keeping it interesting for me and submitting some good stories.
This thing is interesting. It doesn't seem dangerous. It emits no radiation. has weird magnetic poles. And when rolled like a boomerang it comes back to the person who rolled it. For some reason I keep getting the mental image that this is some alien child's version of a toy or something. Maybe a companion probe that would hover around keeping the kid entertained and when it broke the vacationing aliens just left it behind. EIther that or some florida panthers ate the alien family and the poor orb couldn't do anything to help. eventually ran out of power and was found where it pooped out.edit on 10-8-2012 by BASSPLYR because: (no reason given)