posted on Jun, 20 2013 @ 10:43 AM
reply to post by EViLKoNCEPTz
While I can't offer up how they determined it was "perfectly round" I can say that when anything emits heat, it does so in a radius, regardless of
the shape of the object, it radiates in a circular fashion around it. Being that it was a cube, and registered 2 to 3 roentgens per hour "around the
lake" on a Geiger counter, it would be producing a high enough amount of BTU's to create the round hole, and though it says perfectly round, it also
claims the sides were surrounded by slush.
Bearing in mind that if the area around the lake was measuring that high, the object in question would probably have registered about 1.5 to 2 times
higher, and thus, hotter. The black object put in the van was probably a lead case to prevent further radiation exposure to the men. Personally, I
am curious how long the object was, being that all he saw was that it was one foot square, but couldn't see its depth, for all we know it could have
been a few feet long, and nobody describes the dimensions of the black object being placed in the van.
Sadly, this raises more questions than it answers, and since it happened so long ago, even first hand sources would be unreliable. Interesting story