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The UFO Phenomenon

How the Roswell crash happened

August 5, 2010 | Comment icon 120 comments



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Anthony Bragalia investigates a series of events that could have caused the UFO crash at Roswell in 1947.
Many rightly wonder why an ET vehicle with the ability to traverse light years through the cosmos would arrive all the way to Earth - only to crash in New Mexico. How is it that an interplanetary people with such advanced aerial technology could come to such grief on the July-baked desert floor? Why did the Roswell craft fall in the first place? A review and analysis of the 1947 incident reveals a unique "confluence of events" that may well have led to the crash.


Source: UFO Iconoclast(s) | Comments (120)


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Comment icon #111 Posted by badeskov 12 years ago
Badeskov, et al: Please check out "Battelle, Roswell & Memory Metal: The New Revelations" appearing at www.ufocon.blogspot.com today... Should answer many of your questions... Anthony Bragalia Bragalia, Thank you, I will offer you my comments soon. I have read through your piece a couple of times and I must say that I am not impressed. Frankly, in my humble point of view it offers excuses and obfuscation rather than answers, which to me further indicates the shakiness of the ground onto which this hypothesis is built. But I will detail that further and I might have to take it piecemeal. An... [More]
Comment icon #112 Posted by mcmchugh99 12 years ago
I like Lt. Haut. He was ordered by Colonel William Blanchard to release that sensational news story. After all, it was Colonel Blanchard who called Lt. Haut into his office in the first place. That would be my guess, too. I don't see a lieutenant issuing any kind of sensational press release like that without approval from his commander officer. That's one of the first things they teach everyone in the military "report what's going on to your chain of command." Maybe the meeting on July 8, 1947 really did take place just as Haut said, with Marcel, Blanchard, Ramey and DuBose there looking over... [More]
Comment icon #113 Posted by badeskov 12 years ago
Reading the entire article, a few gems stand out conspicuously. This one in particular Quite a claim there. Yes, but one that is necessary as if Nitinol's "official" history was correct, his whole house of cards comes down. Unfortunately, that is exactly what it does. There is nothing behind this claim but wishful thinking and the desire to make a rather mundane research effort into something very extraordinary. Followed by Hrrmzzz........ K Then .......... William Buehler along with Frederick Wang invented Nitinol, I am wondering who this "co-inventor" is? It is very telling when it is the un... [More]
Comment icon #114 Posted by skyeagle409 12 years ago
That would be my guess, too. I don't see a lieutenant issuing any kind of sensational press release like that without approval from his commander officer. That's one of the first things they teach everyone in the military "report what's going on to your chain of command." Lt. Haut had no authority to go over Colonel Blanchard's head with a story like that to the whole world. He would have been severely punished had he done so. Maybe the meeting on July 8, 1947 really did take place just as Haut said, with Marcel, Blanchard, Ramey and DuBose there looking over the wreckage, after which Blanchar... [More]
Comment icon #115 Posted by skyeagle409 12 years ago
If Blanchard ordered Haut to make the release to the AP, then that makes Marcel an outright liar, so best throw his testimony out the window altogether. And his sons too. After all, dear old Dad was his primary source of information. Falsehoods atributed to Marcel, were the fault of Bill Moore and Jamie Shandera. They were putting words in Marcel's mouth, words he had never spoken, a point which was made during an interview with Johnny Mann.
Comment icon #116 Posted by skyeagle409 12 years ago
A) The "indestructible" debris allegedly collected at Roswell could not be destroyed and when crumbled immediately "unfolded" back to it's original shape (is this correct, Psyche, I am getting confused by all these absurd claims flitting around). Why? The properties the material the Roswell witnesses were describing, fit the properties of today's memory metal, which we didn't have back then.
Comment icon #117 Posted by badeskov 12 years ago
Why? The properties the material the Roswell witnesses were describing, fit the properties of today's memory metal, which we didn't have back then. No, it doesn't. Nitinol needs energy applied to it return to it's original shape through heat. You basically have two different states the metal can be in, one is below the transitional temperature where you can shape and fold the metal as you like whereas when you heat it up you will change the crystal structure and it will come back to it's original shape. The problem is that if you start molding the metal above the transitional temperature you w... [More]
Comment icon #118 Posted by Czero 101 12 years ago
No, it doesn't. Nitinol needs energy applied to it return to it's original shape through heat. You basically have two different states the metal can be in, one is below the transitional temperature where you can shape and fold the metal as you like whereas when you heat it up you will change the crystal structure and it will come back to it's original shape. The problem is that if you start molding the metal above the transitional temperature you will ruin the crystal structure and the metal no longer retains it's original shape. So no, it does not fit the deions as put forth by the ETH propon... [More]
Comment icon #119 Posted by skyeagle409 12 years ago
No, it doesn't. Nitinol needs energy applied to it return to it's original shape through heat. But, they didn't apply any heat in regard to the Roswell material tro make the material return to its original shape.. Also, they couldn't cut it nor dent it.
Comment icon #120 Posted by skyeagle409 12 years ago
I predict that the response to the points you have brought up will be something along the lines of "the alien material is / was so advanced that, while we have been able to reproduce some of its properties, there are still many unknowns about it". Actually, the material that we produced, that even comes close, was a recent developement. Also note strong resemblance of described properties to recently developed titanium "super-metal" alloys. These are stronger than steel or standard titanium metal, uncuttable, untearable, undentable, and highly flexible with memory properties, exactly the physi... [More]


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