From: Stig_Agermose@online.pol.dk (Stig Agermose) Date: Mon, 20 Oct 1997 00:15:19 +0100 Fwd Date: Sun, 19 Oct 1997 20:01:31 -0400 Subject: Re: ACC: Remarkable Update By Bob Wol Dennis Stacy writes: >Date: Sat, 18 Oct 1997 22:14:48 -0500 (CDT) >To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <firstname.lastname@example.org> >From: Dennis <email@example.com> [Dennis Stacy] >Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: ACC: Remarkable Update By Bob Wolf >>From: Stig_Agermose@online.pol.dk (Stig Agermose) >>To: firstname.lastname@example.org >>Date: Sat, 18 Oct 1997 12:45:50 +0100 >>Subject: ACC: Remarkable Update By Bob Wolf >>Found at: >>http://www.sightings.com/ufo/accandloseufo.htm >>************************** >>SIGHTINGS >>=BF >>ACC/Transistor Origin Update >>and Did the Air Force >>LOSE a UFO?! >>by Bob Wolf >>10-17-97 >>(Note: The following key points were edited from >>Bob Wolf's lengthy ACC update by Stig Agermose) ><snip, snip, snip and more snip> >As far as I'm concerned, Bob Wolf might as well go bark up some >other tree. >If he wants to attribute everything from the transistor and the >Rolling Stones to extraterrestrial technology recovered at >Roswell, then more power to him, may he sleep well at night, >etc., etc. (And as if it made any difference.) >Some of us prefer to get on with our terribly mundane (and >terrestrial) lives. >And why are we arguing about a 1947-48 issue, anyway, when Corso >the Conqueror didn't even claim to have appeared on the scene >until 1961? On the one hand, Wolf and others have US scientists >cracking the transistor code in a matter of days or months, >whereas Corso tells us most secrets weren't cracked until two >decades later -- after he miraculously arrived on the scene and >took up the arduous task of enlightening mankind. >Don't you people realize when you're being had? When will you >stand up and resist rampant rumor and innuendo and *demand* >incontrovertible proof of every and anything? >Never mind. >Dennis In relation to similar, though not identical, allegations on American Computer's Roswell webpage, this quote from Corso's book is particularly relevant (p.177f): "General Trudeau and I had quickly established our routine in early 1961, and our categorization of how we did our jobs seemed to be working. Night vision was under development at Fort Belvoir, and researchers who worked with us had made sure that the silicon wafer had gotten to their colleagues at Bell Labs and assured us that a new generation of transistorized circuitry was already finding its way into development. The silicon chips were a covert reintroduction to the people at Bell Labs because the initial introduction of the integrated-circuit chips from the Roswell crash had reached defense contractors as early as 1947 in the weeks after the material reached Wright Field. A similar history of introduction and reintroduction had occurred with stimulated-energy radiation, a weapon that early analysts believed they were looking at in the wreckage of the Roswell craft. Since directed-energy radiation was a technology we'd already deployed in World War II, seeing what they thought was a super-advanced version of that technology, so advanced as to be in a completely different realm, so excited the analysts at Wright Field that they wanted to get it out to their research scientists as quickly as possible, which they did. And by the early 1950's, a version of stimulated-energy radiation had found its way into the scientific community, which was developing new products around the process of microwave generation." Corso then goes on to explain in detail how the stimulated-enery radiation device of the craft tallied with the theories behind the microwave oven e.g. - the first commercial ones being produced by Raytheon in Massachusetts in 1947 "before any dissemination of either intelligence or material from the Roswell craft had occurred" - and the way the introduction and reintroduction of the Roswell technology ultimately resulted in the laser.
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