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Re: Roswell 'Hieroglyph' Controversy - Tonnies

From: Mac Tonnies <macbot@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 18:09:50 -0700 (PDT)
Fwd Date: Fri, 07 Jun 2002 13:33:52 -0400
Subject: Re: Roswell 'Hieroglyph' Controversy - Tonnies


Roswell "Hieroglyph" Controversy
by Mac Tonnies

see http://mactonnies.com/ufos.html

In July, 1947, an excited Maj. Jesse Marcel awoke his wife and
son, Jesse Marcel, Jr., to view what he believed to be pieces
from a crashed "flying saucer." Marcel, Jr., now a doctor,
recreated the "glyphs" he saw along the inside of a seemingly
metallic I-beam. He describes the figures as being between a
quarter of an inch to a half an inch in width:

[image]

In later years, the Air Force advanced the hypothesis that the
debris scavenged by Maj. Marcel in 1947 was the remains of a
Project Mogul balloon train (essentially a weather balloon, but
equipped to detect acoustic effects in the upper atmosphere
caused by Russian atomic bomb testing). Project chief Charles
Moore recalls that the I-beams used were held together with
"novelty tape" that featured three-inch flower-like designs.
Asked to draw the Mogul designs, Moore produced the following:

[image]

The recreations above are drawn to scale. As noted by some
ufologists, the likeness is tenuous at best. If the designs
witnessed by Marcel weren't the designs described by Moore, then
it's plausible that the official explanation for them is in
error and that an unconventional aircraft of some sort indeed
crashed near Roswell in 1947.

Not long ago I read Gary Zukav's "The Dancing Wu Li Masters," an
introduction to quantum theory. While reading about electron
cloud density, I was startled to come across a series of
illustrations featuring designs extremely similar (and in at
least one case identical) to those recalled by Marcel. The
diagrams in question were taken from a textbook on quantum
physics, and represented various forms taken on by electron
clouds in hydrogen atoms.

I immediately wondered if there was a link between Marcel's I-
beam recreation and the hydrogen diagrams. If so, what were
quantum mechanical graphics doing in the New Mexico desert in
1947...?




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