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Re: Roswell Debris Sample Disappears En Route

From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2011 17:41:11 +0000
Archived: Fri, 09 Sep 2011 08:05:18 -0400
Subject: Re: Roswell Debris Sample Disappears En Route

>From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <post.nul>
>Date: Mon, 5 Sep 2011 19:37:38 -0700 (PDT)
>Subject: Re: Roswell Debris Sample Disappears En Route


Test Confirms Roswell Debris Is Not From Earth

First and foremost readers need to understand that one of the
staff writers for Open Minds interviewed Frank Kimbler and based
the misleading heading of the article on information provided
during the interview. I am in agreement with Mr. Kimbler's
desire to find physical evidence from the so-called crash site.

Yes, he did find a "burn area" on a Landsat image; went to the
area and pick up some artifacts from the area. He noted some
pieces he found looked shredded. A possible indication of an

Roswell's International UFO Museum decided to fund a first test
at New Mexico Tech in Socorro using a micro-probe. The test of
the samples resulted in contents of aluminum, silicon,
manganese, and copper alloy. All known earthy metals. The form
was unusual. It was a foil form. Based on my own research I
would say that form is within the realm of possibilities for a
terrestrial craft - although exotic.

Next, Kimbler took the samples to U of New Mexico Insti. of
Meteorites. Kimbler was not upfront with the unnamed "expert."
When Kimbler did reveal where the material was from, the
"expert" refused to run the tests. It should be noted that what
Kimbler told the lab expert is not disclosed in the article.. A
second unnamed "expert" at the same institute confirmed the
first results from NM Tech.

Then, Kimbler approached Bigelow Aerospace who expressed an
interest in determining the contents of Kimbler's samples. After
months, Bigelow showed little or no results. Instead, Kimbler
used Dr. Peter Sturrock's analysis of something called the
Ubatuba UFO fragment and Kimbler attempted to do a plot line.
His results were "either an analytical error or the material is
not from Earth."

Although it is necessary to have two or three labs agree with
the results, Kimbler - quoted in the article - leaps to the
conclusion that the aluminum is of unearthly origin and that the
aluminum in his samples was manufactured elsewhere, i.e., off

I can imagine at this point - with the first few testing results
- Kimbler is having trouble getting funding for more tests.

My question has been, after the Roswell Dig, what happened to
those samples. Now probably now totally deteriorated. It would
have been nice for a professional testing approach with those
samples as it would have meant that a comparison could have been
done. Another lost opportunity for real science in the field.
Or, is everybody afraid what the tests would reveal an Earthly


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