posted by RRRGroup at
Sunday, July 31, 2011
I was naively surprised that in reading the first few sentences there was no if or perhaps inserted in the postulates leading up to the main body of the revelation that the development of a memory metal would be advantageous yet remains elusive.The lack of these qualifiers says a great deal that is unstated in terms of 1. finding a pattern of structure in a narrative and 2. Tying the narrative to a metal that was found at Roswell. As far as number 2, a metal that can be easily crumbled does not make a airframe usable under extreme atmospheric pressures and so it have the capability to regain it's shape seems like a red herring. A point that has no applicable purpose. Of course if you can change the molecular structure of the crystal lattices of the metal "on the fly" , then an internal molecular memory is not required and of course a loss of aerodynamics would ensue during the morphing process as far as any atmospheric lift and stability were concerned. So the inference is that this metal does "not yet exist" yet is in development for decades, and these two qualifiers in turn leads to a chain of evidence to Roswell seems as malleable as the theoretical metal as well as it's theoretical use. Again the lack of if or perhaps in the text says a great deal.
By Bruce Duensing, at Sunday, July 31, 2011
P.SThe work that is much further along in the development stages are materials that repair themselves rather than reverting back to a preformed structural arrangement, which in the case of air combat or punctures, crumbling versus the rigidity of the airfoil or lifting stability..well, if it crumbles on a work bench, you've got an immediate problem 20,000 feet above the earth.
Lets us give AJB credit for introducing new ideas into Roswell and for keeping the ETH case going. I am not technically qualified to refute him on morphing metal, but will only say that as far as proving ET involvement at Roswell, he might as well try to trisect an angle using ruler & compass. A piece of trivia: Coral Lorenzen was a woman. Another lesser piece of trivia. Not everyone accepts what Richard Weaver says or writes due to the fact that he is, or was, in the disinformation business. But when all is said and done, AJB might, just might, have a valid thesis. However, I notice that RR has put the word "research" in quotes to introduce AJB's article.
By cda, at Sunday, July 31, 2011
Ah....CDA...Those quotation marks of mine: a grammatical fetish....more or less.RR
By RRRGroup, at Sunday, July 31, 2011
It is worth pointing out that though AJB argues his case persuasively and seems to accept it as fact that the discovery of Nitinol was inspired by, and due to, the strange 'morphing' material found at Roswell, he has not yet produced a single research paper or document on the discovery of Nitinol that mentions the word 'Roswell'. Why not? Is he telling us that all such papers were carefully edited to expunge any mention of Roswell? Or is it that all those who produced such papers were unaware (by being out of the information loop) that the Roswell crash occurred? So what is your answer, Tony?
By cda, at Tuesday, August 02, 2011
CDA-I will give you my answer:You do not understand how official secrecy in this country works. Perhaps it is because you are not from here. Such material would be so highly classified that it would be denied –and denied to- anyone without Need to Know. Do you understand the secrecy classification system in the US? Do you know what SCI means?And how truly naïve of you to think that official papers of this nature would ever be accessible to the public on the most sensitive matter in all of history.AJB
By RRRGroup, at Wednesday, August 03, 2011
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