Take a look at this amazing article I found on UFO Digest and written by Anthony Bragalia.
“A research study that has recently been obtained through FOIA offers stunning confirmation that Wright-Patterson Air Force base contracted Battelle Memorial Institute to analyze material from a crashed UFO at Roswell in 1947. Remarkably, the co-author of this very metals study is the same scientist who decades ago had confessed that he had examined extraterrestrial metal from a crashed UFO while he was a research scientist at Battelle! This just-received document also reveals that another one of its metallurgist authors reported directly to a Battelle scientist who was conducting secret UFO studies for the USAF. It appears that the study represents first-ever attempts in creating highly novel and advanced Titanium alloys. Some of these alloys were later associated with the development of “memory metal” of the type reported as crash debris at Roswell.
This 1949 Battelle research study had never before been publicly available until earlier this month. Its release was compelled under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA.) It was sought because references to it had been found as footnotes within later military-sponsored studies on shape-memory alloys such as Nitinol. It was previously believed to be “missing” because both Battelle and Wright historians were unable to locate it. Earlier research had revealed a paper trail that led from Roswell to Wright Patterson, to the doors of Battelle- and to this 1949 study.”
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In his latest article, Anthony Bragalia claims that recently discovered documents have revealed that following the alleged Roswell UFO crash in 1947 the government initiated studies on a new mystery material known as ‘memory metal’.
“Newly discovered documents reveal that in the months immediately following the purported 1947 UFO crash at Roswell, secret government studies began on a material that was previously unknown to science.”
Read more about this on Anthony’s blog
Thanks to Unexplained Mysteries for the heads-up!
UFO investigators held a press conference at the Roswell Civic and Convention Center on Thursday to announce that they found … something. The investigation took place where some eyewitnesses claim to have seen the crash of something lysterious in 1947.
“At this point, we don’t know what it was or why it was there,” said UFO investigator Chuck Zukowski. “I don’t want to speculate.”
“We want to announce to the world that this stuff needs further analysis,” explained Dr. Bill Doleman, a retired archaeologist who supervised the dig where the items were found.
The artifacts were discovered in 2002 during a dig sponsored by the Sci Fi Channel, at a site where some eyewitnesses say a mysterious craft ricocheted off the ground in 1947.
The items that Doleman found most interesting were some orange blobs of material. Assaigai Analytical Laboratories Inc. in Albuquerque found that they were modacrylic adhesive, a heat-resistant synthetic copolymer. The Union Carbide Corporation was the first to produce modacrylic fiber in 1949.
Read the full story at the Roswell Daily Record.
This is the archived audio of Whispers which is broadcast live on Wednesday’s at 8PM EST on AM 1600 in Wheeling, WV. It is a paranormal themed radio show hosted by Jordan Cline and Nick Queen and tends to be interview-based. Topics range from ghosts to cryptozoology to UFOs, as well as others that fall into the general paranormal realm.
On this episode, broadcast live on August 27 on 1600 AM, Nick, Jordan and Lola talk briefly with Dan Brown, operator of the Toy and Plastic Brick Museum in Bellaire, OH. From September 5th through the 7th he will be attempting to earn a World Record for World’s Largest Castle made of LEGOs.
The main guest tonight is Stanton Friedman. Stanton is the author of Flying Saucers and Science, Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience. The True Story of the Worldâs First Documented Alien Abduction with Kathleen Marden, TOP SECRET/MAJIC, and CRASH AT CORONA: The Definitive Story of The Roswell Incident. He is the original civilian investigator of the Roswell Incident and considered by many as a living legend in the field of Ufology.