Roswell Revealed: The New Scientific Breakthrough Into the Controversial UFO Crash of 1947

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Something crashed in the desert not far from Roswell, New Mexico, on the night of July 2, 1947, after being hit by lightning, causing a massive explosion and scattering supertough and extremely lightweight materials over a vast area as it tried to speed away from the thunderstorm.

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) claims the wreckage found was a weather balloon made of aluminium foil and other ordinary materials, whereas any so-called "victims" are ...

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Overview

Something crashed in the desert not far from Roswell, New Mexico, on the night of July 2, 1947, after being hit by lightning, causing a massive explosion and scattering supertough and extremely lightweight materials over a vast area as it tried to speed away from the thunderstorm.

The U.S. Air Force (USAF) claims the wreckage found was a weather balloon made of aluminium foil and other ordinary materials, whereas any so-called "victims" are allegedly nothing more than ordinary dummies used in the experiment.

Witnesses disagree saying the extremely lightweight and super-tough nature of the materials is supporting a much faster moving flying object and something that was not man-made. Furthermore, the victims looked too real and not of the usual human or other familiar earthly humanoid animal we are familiar with, while the object itself is described as disc-shaped.

Now new scientific information has emerged regarding the dark-grey shape-memory metallic Roswell foil sent to Wright-Patterson AFB for analysis. And it will challenge any secret military experiment explanation. In fact, we can now present, on the basis if probabilities, how likely witnesses' saw what it is they have claimed after all this time.

So what exactly does the USAF have hidden away from the public to this day?

Note to readers: This is the B&W version. A full colour version is also available for purchasing.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780957735002
  • Publisher: Sunrise Information Service Pty, Limited
  • Publication date: 5/28/2012
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.79 (d)

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SUNRISE Information Services (SUNRISE) is a private research center aimed at producing original, stable, interesting and easy-to-read educational and research information for the global community, while uncovering new and original knowledge.
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    Roswell Revealed - The Scientific Breakthrough into the Controversial UFO Crash of 1947 by SUNRISE Information Services explores the two hypotheses regarding the Roswell incident and the wreckage of a flying object that was found: was it or wasn’t it a man-made aircraft? And was it or wasn’t it used for secret U.S. military experiments? The book starts with the stories of the eye witnesses who found this controversial shape-memory metallic alloy. While witnesses couldn’t identify this material, officials stated that it was nothing more than aluminum foil and the wreckage was a weather balloon.  The book carries readers through the possible science behind such a material that could be a titanium based alloy. There are a few chapters dedicated to further research about when an interest in this alloy started, whether it was before or after 1947, the year Roswell incident occurred. 

    Roswell Revealed - The Scientific Breakthrough into the Controversial UFO Crash of 1947 is a complex book delving deep into this controversial subject. It is packed with scientific explanations and evidence on what the mysterious alloy could or couldn’t be and what its chemical structure would look like, something the scientific world as well as science enthusiasts will find captivating. Well written and presenting pertinent opinions supporting each theory, the book is interesting to read demonstrating thorough research. I particularly enjoyed the penultimate chapter in which the authors explain why the scientists may favor one or the other of the two hypotheses, while keeping an open mind should more evidence come to light.

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