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Claimed UFO Crash Debris

  • Vulcanic
  • uploaded: Feb 20, 2009
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This thin piece of metallic "UFO debris" was collected from the New Mexico sands, near Roswell, by Chuck Wade. He sent it to Joshua P. Warren for tests in Feb. of 2009. In this informal session, the material is placed in a pie pan affixed to a Van De Graaff machine. Within this field of positive ions, the sample stands on end and spins clockwise with great stability.

When fellow researcher Will Beckwith hands Warren a "magic wand" made of ebony and snake wood, the UFO debris reacts. For more, see: www.JoshuaPWarren.com



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4 comments

  • Debris765nju#

    Debris765nju February 21, 2009 11:33:00 AM CET

    most excellent find! I added it to my Roswell debris video collection. thanks

  • Vulcanic#

    Vulcanic February 21, 2009 2:51:34 AM CET

    Within this field of positive ions, the sample stands on end and spins clockwise with great stability. When fellow researcher Will Beckwith hands Warren a "magic wand" made of ebony and snake wood, the UFO debris reacts. For more, see: http://www.JoshuaPWarren.com" title="www.JoshuaPWarren.com" rel="external nofollow">www.JoshuaPWarren.com

  • Craighaynes#

    Craighaynes February 21, 2009 2:10:05 AM CET

    Looks like a piece of magnetic metal,and since its on a magnetic generator its spinning like any magnetic metal would. Anyone could repeat this at home. Not from a ufo.

  • anonymous#

    anonymous February 21, 2009 12:24:49 AM CET

    A piece of low mass material exhibits electrostatic effects - this is as expected - not impressed. What is the material's composition? How does it rate with these properties; metallic, alloy, composite, laminar, crystalline, conduction (electrical and heat), melting point, SG, porosity or radioactivity?



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