Anomalies Found in Roswell
David E. Twichell c. 2004
Linda Moulton Howe, UFO investigator and author, submitted a piece of metal to
biophysicist W. C. Levengood, of Grass Lake, Michigan,
for analysis. The metallic fragment is
alleged to have come from the debris field of the famous Roswell,
New Mexico UFO crash of 1947.
Electron Microscope and EDS (Electron Dispersive Spectroscopy) studies it was
shown that the metal was composed of contiguous layers of pure bismuth (Bi) and
layers of magnesium (Mg) containing between 2-3 percent zinc (Zn). The Electron Microscope images disclosed that
Bi layers are in the range of 1-4 microns thick and the Mg layers 100-200
microns in thickness. When examined in
cross section, it was apparent that the layers were not smooth and straight but
rather contained micro-undulations.
“One of the
visits during Linda’s Odyssey was at the Carnegie Institute, Department of
Terrestrial Magnetism, where she arranged for an Ion Microprobe – Isotope
analysis of the Bi/Mg sample. In the
final report by Dr. Erik Hauri, there are two findings, which stand out as
being highly anomalous.
Bi/Mg sample gave a rate of emission of Mg (+) ions, which was over 60
times the rate from the pure Mg metal standard.
- In the
Bi layer the isotope ratio of mass, 208/206, was 2.72. It was pointed out that this ratio is
consistent with the known isotope composition of lead (Pb).
presence of lead in the Bi layer was suggested as being due to some type of
contamination. This, however, can be
eliminated as cause of this unusual isotopic ratio in Bi, the reason being, no
Pb was detected in the EDS studies. This
ion probe work indicates unusual molecular structures in both the Bi and Mg
layers. Therefore, it can be concluded
that the make-up of this material is far from the ‘standard’ compositions.”
studies at Levengood’s Pinelandia Biophysical Laboratory in Grasslake,
MI, uncovered other anomalies connected
with the strange metal. Levengood noted
a chemical reaction in the sample when subjecting it to a “Charge Density
Pulse” test (CDP). The method employed
was via a patented device developed by himself and Dr. John L. Gedye for the
purpose of detecting very subtle, self-organized groups of “charge density
pulses” which are within all living systems.
(*) “Further evidence of a
possible chemical reaction became apparent when a very active bubble formation
was noted within about three minutes after introducing a 90 mg. Bi/Mg sample
into the water. If indeed a chemical
reaction is taking place we have another very anomalous situation. The Handbook of Chemistry and Physics lists
Bi, Mg and Zn as being insoluble (non-reactive) in water.
“Repeated trials of
placing the Bi/Mg samples in water consistently disclosed the presence of
bubble emission within a very short time after submerging in water. It was surprising to find that bubble
emission continued for days. Since the
bubbles are an indication that a chemical reaction is taking place, it would be
expected that reaction products would be present in the base water. If Mg is being oxidized, a milky precipitate
of MgO particles should be formed (a very common industrial compound). Instead, the water in which the reaction took
place remained as clear and free of particles as in the initial state.”
Levengood tested the metal fragment for
the presence of hydrogen by putting a sample in a flask with a weak solution of
acetic acid. Immediately the fragment
began to bubble as in water. The top of
the flask was covered with a double layer of saran wrap. After twenty minutes, the covering was
removed and a flame was introduced to the mouth of the flask. The result was a very loud, active explosion
inside the flask and at the opening, indicating the presence of a high
concentrate of hydrogen. This result was
repeated in subsequent tests and filmed by his associate, Ms. Marilyn Ruben.
(*) “If a sample of the Bi/Mg metal is left in the weak acetic acid until
the bubbling stops (usually within a couple of hours) it would be expected that
reaction products would be found in the acid solution. It was astounding to find that the liquid was
still as clear as when first placed in the flask and the only other visible
material was very thin, black, spongy flakes from the Bi inter-layers. This experimental sequence was repeated a
number of times and in every case the results were the same. The fact that very fine Bi particles remained
in the solution clearly indicates that this element acted as a catalyst in the
“By comparing the mass of the
Bi flakes left in the solution with the total mass of the Bi/Mg particle, it
was determined from a number of repeat experiments that between 94% and 96% of
the total mass of the original sample was still unaccounted for.”
The question, as to the origin
of this strange metallic fragment, remains.
Many fragments, allegedly found at the Roswell crash site in 1947, have reportedly slipped
through the cracks of the Army/Air force’s tight security grid. Could this particular fragment be one of
W.C. Levengood observed in his thesis on the
metal; “the high, active output of the hydrogen gas in these reactions, bring
to mind obvious applications for use as hydrogen fuel cells. A rapid and complete reaction takes place
without leaving behind reaction products which can interfere with the reaction
and poison the system.”
Could the fragment in question
be from an advanced hydrogen propulsion system?
Was it indeed recovered from the debris field of a downed exotic craft
from elsewhere in the cosmos? In seeking
the answers, even more questions have been posed.
One fact that, to date, is not in question is
that the unusual properties of this alloy remains a mystery to Levengood, as
well as many other top-notch scientists who have examined it. An alloy comprised of different elements is
not found in nature. It is forged by
intelligent beings. After many years of
testing, science is unable to determine the basis for this particular alloy’s
composition . . . let alone duplicate it!
David E. Twichell. http://www.ufoimplications.com
Excerpt from “Anomalous Energy Transformations in a Bi/Mg Layered
Metal.” A copyrighted scientific
publication by W.C. Levengood.
“Is Bovine Hemoglobin The Smoking Gun in Cattle Mutilation Cases?” Ó 2005
by David E. Twichell
Biophysical Study of Two Bovine Excision Sites at Christmas
Valley, Oregon, 2002. © 2002 by
W.C. Levengood. All Rights Reserved.
in Patterns of Energy Distributions at Worldwide Bovine Excision Sites” Ó 2006 by
W.C. Levengood. All Rights Reserved.
Linda Moulton Howe. http://www.earthfiles.com
Eyes” by Helen Littrell and Jean Bilodeaux (Wild Flower Press, © 2005.)
excerpts from reports and articles were reprinted with permission.
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