On Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at 9:18:12 PM UTC-5, John Clark wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 7:25 PM, <agrays...@gmail.com <javascript:>> 
> wrote:
> *​> ​You and other skeptics should be demanding release of material from 
>> which Project Mogul balloons were made,*
>  ​We already know what they were make of, surplus junk from a toy 
> company. 
> ​From: 
> ​
> http://muller.lbl.gov/teaching/physics10/Roswell/USMogulReport.html

*The problem, of course, is that the material examined by Marcel's second 
in command of intelligence at Roswell (first witness in video), and I 
believe his son as well (must check that when I have time), report 
properties suggestive of extra terrestrial origin.  I am unwilling to 
simply dismiss these reports in favor of the government's version. 
Unfortunately, the government has a record of lying when it suits its 
purpose, which negatively impacts its credibility and likely contributes to 
the longevity of misleading conspiracy theories. AG*

> ​"
> *One of the most puzzling aspects of the reports that a "UFO" crashed near 
> Corona in 1947 were the later descriptions of "hieroglyphic-like" 
> characters by seemingly reliable, firsthand witnesses. Research has 
> revealed that the debris found on the ranch and displayed in General 
> Ramey's office probably did have strange characters. These, however, were 
> not hieroglyphics, but figures printed on the pinkish-purple tape used to 
> construct the radar targets used by the NYU group.*
> *The witnesses have recalled small pink/purple "flowers" that appeared to 
> be some sort of writing that couldn't be deciphered. These figures were 
> printed on tape that sealed the seams of the of the radar target. The radar 
> targets, sometimes called corner reflectors, had been manufactured during 
> or shortly after World War II, and due to shortages, the manufacturer, a 
> toy company, used whatever resources were available. This toy company used 
> plastic tape with pink/purple flowers and geometric designs in the 
> construction of its toys and, in a time of shortage, used it on the 
> government contract for the corner reflectors.*
> *Allegations have also been made that the debris displayed to the press on 
> July 8 and subsequently photographed was not the original wreckage; i.e., a 
> switch had occurred sometime after the debris left Roswell AAF.​ However, 
> statements made by Moore and Trakowski attested that the corner reflectors 
> they launched during that period had the same flowers and figures that were 
> later reported by Marcel, Cavitt, and Brazel as being on the debris found 
> on the Foster ranch in Corona.*
> *In fact, Trakowski distinctly remembered the figures on the tape because, 
> when the targets first were produced, much fanfare was made over the use of 
> a toy manufacturer for production. He related that a fellow USAAF officer, 
> John E. Peterson, monitored the procurement of the targets and "thought it 
> was the biggest joke in the world that they had to go to a toy 
> manufacturer" to make the radar targets and an "even a bigger joke when. 
> the reflecting material on the balsa frames was some kind of a pinkish 
> purple tape with hearts and flowers​"*
>> *​> ​if for no other reason than to finally put the Roswell crash 
>> scenario to bed.*
> ​Crackpot conspiracy can never EVER be put to bed, they were not created 
> by logic so logic can not destroy them. 
> John K Clark ​

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