Roswell, N.M.; Did a space ship crash near here in l947? Debris found following a terrific thunderstorm, that was almost impossible to bend or break, leads me to wonder if the material might be the same as the recently discovered eME.
eME may be another piece in the puzzle of what really happened in Roswell? Was the event real or not? eME is a derivative of copper. It is stronger than steel or lithium, so durable that an electric car made of it would have a battery that could go cross-country with no recharge.
I toured the Alien Museum years ago when it was located in an old theater. It’s still open. When I saw the exhibits of deathbed statements of several participants, they were shown on carbon copies of the originals. After the ship crashed in a farm field, two men on horseback checking stock found debris, picked some of it up to study and a few days told the local radio station and newspaper.
Two days after the news was out, the U.S. government issued a press release saying it was a weather balloon, but years later admitted the cover-up. These are facts: the local mortician was asked to provide two child-sized coffins; the rancher who made the discovery suddenly had money enough to move to a larger ranch in Texas; a U.S. scientist revealed that he was asked to create a space ship (his designs were shown at the museum along with a video of the secret government underground lab); the Army nurse, who said she had been present at the autopsies, disappeared.
What makes something fact or fiction? The debate lives on with the Roswell crash having six versions. UFO sightings were frequent in the late l940-50’s. They have disappeared from media or interest just like the UFO’s. However, eME may bring the Roswell story back to life. The material, brought back by the processing of copper into a thin metal, once too expensive to commercially produce, may become viable.
The attributes of eME to toughen dams, bridges, cars, planes, batteries, smart phones. is touted as something bigger than the Internet. Ottowa Creek somewhere in Canada has a mining company with permits to begin mining 119 acres of material in 2018.