Roswell witness talking about material Jesse Marcel “piece of metal that looked like a cigarette foil wrap but was so strong sledgehammer seemed to bounce off”

Generate New Template

public (1567) , uap (1561) , disclosure (1383) , ufo (1296) , transparency (1220) , government (1066) , information (1011) , disinformation (943) , ufos (919) , campaign (862) , congress (769) , people (678) , phenomena (648) , national (632) , urge (586) , issue (565) , regarding (565) , unidentified (561) , security (538) , truth (506) , american (506) , support (503) , potential (498) , know (477) , trust (469) , uaps (467) , writing (462) , accountability (461) , time (424) , scientific (410) , intelligence (381) , understanding (370) , act (363) , rep (357) , members (354) , defense (331) , action (314) , efforts (311) , research (310) , committee (309) , objects (302) , related (301) , legislation (297) , house (290) , secrecy (288) , oversight (286) , template (283) , ndaa (282) , concern (280) , being (274) ,

Just recently watched a why files episode about roswell and the witness Jesse Marcel describes the object as a piece of metal that was as thick as cigarette foil but so strong it couldn’t be bent and a sledgehammer would bounce off it. Now MIT just came out with this “MIT chemical engineers have created a new material that is stronger than steel and as light as plastic” could it be the same material? Possibly the NHI reverse engineering that grusch talked about.. Thought some might find this interesting.

Edit: fixed part of the post from looked like cigarette foil to the thickness comparison.

submitted by /u/Big_Understanding348
[link] [comments] 

Read More