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(Skyopen) An Interesting Find

From: William Hamilton <skywatcher22@earthlink.net>
Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 18:18:04 -0700
Fwd Date: Sun, 18 Apr 1999 01:26:39 -0400
Subject: (Skyopen) An Interesting Find


I have recently posted the results of a metal analysis that was
done on a fragment of silicon sent to me by Michael Wolf.  I
still have a major portion of this fragment.

Today, while shopping in Pasadena, Ca. I saw a number of stones
in bins for sale in one of the stores.

My attention was immediately drawn to the bin of silicon they
had for sale.  I bought one of the silicon fragments for one
dollar.

I have now compared it to the sample sent by Michael and they
are identical in appearance, weight, and feel.

This leads me to believe that Michael or someone he knows could
have purchased a handful of the same kind of fragments and then
presented them as remnants of a spacecraft.

It is highly unlikely that such remnants would have that same
appearance and feel.

It becomes increasingly unlikely that Michael Wolf has divulged
the real source of the silicon fragments which throws a long
shadow over much of what he has said so far.

Sincerely,

--
Bill Hamilton
Executive Director
Skywatch International, Inc.
Website: home.earthlink.net/~skywatcher22




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