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Re: (Skyopen) An Interesting Find

From: Larry Hatch <larryhat@jps.net>
Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 13:47:26 -0700
Fwd Date: Wed, 21 Apr 1999 02:52:39 -0400
Subject: Re: (Skyopen) An Interesting Find


>From: Stan Friedman <fsphys@brunnet.net>
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
>Subject: Re: (Skyopen) An Interesting Find
>Date: Tue, 20 Apr 1999 07:45:57 -0300


>>Date: Sat, 17 Apr 1999 18:18:04 -0700
>>From: William Hamilton <skywatcher22@earthlink.net>
>>To: Skywatch Posting <skyopen@unix.ltlb.com>
>>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

>Bill Hamilton is to be congratulated for digging into this one.

>I wonder if there isn't a connection with the sample so loudly
>proclaimed by Derrel Simms as being Roswell Wreckage at the 1997
>50th Anniversary Celebration in Roswell.

>Not even a hint at why it was thought to be connected with
>Roswell was provided.

>I asked why, if it was silicon, which is a very important item
>of commerce, no contact had been made with silicon manufacturers
>which do as a matter of fact change isotope ratios.There was no
>answer.

>I might add that Dunn and Bradstreet checked out Michael's
>"Institute".. It is imaginary.

>His Foundation, based in Indianapolis is real.

>Furthermore, none of the many supposed granters of advanced
>degrees to him has found any record of his attendance .No thesis
>advisors have been named.

>The NSC says he wasn't a consultant.

>ad nauseum.

>Thanks Bill.

>He is a Walter Mitty. Great dreams, no reality.

>Stan Friedman

Dear Bill and Stan:

It would be a tough sell around here, a piece of special silicon
as a UFO fragment that is, anywhere near silicon valley!

In the microelectronics industry, pure silicon is doped with
everything from boron to phosphorus .. or left pure.

It is "seeded" into long cylindrical ingots with several
different crystal orientations, depending on the needs of the
semiconductor houses.

The end pieces, too small to slice into "wafers" are probably
tossed in the dumpster. Dumpster divers look for everything from
discarded gold plated connector leads to who-knows- what. I
found one happily scrounging away at 2300 hrs one night, he was
doing his recycling bit for the sake of ecology!

"Alien technology" like this is a dime a dozen. Too bad it cost
a whole dollar.

Best wishes

- Larry Hatch



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