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Re: Santilli's Film Scraps

From: Nick Balaskas <nikolaos@YorkU.CA>
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1999 14:29:21 -0500 (Eastern Standard Time)
Fwd Date: Wed, 27 Jan 1999 21:31:48 -0500
Subject: Re: Santilli's Film Scraps


>Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 09:49:30 -0500
>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>
>From: Steven Kaeser <steve@konsulting.com>
>Subject: Re: UFO UpDate: Re: Santilli's Film Scraps

>>Date: Mon, 25 Jan 1999 13:09:43 +0000
>>Subject: Re: Santilli's Film Scraps
>>From: Bob Shell <bob@bobshell.com>
>>To: UFO UpDates - Toronto <updates@globalserve.net>

><snip>

>>Actually, those film scraps came from Philip Mantle, via Reg,
>>and are from the same strip as the samples I have.  They are
>>copy film, not camera original, and therefore meaningless.

>>All they can tell is what we already know, the copy film is pre-
>>1955 in origin.

>Bob-

>As I recall, the producer of the Channel 4 production in Great
>Britain in 1995 was sent more "samples" of the alleged film than
>anyone else.  I have written to him, but got no response, and
>have no idea what kind of testing (if any) that he might have
>pursued.  Do you know how much film he had been sent, and
>whether or not he has pursued that angle at all.

>You also commented in another post that Hesemman gave Ray the
>undeveloped film that he'd been given in Roswell, and that Ray
>allegedly had it developed.  While it would be possible to run
>the film through the developing process, taking care to mix the
>chemicals properly for the type of film involved, what would
>have prevent cosmic radiation from fogging the film over the
>years.  If that film was stored away in someone's home, it
>wouldn't have been protected from such radiation, and it would
>(according to some of your earlier statements) become so fogged
>that it would be useless.

>Any thoughts?

>Steve

Hi Steven, Hi Bob,

The film scraps obtained by Derrel Sims and Dr. Roger Leir have
images of military cadets(?), players on a football field, etc.

These film scraps were forwarded to the Technical Research and
Development labs in Montreal of the National Film Board of
Canada for tests. Their analysis report contained 11 very
interesting facts about these film scraps. Fact 4 was that:


"All samples are cellulose triacetate film, but are _not_
 camera-originals."


The assistant director of this research lab is willing and able
to resolve the issue of the age of the actual Alien Autopsy film
for free.  We will continue to wait for Ray Santilli to decide
what to do.

Below is a comment from Dr. Roger Leir to your (Steven's) UFO
UpDates post. It mentions Ray Santilli's reply to the NFB
findings on the film scraps.

  Interesting, I did not know he had given film to others.
  He sent me a direct e-mail in which he said he did not
  believe the report we sent him. Well that's okay. He can
  never complain that we weren't true to our word.
  Roger


Nick Balaskas



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