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RPIT More New Findings

From: Neil Morris <Neil@adm1.ph.man.ac.uk>
Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 13:35:33 +0100
Fwd Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 18:20:36 -0400
Subject: RPIT More New Findings

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All on UpDates,

If Errol will indulge me yet again<g>, I'd like to share with
you a recent finding which might just be classed as "a smoking
gun" in the Roswell case.

I realise some on this list have concluded that the RPIT project
is nothing more than a wild goose chase reading symbols into
"smuge" marks etc, but I hope the attached image will even make
these people stop and think.

The image is taken from a recently aquired reproduction of one
of the "lost" negative what we refer to as the RameyDubose(Grim)
shot. The UTA library only holds the sister shot to this image,
it's the one that has the Ramey Message in view. The newly
aquired print is not in as great a detail as the UTA prints and
has had some cropping which is a pity as some of the cropped
image area holds further "interesting" debris!.

Refering to the attachment, I'd firstly like to draw your
attention to items A and B these appear to show the edge of a
large _and_ _thick_ piece of metalic debris partially covered by
foil sheet C. This debris is far thicker than anything else we
have seen and at a guess (looking at the carpet pattern) it
could be up to 1/2 an inch thick. For another comparison look at
the foil type debris at points D and D'(top right). I cannot
resolve this large piece of debris in any way with the standard
explanations, I have also tried to "find" it in the other better
resolution UTA print and at the moment have to conclude that
most of it in these images is covered by foil sheets except for
a piece of "odd" debris spotted early on which was dubbed "the
moulding", images of this from the MarcelRight shot can be found
for comparison at:


Looking at this image some may think this is nothing more than
"camera shake/movement" generating the "edge". Playing devil's
advocate when I first spotted this feature I too tried to run
with this, _but_ camera shake would "smudge" the whole negative,
as it has done with the UTA MarcelLeft shot, look again at the
attachment image, items D and D' are perfectly clean "thin"
edges and yet A and B show the "thick" edge, this is _not_
camera shake. Ok did the metal move?, fine details on the debris
in question show no blur, so it didn't, I'm left with the
conclusion that this _is_ a large piece of aprox 1/2 inch thick
material which is totally at odds with anything contained in the
"usual" explanations for the debris. I'm not saying it's ET at
this point, but as sure as hell it's _not_ MOGUL.

A final thought, I find it interesting that this debris is in
clear view in one of the two photographs were the original
negatives have been "lost", I only hope a copy might have been
made of the other and it might yet turn up, I wonder if it too
might have had "interesting" debris in full view.

Best Regards

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