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Re: Roswell Debris Sample Disappears En Route

From: Jack Brewer <brewer.jack.nul>
Date: Mon, 5 Sep 2011 19:37:38 -0700 (PDT)
Archived: Tue, 06 Sep 2011 08:55:36 -0400
Subject: Re: Roswell Debris Sample Disappears En Route

>From: Kathy Kasten <catraja.nul>
>Date: Sun, 4 Sep 2011 23:35:52 +0000
>Archived: Mon, 05 Sep 2011 08:27:33 -0400

>Subject: Re: Roswell Debris Sample Disappears En Route
>If the sample has already been examined by Earth Tech's lab and
>Bigelow's BAASS, what was the result of testing? Surely, two
>quality labs' results should be enough to provide a good read
>out. ASU's lab? Why?
Hello, Kathy,

I do not speak for Frank Kimbler, but I can provide a bit of
insight into your questions. The original Open Minds article,
sensationalized as it has been labeled in certain circles, may
be viewed at:


The Open Minds article contains what I understand to be
reasonably accurate information about Kimbler's efforts to
obtain quality, professional analysis, including direct mention
of BAASS. Related circumstances were also mentioned. You may
find it helpful about your questions to review the article,
Kathy, even though the conclusions presented are rather
obviously premature and biased.

Some of the inherent problems with initial analyses (and related
to your questions) are ironically reflected by the prematurely
conclusive nature of the Open Minds article. Such challenges
were directly addressed by retired engineer Frank Purcell when
he analysed data presented, and his analysis may be viewed at:


It is my understanding that, according to Kimbler, numerous
difficulties have been experienced in obtaining professional,
objective analysis. It is my interpretation that available
information up to this point suggests that to be accurate, and I
have no reason to doubt Kimbler.

It appears quite clear that additional analysis is required for
a number of reasons, and as explained in Purcell's analysis.
Such reasons of course include qualified peer review, quality
control and maintaining objectivity in order to arrive at
legitimate conclusions.

My personal opinion, Kathy, is that I would like to see
professional, objective analysis conducted by multiple qualified
sources in order to establish details such as age and
composition of the debris. I suspect doing so may provide an
outside chance to actually take a reasonably good gander at what
went down out there. Like, assuming the debris turns out to be
quite earthly and man made, wouldn't you like to compare it to,
say, Mogul balloon materials, among other things? I think there
are any number of things about this unfolding story that are
potentially very interesting. And if, as Kimbler says, it turns
out to be a beer can, then so be it.

In closing, I would like to request anyone that has direct
insight into obtaining such analysis, particularly as it relates
to analyzing milligrams of an alloy for isotopes, to please
advise. Recommendation of labs and facilities would be greatly
appreciated. Please contact me directly or comment at:


Thank you,

Jack Brewer

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