Some of you may have been following the debate/postings over at Rich Reynolds’ UFO Iconoclast(s) on the latest Roswell revelations relating to the so-called “Memory Metal;” Nitinol; and Battelle.
Rich has just posted a new article from me that offers my thoughts and opinions on the Nitinol/”Memory Metal” saga, and which can be found right here.
Wednesday, May 13, 2009
Monday, May 11, 2009
Tony Bragalia has a new post over at UFO Iconoclasts that delves into the whole Nazi UFO angle of Ufology, and which is in part focused on my Body Snatchers in the Desert book. Tony's posting (like those of so many within Ufology!) is not supportive of the Unit 731-Roswell connection.
Friday, May 1, 2009
A couple of days ago Greg Taylor of The Daily Grail interviewed me about my research into Roswell, and specifically the data contained in my Body Snatchers in the Desert book, and the brand new data that has surfaced on this aspect of Roswell since the book first surfaced four years ago.
We get into a lot of areas, including:
1. New documents I have uncovered that demonstrate a Lincoln County, New Mexico/Unit 731 link;
2. The implications for Ufology if Roswell collapses (as a UFO event, at least);
3. The response to my book when it was published;
4. The possibility of a psy-op involvement, and much more.
Here's the link to the complete article; and as a taster, here's a brief extract below:
"I think the new data - such as that relating to official documents concerning Unit 731 and Japanese balloon-flights in not just New Mexico, but at Lincoln County, NM, too - is very important, and for several reasons. One: it adds to the general scenario given to me half a decade or more ago. And, two: who could have predicted back in 2005 that official files with a specific Unit 731/Lincoln County link would surface several years later? For me at least, that adds weight to the claims of a Japanese connection to Roswell."
(NOTE: The photo above is of Shiro Ishii, the commander of Unit 731.)