Wreckage from mysterious UFO crashes could unlock alien secrets, experts say

  • 18 Sep - 24 Sep, 2021
  • Mag The Weekly
  • Mag Files

Physical debris from two alleged UFO crash sites over the past 70 years has been examined in a lab, it has been confirmed. A new state-of-the-art machine has enabled scientists at Stanford University, California, to study in-depth was what collected. Metal debris from UFO cases dating as far back as 1947 has been investigated. It obtained through on field research of supposed crashes in Colombia and Argentina. The new “multi-parameter ion beam imager” gives scientists the chance to look at the atomic structure of a selected material. Science News reports that Stanford microbiologist Dr Garry Nolan is using the machine to create a revolutionary three-dimensional image. He will analyse the samples right down to their individual atoms, in a process called Multiplexed Ion Beam Imagine. At that microscopic level, the atomic structure is impossible to fake. When Dr Nolan placed some of the fragments in the vacuum chamber of his instrument, he was astonished to find their composition unlike any other metal. The scientists discovered that this material was manufactured and not natural. It comes as a new study claimed aliens could be powering their societies by harvesting energy from black holes.