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  1. Hey Chrisski, I went back and edited my post to tell you how to find these subjects on youtube! Columbus's diary actually said they saw an object rising from the water, that ain't no camp fire! But they had more than one sighting too. At least we know that man didn't have any craft capable of what he saw, but watch the video and make up you own mind! I see you are from Phoenix, I love the place, used to go through there driving or flying to southwestern Colorado hunting and on several occasions saw the balloon festival, a pretty site from the air. Maybe I will make it out there again someday a
  2. For the nonbelievers, look at the gunsight footage recently released by the military from their fighter jets. There is more to see there than lights! You can see the actual object and the pilots talking about how they have it on auto track, since it would be hard to follow manually. Then they talk about the rapid changes in direction and altitude in amazement. These are pilots who are used to every aspect of modern aviation seeing something they can't explain. Now, these guys are the experts in the air with actual gunsight footage, that is hard to argue against. Look it up on youtube, and expl
  3. Might check and see if it's radioactive! Might have come from a nuclear test site! It's pretty anyway. They say there are areas in the desert, I think in India where the sand was turned into glass from a presumable nuclear weapon in the distant past. Alien type theory, but it could happen. If this post doesn't suit the scientists out there, maybe everybody can get a cackle out of it anyway! But in my redneck situations manual, it could be possible to create a lot of molten material if an object has enough mass, speed and temperature when it hit an appropriate matrix to combine with, probably a
  4. I am looking for info on building my own coil to use with a detector to find meteors! Like the one on meteor men. Looks like the easiest way is to buy a Lorentz with a fixed length wire coil that can be fixed along the perimeter of a pvc frame. Only drawback is that they are expensive. The plus side is that it will probably be easy to make work being the loop provided is already balanced to the detector. I think it would be better to build a carbon fiber frame over the pvc for strength but would be more expensive. Maybe fiberglass would be cheaper than carbon fiber and a lot stronger than pvc.
  5. Sonny, like to talk with you about your large detector, robertkinard1@att.net thanks Bob
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