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@Spirit-of-life a écrit: si je me trompe pas il y a pas de perdre au niveau des electrons et des protons.
Pour la structure en "écailles", peut-être. Pour la forme générale, c'est moins ça...PAFleKaribou a écrit:Personnellement l'aspect me fait penser à du bois fossilisé.
Lamb, David M wrote:
From: Lamb, David M
Subject: RE: our conversation last night.
To: "larry cekander" email@example.com
Larry, I ran the SQUID test yesterday and got the temperature down to 2.44K and there was no superconductivity.
I am sure this was at one time a superconductive metal but those properties were most likely destroyed when it was superheated and rapidly cooled in the earth's atmosphere when it was ejected from the UFO craft.
So don't be too disappointed, the fact that we could not prove it was superconductive does not prove this is not extraterrestrial. The most compelling evidence so far is the isotope tests for Strontium which a group of scientist compared to two Mars rocks. The specific strontium isotopes and object has a strontium isotope ratio that falls between the two data points of the mars rocks.
This should be enough compelling evidence to prove that Bob's object is "not terrestrial," but researches want more then one isotope test performed.
What we need to do is get another isotope test for chromium. If we can show that the chromium isotopes of this object are similar to another extraterrestrial object, such as a meteorite, or we can show the chromium isotope ratio is not what is commonly found on Earth in aluminum alloys, then we have our smoking gun and we can conclude that this object is extraterrestrial.
One more point Larry, as I continued my research on this object I read that alleged UFO aluminum alloys are manufactured in space and are of the quasi crystal form. This would perfectly explain why we saw an amorphous and crystal peaks in our XRD analysis. We really need to get the funding to run these isotope test. David