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ROSWELL

 

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THE "THE DEBRIS WAS NOT VISUALLY COMPLEX" ARGUMENT

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Here's another argument against my view:

 

Skeptic. 263 [vs. 89] If the materials discovered by Brazel were from a crash of an alien craft, then at least some of the debris would've been visually complex--i.e., some of this debris would have had complex shapes, or would have been composed of articulated parts. (Think of the debris from a plane crash: it would contain "servos, electronic components, instruments, guidance systems," etc. (Even a chariot would have left such parts behind: axles, wheels, etc.)) [ 268] 264 But according to all reports none of the materials discovered by Brazel were visually complex this way. 265 Therefore, the materials discovered by Brazel were not from a crash of an exotic/alien craft. 266 if the materials were exotic, then they were from a crashed saucer. [ 269] 267 Therefore the materials were not exotic.*

 

268 [vs. 263] Here, the skeptic says (see 263) that "If the materials discovered by Brazel were from a crash of an exotic/alien craft, then at least some of the debris would've been visually complex." But his point is unproven. The Brazel debris might have been only part of the crash debris. There have been aircraft accidents where an engine was found many miles from the fuselage. The Brazel debris might have been, for instance, from parts of the fuselage, so would not contain articulated instruments.

268a "The Roswell scenario does not have a whole craft crash at the Brazel ranch ..."(Michael Swords)*

268b Kevin Randle concedes that "there is not the range of debris you would expect from a crashing craft," but adds, "That doesn't cover the craft and bodies found elsewhere."*

268c In that case, the Brazel materials could have been from a crash of an exotic alien craft, while not being visually complex. 269 In fact, there is evidence that alien bodies and other wreckage from inside the craft, were found just a few miles from the debris field. (This evidence is found partly in the Eisenhower briefing, as delineated in Top Secret/MAJIK ?by Stanton Friedman--also, Randle points to "the statements by Major (later full colonel) Edwin Easley, Major (later full colonel) Patrick Saunders, Brigadier General Arthur Exon, Dr. W. Curry Holden, reporter Johnny McBoyle and many others Each spoke of the second crash site in first-hand terms."*

Also, 270 [vs. 266] the skeptic here says (see 266) that "if the materials were exotic, then they were from a crashed saucer." But this statement is unproven. The material might not have been from a crash, but still might have been exotic: for instance, it might have been planted.*

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Notes

265. 263, 264 MT

267. 266, 265 MT][from an argument by Kent Jeffrey: p. 10

268a.  Michael D. Swords A Different View of Roswell--Anatomy of a Myth123

268b. Randle Responds to Jeffrey on Roswell, MUFON UFO Journal, July, 1997, Number 351, p. 8

268c. Kevin Randle Randle Responds to Jeffrey on Roswell, MUFON UFO Journal, July 1997, Number 351, p. 8.  The arguments concerning alien bodies at Roswell will be left to another section.

270.  see 183, p. 3, and arguments following that point.

 

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