Thursday, August 23, 2012

Bright Magnesium Threads In a Needle

"Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright.."

Magnesium particulate matter found in crop deformations apparently interacting with focused high frequency microwave energy and then the seeming high grade of ballast of the same material jettisoned into the atmosphere by what appear to be unknown vehicles of an unknown nature lead me to ruminate on the nature of magnesium. The incentive to write this post was the 1957-The Ubatuba metal fragments, analyzed to be of a high grade of purity of the element, magnesium. The fragments followed a violent explosion. In it's natural state, magnesium is not combustible as it is covered with an oxide. However if it does combust, it burns at well over 5,000 degrees F. Molten magnesium in association with high degrees of luminosity are intriguing as observed in unknown aerial phenomenon.
As Billy Cox of Devoid asked aloud:  "For nearly 20 years, with an assist from New York businessman John Burke, Talbot and Michigan biophysicist W. C. Levengood have been analyzing crop circle grains, which suggest an exposure to and damage from extreme heat. Expulsion cavities in blown stem nodes, stunted seed germination, abnormal cell-wall enlargement, traces of melted magnetic minerals adhesed to the soil — none of this stuff gets a fair hearing in the press. And what’s up with the magnesium carbonate?"
Indeed the thread ,or, if you will, the trail of magnesium seems indelibly linked to paranormal experiential realities both psychological and empirical.
Magnetically inert in it's natural state, lightweight, and yet can be used to conduct electromagnetic force as a metallic medium. It has been comparatively recently explored as an element in metal-atmospheric electrochemical cells that would comprise a battery system aside for the potential for harvested magnesium being a potential source for a heat engine, rather than coal oil or natural gas. The interesting connection as a point of speculation in regard to magnesium as a fuel is the observed harvest of water made by many a anomalous craft. Is this a case of refueling?
Due to magnesium ion's high solubility in water, it is the third most abundant element dissolved in seawater and it is not found in it's metallic state naturally on Earth. The purity level of magnesium in physical ground trace evidence further extends the exponential role of magnesium in  terms of strangeness in terms of the extensive processing this level of purity would require. Above all, a balance of magnesium is vital to the well being of all organisms in terms of neurobiology and a over abundance or lack of this element underlines biological survivability. Magnesium is a relatively abundant ion in the lithosphere and as well as in the hydrosphere. It can be highly flammable capable of brilliantly intensive light. Recalling the luminosity study that was published in the 1998 Sturrock Report on atmospheric anomalies, it came to mind that  if a direct comparative measurement of luminosity of magnesium to the measured light source of these odd events could be compared...
Magnesium flares dropped from conventional aircraft are often misidentified as unidentified aerial craft.In some instances it seems possible that these flares always dropped by military craft are reactive exercises, to mask and provide a seemingly air tight explanation of a prosaic nature as the causation of unidentified atmospheric phenomenon. Then again, perhaps not. Interestingly,since aircraft and helicopters could (and still can) counter surface-to-air and air-to-air missiles with the substance, it was a classified issue until the mid-1980s. It was not until 1997 that the U.S. government released a formerly classified invention. Are craft in the vicinity of unknown atmospheric phenomenon  not only potentially providing plausible deniability but also taking the precaution of deploying defensive measures against a potentially heat seeking tracking device? Perhaps, perhaps not. Or, if the signatures match, is this a means to confuse tracking devices using light levels as a targeting nexus? Others have suggested a form of psychological doubt being placed in advance should another flap occur, rather than a post event misdirection of attention, or worse, a purposeful tampering with direct perception leading it's aim, a sort of existential ambivalence. Not trusting what you observe. Case in point from The Daily Caller out in Utah.

"An unidentified flying object was filmed dropping flare-like objects over Utah last week, leaving locals to wonder if they had experienced a close encounter with alien spacecrafts.
“They looked like they were flying in formation perfectly together and then whatever was dropping looked like it was burning real bright,” witness Mike Galbraith told Utah’s ABC 4. An Air Force veteran, Galbraith says that the trails of white lights falling from the objects were not military flares. “They usually shoot out the sides, or they shoot down, and there are a lot of them and you could definitely hear them.” Galbraith said the UFOs were silent.
According to AOL News, local airports and military installations have offered no explanation for the lights.
“I don’t believe in extraterrestrials,” said local resident Lynette Chidester. “I noticed over the roof of the garage a red light and a white light, and the red light isn’t flashing like an airplane light does — that’s what drew my attention to it.”
She then saw the streaks of white, glittering light reported by other witnesses like Galbraith. “Out of the red light comes, like, a firework — the phosphorescent silver — it’s coming down out of it and I thought, ‘OK, I’ve never seen that before.” Residents reported seeing the lights for 15 minutes before they flew away."

Whether purposeful or not, an effect has been had wherein this is now business as usual and military drops of magnesium flares seemed to appear in flaps similar to those attributed to unknown aerial phenomenon.
Flew away?

Interestingly, the symptoms of Hypermagnesemia, or an overabundance of magnesium in the bloodstream mimic some reported effects of close encounters with unknown phenomenon such as nausea, vomiting and hypertension and yet, it's effects on the nervous system, in the same case of an excess of magnesium, more channels will be blocked and nerve cells will have less activity, less responsive, less felt. Then there is the matter of third or second degree burns whose heat engine remains a mystery. Bear in mind, again,magnesium burns at 5,610 °F. Even at a distance, it can sear flesh. Another case came to mind, which is the Cash-Landrum case, where radiation illness played a large role as well as an unknown source of high ambient atmospheric temperatures. Interestingly, in the process of refining and the processing of magnesium, radioactive isotopes are released..Is there a process of manipulating magnesium of which we are unaware. Based on what I know, it's more likely than not.
 When burned in the atmosphere, it is associated with an acrid smell similar to that of ammonia.
Analysis of ground trace physical evidence, according to Dr Jacques Vallee "under the direction of Prof. Peter Sturrock has been conducted at Stanford University and at various laboratories in France, including Orsay University, confirming that the material was magnesium and magnesium oxide, with a very minute amount of impurities,5 primarily aluminum, calcium and iron. Analysis of this sample is still ongoing, with an effort to measure isotopic ratios that might help establish the origin of the material.."

Of course the magnesium connective tissue is simply coincidence or is this a label like a post it note reminding us to return later to determine the substance of these associations? Is it magnesium?

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