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Ufo's in America

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Have you ever wondered whether there is life beyond planet earth? Experts say that the universe is anywhere from 93 billion to infinite light years long. Just to give you an idea, 1 light year = 6 trillion miles. So, according to this data, most people would conclude that their probably is intelligent life outside of earth. So that makes the real question about whether or not aliens have visited earth. UFO stands for Unidentified Flying Objects. There is an overwhelming amount of evidence that says that aliens have actually visited earth. By far the most famous of all UFO events, the Roswell, New Mexico incident occurred on the Independence Day weekend of 1947. On July 1st, a number of Unidentified Flying Objects appeared on radar screens at the White Sands proving grounds. Then, at approximately 11:30 pm on July 4th, those same radars indicated that one of the objects crashed. That evening, rancher ‘Mac' Brazel heard a loud explosion. The next day, Brazel discovered a large field of debris, composed of what looked like aluminum foil, balsa-like I-beams and parchment with flower-like designs printed on it. On July 6th Brazel took some of the debris over to Sheriff Wilcox in Roswell. Sheriff Wilcox notified Roswell Army Air Field (RAAF). Then, Colonel William Blanchard from the RAAF ordered intelligence officer Major Jesse A. Marcel and counter-intelligence officer Sheridan Cavitt to accompany Brazel while inspecting the debris field. Marcel and Cavitt loaded two cars with material from the field. Under further inspection of the debris, it turned out to be very durable. Marcel said that it "wasn't any thicker than the tin foil in a cigarette pack and [he] couldn't dent it even with a sledgehammer". Marcel was then ordered to fly the debris to Wright Field in Dayton, Ohio for analysis. During a stopover at Fort Worth, General Roger Ramey took charge of the material and ordered a press release stating that it was just wreckage from a weather balloon. To back...

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