The Roswell Incident Essay

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The Roswell Incident Edward OÆBrien March 13, 1997 CP-11 Period 6 Outline Thesis: The Roswell Incident, which enlightened our minds to the capacity of excepting, has remained one of the most controversial issues issues today. I. Introduction to Extraterrestrials A. Standpoints on Extraterrestrials 1. Society's a. Past b. Present 2. Government's a. Past b. Present II. Roswell, New Mexico A. What Exactly Happened 1. Who Discovered the Wreckage 2. Discoveries 3. Bodies B. Testing in Roswell, New Mexico 1. Military Testing in Roswell III. The Cover-up A. Wreckage 1. UFO 2. Bodies B. The Weather Balloon 1. The…show more content…
This radiation could have been caused, due to nuclear weapons that Roswell Army Air Base had been testing, since they were at the time the only squadron which had authorization to nuclear weapons. This theory was discounted by most, saying that this kind of deformation would have caused a human being to die before such damage could occur. Albert Einstein once said: ô....I am convinced that, there is an absolute truth. If there can't be absolute truth, there cannot be a relative truth.ö (MacGowan 289) The government has been blamed with covering up this whole event. They have been claimed to have shipped off the wreckage to Dayton, Ohio, to avoid publicity. Which is normal, to prevent a worldwide panic. The bodies however, were not as lucky to have not become public, yet. The government has, and will always say that the wreckage found was a secret spy balloon. The people who have seen the wreckage, and believe that's what it was, describe it as a bundle of tinfoil, broken wood, beams , and rubber remnants of a balloon. Most discount this because, why would the government be messing around with balloons, if they were exploring the characteristics of jet fighters. Yes, the wreckage did seem like tin foil, at first, until you held the material, which if you bent, twisted, and did anything you dreamed up of, would still return to its original shape. They have tried to burn and shoot through it and had unsuccessfully destroyed it. It is

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