An extraordinary metal was found in the debris that came from the UFO that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico in July of 1947–It was so thin, you could bend it and it would spring back into its original shape, but so tough that a bullet couldn’t be fired through it. Now we’re close to making the same thing ourselves! (NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to these shows).
WikiLeaks may reveal some UFO secrets in its next release–assuming that the ferocious attempts to prevent any further leaks does not succeed. When WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange did an online interview with readers of the Guardian in the UK, he said there were some references to UFOs in "yet-to-be-published parts of the cablegate archive." During the interview, the paper’s site was brought down by heavy traffic, but it was not clear if this was a cyber attack.
During the STS-80 mission, which was launched on November 19, 1996, the Space Shuttle Columbia took a crew of five astronauts on an 18 day trip around the Earth, the longest flight in the history of the shuttle. During the flight, astronaut Story Musgrave looked out the shuttle windows and saw a large, disc-shaped object. After years of silence, he’s finally started talking about it. The UFO was large–between 50 and 150 feet in diameter–and the outer rim was rotating in a counter-clockwise direction. During the incident, Musgrave said, "I don’t know what it is. Whether it’s a washer, debris, ice particles, I don’t know. But it’s characteristic of the thousands of things which I’ve seen. What is not so characteristic is it appears to come from nowhere.