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Material allegedly stored by Pentagon is 'not from this earth' - Luis Elizondo

NOTE: This Interview with Luis Elizondo on Openminds UFO Radio will be played today on the Dark Matter Digital Network. SUBSTANCES allegedly recovered from a UFO were found to be made of materials "not from this earth”, it has staggeringly been claimed. A top UFO expert told Express.co.uk he has been assured that the material has been tested and has been found to have inexplicable properties. Alejandro Rojas says he was told the material was not from the earth. In December, a New York Time article revealed details of a top-secret £16 million US Pentagon study into the potential threat posed by UFOs. The report claimed the Department of Defense (DoD) Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Programme (AATIP) even recovered "unknown alloys" believed to have come from a UFO that had been tested and found to have properties unknown to science. The project was run by military intelligence official, Luis Elizondo, on the fifth floor of the Pentagon’s C Ring. He has revealed two former classified videos of suspected UFOs that were looked at, but nothing to confirm the metal actually exists. However, he has given an exclusive interview to the organisers of the UFO Congress, which is the world's biggest UFO conference, and took place in Phoenix, Arizona, this month. Alejandro Rojas, host of the UFO Congress said Mr Elizondo had told him more about the metal during the exclusive interviews that were screened at the event. Mr Rojas said: "I can tell you it is not an alloy like the New York Times claims. "I shared at our conference that Elizondo has told me it is a 'meta material' with strange isotopic values indicating it is not from earth." A metamaterial is a material engineered to have a property that is not found in nature. They are made from assemblies of multiple elements fashioned from composite materials such as metals or plastics. No other details have so far surfaced, with some people claiming the materials were provided by UFO investigators, and others believing they were recovered by the government. Mr Elizondo said in the interview: "The question is do they come from outer space or inner space or somewhere in between. I don't know. "The data we have been seeing is so advanced it is hard enough for us to replicate our observations with our understanding of quantum mechanics. But for this type of technology to be available when we first started seeing it, I think is beyond improbable, I'm not going to say impossible, but I think it is really, really unlikely to come from another country like Russia or China. Read More: Express.co.uk

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