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georger

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Re: New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« Reply #390 on: January 08, 2018, 03:29:37 PM »
What happened to the Tina Bar Money thread ? or am I going blind?
 

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Re: New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« Reply #391 on: April 13, 2018, 10:39:56 AM »
Anybody have contact info for Josh Gates or Expedition Unknown people??

not Cooper related, but I have solved a puzzle he had in one of his shows


PM me...
 

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Re: New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« Reply #392 on: April 13, 2018, 06:47:10 PM »
Yup. PM sent.
 

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Re: New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« Reply #393 on: December 28, 2018, 09:37:45 AM »
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I thought titanium was relatively expensive compared to other materials. And flammable above 600deg.  But likely it must have desirable characteristics for its application at that time.
Can someone explain why they'd use them in non essential parts like the lavoratory?

Old post to reply to, but...

Dice, aluminum will react easily with hydrochloric acid (puke). And since they gave out barf bags regularly, it stands to reason that they'd have to remodel the bathroom regularly if it was aluminum. The previous comments about the anti-corrosive properties of titanium are a probably spot-on, in my opinion.

I'm glad to have found this exchange. It's good to know that others have seen what I'm seeing.
 

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Re: New DB Cooper Show With Members Of This Forum
« Reply #394 on: December 28, 2018, 03:12:08 PM »
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I thought titanium was relatively expensive compared to other materials. And flammable above 600deg.  But likely it must have desirable characteristics for its application at that time.
Can someone explain why they'd use them in non essential parts like the lavoratory?

Old post to reply to, but...

Dice, aluminum will react easily with hydrochloric acid (puke). And since they gave out barf bags regularly, it stands to reason that they'd have to remodel the bathroom regularly if it was aluminum. The previous comments about the anti-corrosive properties of titanium are a probably spot-on, in my opinion.

I'm glad to have found this exchange. It's good to know that others have seen what I'm seeing.

Innuendo is not evidence. You still havent given evidence there were titanium particles in the plane lav, or any other particles on Kaye's list, or that Cooper or anyone else picked up particles in the plane lav ... etc etc etc. At best its a hypothesis, not even a theory.

What strikes me about the whole particle list discussion to date, is there has been no attempt to organise all of these particles into classes that has any meaning. Some people talk about smoking related particles, rare earth particles, etc. There is no class reduction list of this nature on Tom's site or anywhere else? Rare particles are getting all of the attention so far. In all of these thousands of particles there evidently is only one spore which turned out to have no value in nailing down location ... it's like trying to make sense of a basketball game with ten thousand players on the court.  :rofl:   
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