Are computer microchips of extraterrestrial origin?
February 13, 2013 3:42pm CST
Colonel Corso claimed in his book, The Day After Roswell, that microchips were retrieved from the Roswell UFO crash in 1947. He claims that he personally distributed those technologies to the appropriate corporations and granted them permission to register the patents. Do you believe him? Some important points to consider: * The 1st idea for a microchip was patented in 1949 * In 1956 an MoD radar operator tried to make one but failed * In 1957 Jack Kilby propsed an idea to US Army then had a sudden revelation * Robert Noyce of Fairchild Semiconductor and Kilby are both credited * Kilby was employed by Texas Instruments * 3 people unaware of each other's activity were working on the chip simultaneously * The same materials used to make the chip were found at the Roswell crash site * Corso made the claims over 20 years and still cannot be sufficiently debunked
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14 Apr 13
I heard about this and it's a great theory, I never thought about until with that information I heard about how we became so highly advance techonologically all of the sudden after Roswell. Like literally computers came falling from the sky, plus there's this conspiracy that they even recovered an alien entity. But there's no real videos and pictures to prove.
14 Apr 13
Absolutely! You're right, there's no solid evidence just yet but there IS a huge movement going on right now to try to get the truth out to the public. On 22nd April 2013 Dr. Greer's film-documentary Sirius is being released then there's a 5-day conference at the NPC in Washington DC, to address the claims that there is an extraterrestrial presence engaging the human race... the six weeks later it's the 44th MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) Symposium which offers 4 days of presentations! On the other hand, Ecuador, Brazil and Mexico openly acknowledge that UFO's seem to be of 'external' origin.
3 Apr 13
Really?? Even in the days when home computers were being used scientists couldn't quite explain how a microchip actually understood commands and worked, all that they knew is that it did work. No high leaps or jumps in technological development? You're kidding right? We're in the days of neutrinos, particle beams, nuclear power, genetic engineering, etc. This is all science that we have learned at a spectacular rate this side of 1947 (ie Roswell).
2 Mar 13
The scientist do long research and hard work to make those computer microchips, and now a people said that its given by alien??? Did you ever heard about enigma, transistor or silicon?. Stop looking for alien topic on the internet and Read the Real History!
3 Apr 13
I DID read the real history and published an article about my research into this claim. It cannot be debunked. Both Robert Noyce and Jack Kilby are officially credited for the invention, yet there was a bit of a race between them to see who could come up with the most efficient chip first. However, they were certainly not the only people working on developing (reverse engineering?) it, there were actually several people who had been employed by the military to specifically work on developing the integrated circuit, all of them, all at the same time, and completely unaware of each other's activities. Noyce conveniently had a sudden "revelation" at the exact time Colonel Corso claims the technologies were distributed and the only different between their proclaimed inventions was that Kilby used germanium and Noyce used silicon - two elements that were both, rather coincidentally, found at the Roswell crash site of 1947 - even the dates coincide. Not only that, but in 1994 a private company that manufacturers RFID chips (which contains many microchips) was founded and that company is called Alien Technology. Whether extraterrestrial or not, I firmly believe that the microchip came from whatever crashed at Roswell (and the transistor from the one that crashed in 1941) and it was reverse engineered by Kilby and Noyce (amongst others who were also attempting to).
• United States
24 Feb 13
Its not as far fetched as people think. When you think about it in terms of how our technology has advanced it makes sense. In 100 years we went from horse and buggy to landing on the moon. If you ask me, that sounds pretty crazy. A lot of people hear stories of extra terrestrials and just laugh. But its a big universe and I think it would be more odd if we were the only living beings in it.
24 Feb 13
I totally agree. It was just after the Roswell crash in 1947 that people started working on the integrated circuit (simultaneously) - given the history of the microchip I seriously doubt that's just coincidence. It was obviously attained from the crash debris and reverse engineered. UFO crashes also date back much earlier and it's not just an American phenomena.
• United States
13 Feb 13
I don't know, but when I asked myself I haven't seen news about aliens. I met two people who look liked aliens at a tech store to buy a laptop and they were new workers. Their heads were huge and veiny and they spoke weird and acted weirdly. They were weirdly looking at me. Could be a coincidence.