Einstein Former Student Claimed the U.S. Analyzed UFO Debris and Alien Bodies
Dr. Robert Irving Sarbacher was an engineer, physicist and inventor who, for many years, was a student of Albert Einstein and some of his work with Ultra High Frequencies are still used today.
In 1983, he sent a letter answering some questions from renowned UFO researcher Bill Steinman regarding the 1948 UFO crash in New Mexico, the famous Roswell Incident.
The Doctor. Sarbacher said that although he had not worked directly with the recovered flying saucers, he was aware that the United States had at its disposal not only UFO wreckage, but alien bodies as well, and claimed that he received officially confirmed reports while working at the Pentagon. , but all documents were confidential and classified as top secret.
In the words of Dr. Sarbacher:
Letter sent by Dr. Sarbacher to ufologist Bill Steinman.
“As regards checking the involvement of the people you listed, I can only say this: John von Neumann was definitely involved. The Doctor. Vannevar Bush was definitely involved, and I believe Dr. Robert Oppenheimer was also involved in the alien technology program.
I received some official reports when I was in my office at the Pentagon, but they all stayed there as we were never authorized to take them out of the office.
Some of the materials reported to have come from flying saucer crashes were extremely light and very powerful. I’m sure our labs analyzed them very carefully.
There were reports that the creatures flying these aircraft were also too light to withstand the tremendous acceleration and deceleration.
I remember how, in a conversation with some people in the office, I got the impression that these aliens were similar in their parameters to insects, and due to the small mass of these creatures, the inertial forces involved in the operation of these aircraft did not affect these pilots in a negative way.
I still don’t know why it was given such a high degree of secrecy and I don’t understand why they deny the existence of these devices.”
The Doctor. Robert Irving Sarbacher died in 1986, three years after this declaration, at the age of 79.