by Richard Boylan, Ph.D.
> Forgive me, but a few questions...
> If the above is true, why pursue conventional technologies such as Aurora,
> SR-71, space shuttles, stealth fighters, etc.?
Since you are concerned about accuracy, let's start with your misquotation above. I did not make the cited assertions. Retired Air Force Colonel Steve Wilson made those revelations. You can reach him at: Skywatch@mail.phoenix.net
The military-intelligence-weapons industry complex pursues parallel development of modernized conventional technologies for several reasons. Among these are: 1) to provide "national security" cover for/distraction from covert projects under development. NASA does the same, dazzling the peons with Shuttle missions to grow petunias in low gravity in orbit, while secret, undeclared military missions travel far into space; 2) to have some obsolescent military toys (like F-15s) to sell to friendly countries and keep most of them satisfied that they are in possession of the latest weapons systems; and 3) to feed the pork barrel of multi-billions spending in the defense industry sector which Congress so effectively.
> Why hasn't this technology been used in combat applications? Where was this
> high technology during the Gulf War? What good is it, if it's not applied?
And what makes you think that such high-technology was not employed in the Gulf War? :-)
> was this high technology during the Gulf War? What good is it, if it's not
> Why keep it a secret if it's been around for 26+ years? Don't you want your enemies
> to know that you're that far ahead of them?
> Isn't that the point of the Cold War? Maybe we're just waiting around,
> hoping to be attacked so we can use it?
The Cold War is over.
> What "renegade" group has the budget, scientists and resources to do this?
> And what about Russia? Isreal? France? Germany?
What makes you think that Russia/USSR has not already developed antigravity craft? And Russia's plasmoid dual-beams weapon is state-of-the-art Star Wars technology, (which they offered to share with the U.S.)
As for Germany, they share technological developments with the U.S. as part of the NATO alliance. Israel has a "special relationship" with the United States, which assures Israel that the U.S. will either defend them with our latest and best weapons systems, or give them modern- enough hardware to repulse invaders. France is a U.S. ally, and is "in" on National Security secret technology developments.
The membership of the renegade group in Japan has not been identified to me. But then, we have a "renegade group" in this country, operating out of control of the President and the Congress, yet in possession of crashed saucers, saucer technology, and the trillion$ it takes to develop that technoloy. It is called the UFO Cover-Up organization.
> Why is the U.S. military today experimenting with a liquid crystal skin on
> aircraft, if they can "bend light" to obtain optical invisibility?
(See "cover" motive above.)
> This technology has been around for 26+ years and they're still puttering
> around in good ol' conventional aircraft?
(See "cover" motive above.)
> What's powering the craft? What is it's fuel?
> Where's the technical information?
The source is metering out information in installments. Maybe you'd like to ask him yourself? ONI physicist Bob Lazar says that the antigravity craft he worked on used Element 115 as fuel/power source.
> Interestingly, this source seems to know more about the military's most
> secret projects than the military itself. I see no references, no sources of
> information to check here, just a wild statement thrown onto the internet. As
> usual, It's hard to believe.
He hardly knows more than those top officers who happened to be cleared for Special Access to Unacknowledged Special Access Programs, classified in the upper numeric Levels of Q Clearance, Top Secret Ultra.
We are in the midst of an accelerated Acclimation Program by the Administration to "leak" out information to the *interested* public. Because the releasaes of information are in stages, complete documentation and "references" are not included at this stage. On the other hand, armed with the available information, an interested person could research the open literature and government files and learn more. Are you interested enough to do that?
> onto the internet. As usual, It's hard to believe that the "former head of
> Project Pounce" would be freely blabbing about such things to ANYONE,
We are in a new era, where UFO information will be "leaking out" faster than anyone could have imagined likely five years ago.
> By the way, the head of this most secret project is a mere colonel?
I defer to former military on this list, including at least one USAF Colonel, but it is my information that a lot gets done in the military by "mere" colonels. Perhaps you have heard of Colonel John Alexander, for instance? Head of DIA's supersecret psychic warfare/psychotronic research.
> Unfortunately, the obligation of proof falls on the person making the
> outrageous claims -- of course, that never stopped anyone on this list...
Don't fall into the sophisms of the debunkers. What is going on in the Acclimation Program is not publishing of academic papers with copious references, but a covert political process of belatedly educating the interested portion of the public about matters so advanced behind the scenes for decades, that the developments boggle the uninformed imagination.
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