Defense Agency Studying Anti-Gravity, Other ‘Exotic Tech’

Exotic Tech

Wormholes, invisibility cloaks, and anti-gravity — it’s not science fiction, it’s just some of the exotic things the U.S. government has been researching.

A massive document dump by the Defense Intelligence Agency shows some of the wild research projects the United States government was, at least, funding through the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program known as AATIP.

And another lesser-known entity called the Advanced Aerospace Weapons System Application Program or AAWSAP

The Defense Intelligence Agency has recently released a large number of documents to different news outlets and individuals who have filed Freedom of Information Act requests.

Of particular interest are some 1,600 pages released to Vice News, which spelled out, among other things, some of the, “exotic speculative technologies, including invisibility cloaks, traversable wormholes, stargates, negative energy, antigravity, high frequency gravitational wave communications, and an (obviously) never-carried out proposal to tunnel a hole through the moon using nuclear explosions.” 

What can we learn from these newly released documents? Nick Pope worked for the UK’s Ministry of Defence on the UFO phenomenon and weighed in on the topic.

“Here’s what we know, some of the most extraordinary topics ever to have been discussed and considered by the United States government were looked at as part of this work, there’s no getting away from that,” Pope said.

“When the DIA wrote to Congress about this — and these letters and these studies are now in the public domain — it turned out there were 38 research documents produced, and they covered the most extraordinary things: anti-gravity, invisibility, warp-drive, wormholes, stargates. This sort of thing sounds like science fiction and a lot of people maybe say, ‘well, is this legitimate to spend taxpayer’s dollars on?’ My response to that is, ‘absolutely.’ Look, this was a $24 million contract — something like the Large Hadron Collider or the James Webb Space Telescope, these are things that cost billions of dollars,” he said.

What about the timing of releasing a large number of FOIA requests now?

“This is speculation but I’ll throw it out there anyway, why not,” Pope said. “We have the James Webb Space Telescope now up, the first results are going to be available certainly this year, maybe this summer, and who knows what it will find. Something if you think you’re going to find something if you think there might be something out there, then get out ahead of the narrative, rather than react to it, start putting things out there and start speculating, you know maybe we’re not alone.”

What are the other takeaways from these documents?“The big development is that there is a consolidated posting of all the material that’s previously been posted, plus new material too,” Pope said. “For the first time, rather than part of it leaking out, part of it going to a journalist here or a researcher there, there’s one single place, officially verified where people can get all this material, old and new. It’s now up on the Defense Intelligence Agency website in their electronic reading room under the heading AATIP.

What can we expect next? How will this affect the future of disclosure?

“Congress has made it very clear, the time for joking about all this is over. Senators and congresspeople are saying ‘no, we need to look at this seriously and we want answers.’ I think it’s reflective of the fact that we all want answers too, and I think we’re going to get them,” Pope said. 

The Apollo 11 Conspiracy; What Did NASA Really Find?

footprint of astronaut on the moon

The Apollo missions, one of which led to Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s iconic first landing, are some of the most profound accomplishments of mankind. The missions’ successes were heralded as a new era for space exploration and a harbinger of our civilization’s technological evolution. But there are several strange rumors and questionable transcripts of events that occurred during the missions, which NASA and its astronauts have responded to dismissively. This came to be known as the Apollo 11 conspiracy.

While many are still skeptical of the landings, there are other strange reports that have roused conspiracies about unexplained phenomena experienced by Apollo astronauts, including reports of a base on the dark side of the moon. These theories are fueled by transcripts that have only been declassified within the past decade, or from NASA having “lost” documents and recordings of the original lunar landing. Whether there is any validity to these theories is up for debate, but some are so intriguing they can’t be ignored.

What Did Neil Armstrong Discover on the Moon?

According to NASA, Armstrong and Aldrin wandered the moon for three hours, conducting experiments and collecting moon rocks. They also planted the U.S. flag and a sign to mark their landing, claiming their visit a peaceful mission for all mankind.

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