posted on Feb, 9 2005 @ 07:34 PM
With all the news surrounding the deficit and deep cuts in the Nations budget next year, the Air Force went ahead with a study to determine whether
teleportation is possible. William Shatner comments "You should have asked me..." Next time you ever wonder where your tax dollars went, just
think of this study. $25, 000 of tax-payer moneywent to prove that teleportation is too expensive.
We have to be looking well into the future, not just the needs of tomorrow or even next year," says Col. Mike Heil, who directs the laboratory.
"We're looking at perhaps 30 years."
The Air Force paid $25,000 to a researcher at a company in Las Vegas called Warp Drive Metrics.
What they got back was 78 pages of mathematical calculations and diagrams. And after much talk of "wormholes" and "parallel universes," came a
conclusion: "We are still very far away from being able to entangle and teleport human beings and bulk inanimate objects," reads page 46 of the
report (PDF file).
Please visit the link provided for the complete story.
What in heck does a company called Warp Drive Metrics do when they're not doing studies for the Air Force, I wonder? Might be interesting to look up
when this company was founded. My guess is 5 minutes before the Air Force guy holed up in the basement of the Pentagon saw episode 18 of Star Trek
and thought that would be a cool thing to have to get from the couch to the fridge. Oh well, goes to show somebody will pay for anything. Check out
the report, it's chocked full of popular discussion topics like remote viewing, psychokinesis, etc...
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