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The International Academy of Science and Arts (InterNASA.org) is a worldwide alliance of like-minded professionals like yourself who are actively committed to making the world a better place....The first two enterprises to be owned by and now powering the Academy of Science and Arts are Motion Physics LLC and ManyOne LLC.
These two projects have now joined together under the single logo of the Academy of Science and Arts [sound familiar?]
From 2009 through 2016, significant challenges occurred. These included hostile attempts to wrest control of extremely valuable technologies — nearly two decades in the making — from their founder and partners worldwide.
....Illegal hostile takeover attempt regarding extremely sensitive physics IP and grand theft of advanced physics devices paid for by Mr. Firmage and investment efforts, Corporate espionage and conspiracy of parties involved
One of the scientists who helped figure it out is a physicist named Dr. Hal Puthoff. He wrote the proposal that helped Bigelow land the contract to study UFOs, and in a recent radio interview, he said he commissioned 38 scientific papers during the study to explore exotic propulsion ideas, including what he calls space-time metric engineering.
Source : LasVegasNow
For example, in 2002, Las Vegas physicist Eric Davis was paid $25,000 by the U.S. Air Force Research Lab to discuss the scientific possibilities of teleportation. That's right, teleportation....
... "The study successfully compiled an extensive review of worldwide literature and discussed the current state of research," said Col. Seig Heil, director of the AFRO Propulsion Direction, "but we were disappointed at the level of scientific rigour in the report's analysis."
In the end, the Air Force decided that "it is not appropriate to pursue further study or to mature the technology."
Source : Las Vegas Weekly
On July 27, 2015 Manyone and Joe Firmage announced a debt repayment program to repay employees who Firmage and his companies had employed without paying them salaries since 2014. Again on September 27, 2015, Manyone announced that it had reached an out of court settlement with Drew Taubman for repayment of monies owed by Manyone and Firmage due to non-payment of its employees.
Manyone and Firmage stated “Based upon renewed understanding of external circumstances and events, from Q2 2014 to today, which caused material harm to members of the Executive Team and Board of ManyOne, and to Drew Taubman, we have reached a renewed and restated settlement with Mr. Taubman. This action acknowledges the forging of pathways both for ManyOne, its Board and Executive Team, as well as the resolution of past issues with Mr. Taubman on a priority basis.
We stand united against third party tortious interference against ManyOne, its leadership and its agreements, and jointly reaffirm Mr. Taubman has never been involved in any such action.
originally posted by: pigsy2400
Well here's some excerpts from the interview that George Knapp did with Harry Reid very recently;
What caused his injuries (and several others present over the encounter) with the odd Air Form that emitted the Broad Band NIEMR? […] He [John Burroughs] had injuries we now understand are related to narrow RF bandwidths that only in some cases in the past five years have become linked to the specific etiology of cardiac and other injury he suffered.
The RF is identified in a dozen classified and a half-dozen unclassified studies on cardiological and neurological injuries. […] The data is sparse, it is not properly Peer-reviewed, it is not understood, it is not the subject of current research. And that is the truth.
When the aircraft is within 35 km of the UFO, the aircraft was exposed to radiation. As a result of irradiation, Kabachnikov Yu. I. suffered damage to the head and heart […] From here it should be concluded that Kabachnikov Yu. I. was subjected to radiation electromagnetic influence of an unknown physical characteristic. […] Identified abnormalities in the heart muscle and electroencephalogram are unique, as they are not described in medicine because of the unusual and unique situation in which the pilot Kabachnikov Yu.I. was injured.
Other interesting reading;
Other Joe Stuff
originally posted by: SacredLore
But what IF...?
Call me naive, but one has to remain open for all possibilities.
I find this development very remarkable.
originally posted by: Baablacksheep
a reply to: SacredLore
Yep been looking at all that.
originally posted by: Defragmentor
- 1984 USSR case recently uncovered by Guest101 (see: Rendlesham thread II page 76) where “ECG and electroencephalogram data seem to show brain and heart muscle damage that was caused by a relatively thin beam” (upon individual named Joeri Kabatsjnikov)