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Yesterday On YouTube Richard Dolan Discussed Army's Collaboration With TTSA

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posted on Oct, 21 2019 @ 08:50 AM
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On Sunday, Richard Dolan posted a 30 minute live stream on YouTube, with him discussing the US Army's collaboration with TTSA.

Dolan states that he doesn't think TTSA is a government, or CIA operative, but rather a private faction with high level connections.

He also believes TTSA has been very instrumental in bringing the topic of UFOs into the public spotlight, which has also gotten the media's attention.


"What's been coming out these past two years is beyond anything that A), any organization connected to UFOs has ever been able to accomplish. I tried to review this history, I just can't come up with any, not NICAP, not anyone, not MUFON, take your pick. And B), what they've done is far beyond anything that any researcher, and I include myself here, could have imagined would be possible." 7:00



"So, this new development of collaboration with the Army, is just more toothpaste out of the tube. It's information that is now in the public domain from these guys and it's not going back into the container. All of this is building a crescendo of data that's becoming harder and harder for diehard sceptics to keep denying. Which is, that UFOs, or UAP, or AAV, or whatever you want to call them, are real. That there are genuine objects in our world, that quite simply, no one knows how to explain." 7:46



"People have been dismissing these claims (materials of unknown origin displaying exotic properties) for a while now, but it looks like the US Army is paying attention and taking it seriously enough to want to get a closer look." 12:51



"The technology could prove unreplicable by our modern standards. If you went back in time and gave Benjamin Franklin an iphone, he would certainly find it fascinating, but be completely unable to duplicate it. And that's with a time difference of just over 200 years. UFOs, if they are indeed from another world, could be thousands of years ahead of us." 26:15



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posted on Oct, 21 2019 @ 08:54 AM
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"The technology could prove unreplicable by our modern standards. If you went back in time and gave Benjamin Franklin an iphone, he would certainly find it fascinating, but be completely unable to duplicate it. And that's with a time difference of just over 200 years. UFOs, if they are indeed from another world, could be thousands of years ahead of us."


how very true and logical.



posted on Oct, 21 2019 @ 09:45 AM
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200 years, more like 10. Old Ben could probably understand somewhat what a flip phone was for by looking at it. An uncharged smart phone forget it. It would just be a piece of glass in a frame.



posted on Oct, 21 2019 @ 09:49 AM
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Excellent....the mass are beginning to wake....

Welcome to Phase 2 of The Disclosure Project.



posted on Oct, 21 2019 @ 11:18 AM
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One of the sources RD was quoting is from Popular Mechanics, which was surprising as they didn't trash talk or try to debunk the story but rather quite open on the possibility of Not of this world. Times are changing and possibly a baby step towards some type of disclosure. Eyes on.

The Army and a UFO Group Are Investigating...Something
What's going on here?


Where did TTSA's impressive list of technology come from?
Where did TTSA’s impressive list of technology come from? The implicit answer is: UFOs, also known as Unexplained Aerial Phenomena (UAPs).



UFO/UAP traditionally means anything we spot in the sky that's unusual. But here's the thing: Swamp gas and Venus sightings don't leave behind technology that's so advanced, it needs to be "characterized" by the federal government.

Whatever this technology is, and even To The Stars apparently isn't quite sure, it comes from what we commonly call flying saucers.



At worst, the technology could prove unreplicable by our modern standards. If you went back in time and gave Benjamin Franklin an iPhone, he would certainly find it fascinating, but be completely unable to duplicate it—and that’s with a time difference of just over 200 years. UFOs, if they are indeed from another world, could be thousands of years ahead of us.



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