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originally posted by: Masisoar
With the recent developments over the past couple years with regards to UFO disclosure & discussion, it's interesting to note the government's actions as of late and I couldn't help but ask, why?
Typically American exotic tech could be shrouded behind the UFO phenomenon for cover and it wasn't a big deal. But what about if a power like China was also to do the same? or Russia? The national security implications would be pretty profound.
Could their progress on exotic tech be the reason the government is changing its pattern of behavior towards disclosure? So that this exotic tech, wherever it may come from, doesn't come off as too much of a surprise to the general population?
China may not be as technologically inferior as we think, bread crumbs.
originally posted by: Hypntick
a reply to: chr0naut
Considering each technology is fundamentally different, it's not really an apples to apples comparison. You also have to look at the timeline of development of 5G with NASA and M2Mi partnering on development of a 5G technology almost simultaneously with a South Korean group beginning work as well. It wasn't until 5 years later that Huawei began investment into R&D activities.
As far as intellectual property theft occurring on the part of China, I could show you dozens of public instances, and know of thousands of instances that have not been made public and am not at liberty to disclose. Considering the current deployments of 5G from Huawei are susceptible to authentication attacks, it stands to reason that utilizing them would be a security concern.