I'm not sure if this was mentioned before, but here goes anyways. When reading the Branton Files I ran across three patent numbers that were
allegedly mentioned by Thomas Edwin Castello. These patents were for nuclear powered boring machines that can supposedly bore tunnels miles
into the earth. These are the patent numbers: 3,881,777; 3,885,832 and 3,693,731.
I did as suggested by the author and did a search on these numbers using the patent number search on the United States Patent and Trademark Office
website. The patents for these machines really do exist, and they're actually rather impressive; diagrams are included.
If you haven't already, check this out for yourself. I'd give a link that goes directly to it, but the address is so freaking long... Go to the
patent office site here: www.uspto.gov...
, click on "Search" under Patents, then click "Patent Number Search", then put in one of the
numbers above, then click "Images." It's worth looking at, in my opinion.
These patents were filed in 1971 and 1974. And who hired the inventors to come up with these machines? None other than our beloved U.S. government.
Doesn't it seem like too much of a coincidence that all
the inventors who worked to design these machines were all resident in New
, apparent ufo/alien hotspot of the world?
Looking at these machines, doesn't it seem to give a certain amount of credibility to the Branton Files? Just think, these machines which are
supposed to bore at speeds of 5 to 10 miles an hour were patented in the early 70's. I don't know how long it would take to make one, but if you
assumed that just one
was made by the 80's, that's around 25 years
of tunneling. 25 years, 5 to 10 miles an hour
kind of scary sounding to me.
Now even if the Branton Files are wrong about aliens using us to make tunnels for their
use, that still leaves the possibility that our
government is using them for their own use... If that's the case, why would the U.S. need so many miles of tunnels underground? They can't
be fallout shelters for the president, can they? Something smells fishy.
What do you think?
[edit on 25-4-2005 by CloudlessKnight]