posted on Jan, 21 2009 @ 08:50 PM
Hurtubise, 41, said the device detects stealth technology.
And he’s done the tests to prove it, with the covert help of scientists at the famed Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Hurtubise said.
If that’s not enough, Hurtubise also said the French government sent representatives to North Bay to witness a demonstration of the Angel Light.
Hurtubise said the reps were so impressed with the eight-foot long device they paid him $40,000 in cash to put the finishing touches on it.
The French, Hurtubise adds, have also agreed to pay him a “substantial” amount of money for the technology if it passes rigorous tests in
“They couldn’t believe what they saw,” Hurtubise told BayToday.ca.
“One of them told me it was as if I’d discovered a new universe.”
Gary Dryfoos, a consultant and former long-time instructor at MIT, said "there's a Nobel Prize" for Hurtubise if the Angel Light really performs as
"There are laws of physics waiting to be written for what he's talking about," Dryfoos said.
The French aren't the only ones interested in Hurtubise's innovations.
BayToday.ca has obtained documentation confirming that the former head of Saudi counter-intelligence, who asked that his name not be used, has been in
regular contact with Hurtubise regarding the Angel Light, fire paste, and the Light Infantry Military Blast Cushions (LIMBC).