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Originally posted by DJM8507
The secrecy is a form of national defense, and it is one of the major reasons that our country is so safe. Most nations are not willing to call our "bluff" and then realizing that we weren't bluffing.
I have spoken with several individuals inside the US Government and several very large defense contractors. I have been told several things that I thought was interesting, but there is no way that I can verify it, as no proof was given. They were that:
1) We have cloaking technology.
2) We have nearly unlimited energy technologies.
3) We have teleportation technology.
4) We have a small fleet of space craft.
5) We have bases on the Moon and Mars.
I have also been told that our technologies make Star Trek look primitive. They also mentioned that much of the black world is funded through the 'trickling down' of advanced older technologies, licensing them to companies, allowing them to "develop" them and apply them to technologies that we see available in commercial and consumer applications. The fees they receive from licensing old advanced technologies literally pour billions upon billions into these black endeavors every year. This is all done through offshore corporations that "own" the technology and license it, which act as a front to protect these entities from public scrutiny.
I don't know the whole story, but these are a few tidbits I have picked up along the way. But as I said, I have no idea if any of it is true besides the words of those I have spoken with.
Near the end of WWII the Nazi war effort was turning to ever more outlandish projects to provide a weapon that could turn the tide. One of these was the so-called Nazi Bell, located in an underground mine, with a ring of heavy duty testing pillars directly above. The device is reported to have been made of two stacked counter-rotating cylinders of mercury with bismuth alloy cores exposed to a high radio-frequency field. The scientists working on the device were trying to create a magnetic dipole based on the first incarnation of Albert Einstein's never-completed Unified Field Theory. Remnants of the testing rig and nearby power station solely used to power it remain to this day, however the Bell itself is gone. In an interview with John Dering, americanantigravity.com claims that SARA, a California-based defense contractor, successfully replicated the Nazi Bell on a small scale but subsequently shelved the project when major sources for funding failed to materialize. However the site also claims that it is likely 'Black Ops' in the US took the Nazi Bell in Operation Paperclip and recently used knowledge gained from it to create a triangular anti-gravity based craft known as the TR-3B. This craft works on a mercury plasma accelerated in a toroid and exposed to high radio-frequency fields but manages to negate only 89% of its mass and gravitational force. It is worthy to note that while a gravitational dipole (a bump in the gravity well) is said to be behind these effects it is unexplained as to why mass is also cancelled - but by the same token it has never been explained in conventional physics why gravitational mass and inertial mass are equal.
Originally posted by Saf85
reply to post by dragonridr
Umm yeah sure, they been talking about such lasers for years, yet no one has demonstrated one that actually works, nor have they confirmed any operation dates etc.
During the test Aug. 7 at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., the ATL aircraft, a C-130H, fired its high-energy chemical laser through its beam control system.
The beam control system acquired a ground target and guided the laser beam to the target, as directed by ATL's battle management system. The laser passes through a rotating turret on the aircraft's belly.
"By firing the laser through the beam control system for the first time, the ATL team has begun to demonstrate the functionality of the entire weapon system integrated aboard the aircraft," said Scott Fancher, vice president and general manager of Boeing Missile Defense Systems.