I wouldn't rely too heavily on the remarks of Philip J. Corso as "proof" of anything.
Corso claimed that junk scavenged at Roswell was "back engineered" to produce things about which we had never previously dreamed, such as integrated
circuits and modern computers.
That's a lot of hogwash from a guy who was ignorant about the history of electronics.
is the "fundamental building block" of all
modern electronics, and the transistor existed at least 22 years
Integrated circuitry and computer processors represent merely a logical progression of technology following the invention of the transistor — which
existed on paper and in labs long before
the Roswell incident. Texas Instruments unveiled the very first commercial transistor
based on patented research dating back to 1925.
Even before that, in the late 19th and very early 20th centuries, the genius Nikola Tesla had already patented
the technology for producing
solid state logic gateways — several thousand of which you'll currently find in any modern computer.
Additionally, Tesla invented/patented radio, radio-control, and radio-jamming technology in the 19th Century before Marconi ever transmitted his
feeble signal across the Atlantic (using Tesla's equipment). Beyond that, Tesla experimented with high-power X-rays before anyone else, invented
fluorescent lighting decades before the technology was "rediscovered," and also experimented with technology that can only be described as
, which he predicted would render all other forms of weaponry useless.
Point being, the mind of Man is more than capable
of producing all the "miracles of modern technology" that we see today — we don't need
genies in lamps or UFO crash landings to give us a helping hand.
In fact, the mind of Man has produced technologies that we're not allowed
to see, as yet, as they would endanger many industries and wreck
global economy if they were unveiled to an unprepared world. I speak of Free Energy
technology (another Tesla brainchild), "anti-gravity"
technology, and instant communications tech that would send our modern communications industry into a tailspin if it was released too soon.
Think of this: Just 20 years from now, more than 65% of all jobs will be based on technology that doesn't even exist yet
. Yes, it exists on
paper, it exists in R&D facilities tucked away in the hills, but it hasn't been allowed to escape
into the public domain... If you saw some of
this technology today, you would think
it was alien-inspired
, but that's not the case.
We humans are quite capable of amazing ourselves
without any help from little green men.
— Doc Velocity