posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 10:54 AM
PORTALS AND DR. WEN HO LEE
scientists working at Los Alamos "Nuclear" Laboratory,
NM have succeeded in generating a holographic portal.
They have used this portal to travel across space-time,
and possibly interdimensionally, and have seen into another
NUCLEAR SUBSELENE TUNNELING
MACHINES ON THE MOON?
1980s documents from Los Alamos National Laboratory and
from Texas A&M University (under contract to NASA) indicate
that there are plans to use "nuclear subselene tunneling
machines" to melt tunnels under the Moon's surface, to
make living, working, mining and transportation facilities
for a lunar colony.
ECHELON - THE NATIONAL SECURITY
AGENCY AND GLOBAL ELECTRONIC SURVEILLANCE
In the booming surveillance industry they spy on whom
they wish, when they wish, protected by barriers of secrecy,
fortified by billions of pounds worth of high, high-tech
technology. Duncan Campbell reports from the United States
on the secret Anglo-American plan for a global electronic
spy system for the 21st century capable of listening in
to most of us most of the time.
M I L S T A R - SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS
MILSTAR is a joint service satellite communications system
that provides secure, jam resistant, worldwide communications
to meet essential wartime requirements for high priority
military users. The multi-satellite constellation will
link command authorities with a wide variety of resources,
including ships, submarines, aircraft and ground stations.
THE PHILADELPHIA PROJECT
- PROJECT RAINBOW AND THE USS ELDRIDGE
In July 1943, the destroyer U.S.S. Eldridge pulled into
the Delaware Bay area for a United States Naval experiment
that involved the task of making the ship invisible. The
project's official name is Project Rainbow, but was nicknamed
and more commonly known as the Philadelphia Experiment.