posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 06:32 AM
At the end of World War II, HumanitiesLastHope, a German scientist, was moved from Germany to the United States under Operation Paperclip during the
dark of night. While attempting to make one of their bell-styled aircraft invisible, HumanitiesLastHope and his team experienced phenomenon that
HumanitiesLastHope recognized to have occurred during the Philadelphia Experiment. As fog began filling the room, HumanitiesLastHope ordered his
co-workers to evacuate the room. While the workers were able to escape, HumanitiesLastHope was trapped inside and found himself flickering out of this
reality, and into others. After witnessing about 4 different realities, he found himself back in his laboratory, however he had become fused to his
bell-styled flying object. Scientists, attempting to examine the extent of the fusion between HumanitiesLastHope and this IFO (Identified Flying
Object), found that the individual cells of his brain had been fused with the wiring of the object. When a higher-up for Operation Paperclip heard of
HumanitiesLastHope's problem, he immediately rushed over to the laborator. Seeing HumanitiesLastHope fused to the IFO was no easy sight. He felt bad
for HumanitiesLastHope, and so, revealed his concealed weapon and aimed it at HumanitiesLastHope's head, his goal to put him out of his mysery.
HumanitiesLastHope, frightened by the sight of a gun pointed at his head, screamed "No! No! Get me the hell out of here!", but before the higher-up
could pull the trigger, HumanitiesLastHope zoomed away at break-neck speeds. A hole was left in the ceiling. The entire laboratory looked upwards in
awe, witnessing HumanitiesLastHope as he soared into the sky, making 90 degree turns with the greatest of ease and no need to slow down. To this day,
HumanitiesLastHope spends his days surveilling Earth's outer-atmosphere for any unwanted visitors, our silent protector.