The Military and Intelligence agencies (e.g., DoD, CIA) have security
classifications such as 'Secret', 'Top Secret', Special Access Programs, etc.
The Dept-of-Energy have their own security classes such as 'Q'. They are
separate from those of the DoD/CIA and the latter cannot access them.
UFOs have been sighted over decades. But the number increased substantially around 1947 after the first nuke explosions and ended with the worldwide
nuke moratorium in the 1980s. Therefore there is a UFO-nuke connection and the DOE (formerly AEC) would be the logical place to hold the secrets.
The CIA/DIA could use them for their own purposes. (Now whether UFOs are actual machines, dimensional rips, plasmoids, dark-matter interactions, Van
Allen Radiation blobs etc. is another question.)
Brett Tingley at TWZ wrote another interesting essay on the DOE (
). It backs up what I've been saying for years (thank you, Brett!).
What is somewhat alarming is that the DOE has resisted Congressional oversight
for so long that for all practical purposes it doesn't exist anymore. (And
forget about Congressional members being bought off. That's no big news
The DOE is almost a separate Governmental entity that is nonaccountable.
Clinton was said that there were parts of the Government that even he did not
control. Ex-military and top investigator John Andrews suspected that there was
an unofficial non-elected branch of the Government that was responsible for
getting a lot of things done.
Also the fact that some secrets died with retired or deceased former DOE
employees. I find that hard to believe. Surely those were archived somewhere
unless they were destroyed for whatever reasons.
Most national nuclear laboratories are now doing 'Q'-level research into
genetics etc. Which begs the question what does this have to do with nuclear
engineering or weapons. Unless ... ... ... ...
... Ahhhhh! Now the pieces are finally coming together! [note: I archived Brett's essay at www.stealthskater.com...