The Suppression of UFO Technologies and
The UFO question carries with it the baggage of
centuries of speculation as to the very nature of who we are and how
we got here. It calls into question conventionally accepted theories
of evolution, and has the potential to unravel and invalidate many
of our most cherished beliefs in the supremacy of the human species
on the evolutionary ladder.
Reports of sightings and abductions have unearthed
new quandaries concerning government involvement with alien
visitors, and the extensive cover-up of these stories by various
governments. Clearly the human race has a propensity for avoiding
and/or denying uncomfortable information. We attempt to support our
fractured and failing paradigms with what, at best, can be
considered an amazing display of obstinacy.
It is no wonder that
the Brookings Institute was commissioned in the
1950s to study and report on the implications to the social fabric
of the revelation that we are "not alone." Sadly, the possibility of
extraterrestrial life has highlighted the persistence of the various
scientific establishments in cozying up to military money and
perquisites at the expense of their science, their ethics, and in
the end, their self-respect. Those skeptics curious enough to
investigate may find that the UFO information unfolding in the past
few decades has been very, very carefully managed so as to achieve
the desired results.
And what might these results be?
The logic behind any institution seems be
self-perpetuation, and it comes as no surprise that the institutions
charged with managing UFO and extraterrestrial information are
tasked with a virtual information hot potato. Despite the supposed
existence of an alien culture making its presence known and felt,
our dominant terrestrial institutions would make it appear as though
we are alone in an otherwise lifeless universe. It would not be
presumptuous to assume that there has in fact been some sort of
bargain or treaty negotiated between the alien visitors and the
major Earth powers to perpetuate this appearance.
Such a pact might allow the present power hierarchies
to continue to operate (with some new limitations and guidelines, of
course) while at the same time essentially doing the work they've
been assigned. It seems incredible that the fate of all beings of
earth may already have been decided without our knowledge or
consent, due to the censorship and top secret classification of
Stanton Friedman, UFO researcher and nuclear physicist, has publicly
stated that "whoever controls alien technology rules the world."
While there is abundant evidence that the U.S. government has had
access to some alien technology for several decades, there is no
doubt that the ones who really control alien technology are the
Regardless of this, much time and effort has gone
into the research and development of these same innovations right
here on earth. T. Townsend Brown was succeeding with his antigravity
work in the 1940s and 1950s and, in fact, experimentation of this
sort has been ongoing for at least seventy years. Indeed, there are
many serious researchers who now believe that the U.S. moon landing
program was accomplished with the aid of antigravity machines, and
there is more than a little reason to believe them. (The lack of a blast-off exhaust from the lunar
Lander on Apollo 11, for example, is one intriguing bit of evidence
for this assertion.)
Yet it is only recently that the news of a successful
antigravity breakthrough is being allowed to be published in
mainstream physics journals.
UFO research is big news these days, and the news is coming fast and
thick. I have chosen some of the most revealing stories I have been
able to find to illustrate the extent of the cover-up of information
concerning UFOs and the principles on which they operate. Avoidance
and outright denial have made it possible for our governments to
hide the truth thus far.
It is interesting to speculate how this knowledge,
made public, is likely to alter our perspective.
Breakthrough as Boffins
Scientists in Finland are about to reveal details of the world's
first anti-gravity device. Measuring about 30 cm across, it is said
to reduce significantly the weight of anything suspended over it.
The claim—which has been rigorously examined by scientists and is
due to appear this month in a physics journal—could spark a
technological revolution. By combating gravity—the most ubiquitous
force in the universe— everything from transport to power
generation, could be transformed.
NASA, the United States space agency, is taking the claims seriously
and is financing research into how the antigravity effect could be
turned into a means of flight.
The researchers at the Tampere University of Technology in Finland,
who discovered the effect, say it could form the heart of a new
power source in which it is used to drive fluids past
Other uses seem limited only by the imagination:
Lifts in buildings could be replaced by devices
built into the ground. People wanting to go up would simply
activate the antigravity device— making themselves
weightless—and with a gentle push ascend to the floor they want.
Space travel would become routine, as all the
expense and danger of rocket technology is geared towards
combating the Earth's gravitational pull.
By using the devices to raise fluids against
gravity and then conventional gravity to pull them back to Earth
against electricity-generated turbines, the devices could also
revolutionize power generation.
According to Dr. Eugene Podkletnov, who led the
research, the discovery was accidental.
New Zealand Star Times
September 22, 1996
It emerged during routine work on so-called "superconductivity,"
the ability of some materials to lose their electrical
resistance at low temperatures.
The team was carrying out tests on a rapidly spinning disc of
super-conducting ceramic suspended in the magnetic field of
three electrical coils, all enclosed in a low-temperature vessel
called a cryostat.
"One of my friends came in and he was smoking
his pipe," said Dr. Podkletnov. "He put some smoke over the
cryostat and we saw that the smoke was going to the ceiling
all the time. It was amazing—we couldn't explain it."
Tests showed a small drop in the weight of
objects placed above the device, as if it were shielding the
object from the effects of gravity—an effect deemed impossible
by most scientists.
The team found that even the air pressure above the device
dropped slightly, with the effect detectable directly above the
device on every floor above the laboratory.
What makes this claim different from previous "antigravity"
devices scorned by the establishment is that it has survived
intense scrutiny by skeptical, independent experts and has been
accepted for publication by the Journal of Physics-D: Applied
Physics, published by Britain's Institute of Physics.
Even so, most scientists will not feel comfortable with the idea
of anti-gravity until other teams repeat the experiments. The
Finnish team is already expanding its program to see if it can
amplify the antigravity effect.
In its latest experiments, the team has measured a 2-percent
drop in the weight of objects suspended over the device—and
double that if one device is suspended over another.
If the team can increase the effect substantially, the
commercial implications are enormous.
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