What advanced products were developed from back-engineering alien technology?

According to Col. Corso and some CSETI witnesses, the following items came from alien technology:

  • the transistor

  • Kevlar (super tenacity fibers-have a tensile strength five times stronger than steel wire)

  • MREs - meal ready to eat (irradiated food with long shelf life)

  • integrated circuits

  • microchips

  • lasers

  • laser/particle beam weapons

  • particle beam weapons

  • night vision (image intensifiers)

  • fiber optic communication (light messaging hardware)

  • electromagnetic propulsion system

  • ion propulsion drive

  • portable atomic generators & batteries

  • molecular alignment metallic alloys

  • thought pickup headband for flight control

Space based laser hybrid weapons (If the laser’s electromagnetic energy is converted into electrogravitational energy (scalar energy) a usable power output gain of ten to the twentieth power is accomplished. With this technology, the following weapons and tasks can be realized:

  • Electron flow (electric current) cancellation system.


    • Nervous system electrochemical energy neutralizer (paralyzer device or death weapon)

    • Emotion transmission system

    • Mental confusion transmission system

    • Distant telepathy transmission

  • Electromagnetic field cancellation system

  • Anti-vehicle system

  • HAARP type weapons systems

  • Weather control systems

  • Dematerialization shield system

  • Free energy generator system

  • Nuclear radiation neutralization system

  • RF (radio frequency) weapons:

    RF generated by:

    • Magnetohydrodynamic generator

    • Explosive magnetic generator

    • Implosive magnetic generator

    • Cylindrical or spherical shock wave generator

    • Ferromagnetic generator

    • Superconductive magnetic field shock wave generator

    • Piezoelectric generator

    • Superconductive ring burst generator

    • Portable atomic battery or generator

How did Radar come to be developed into a radio frequency weapon against alien spacecraft?

The 1947 Roswell crash of an alien spacecraft was said to be caused by the craft flying in front of an air base radar unit and getting its avionics fried. It flew on at a low altitude, but it could no longer be controlled. Eventually it impacted into a hillside many miles away. Years later, somebody figured out what happened to cause the crash. Then the military learned in a tragic way that Radar could be a deadly weapon.

Because of a tragedy that cost the lives of about 140 US Navy personnel, the effectiveness of Radar disruption of electronic systems on aircraft was discovered. On July 19, 1967, the aircraft carrier USS Forrestal was stationed off the coast of Viet Nam. The stern area of the flight deck was covered with aircraft being armed with missiles and bombs for an air raid against North Viet Nam.


The USS Forrestal was equipped with a new powerful Radar system. The Radar system was activated when the planes were loaded and nearly ready to go. The strong Radar signals penetrated into and overloaded the electronic fire control system for the Shrike missiles on two F-4 fighters.


The two fire control systems fired the missiles on deck, where they detonated starting fires on the waiting aircraft. The raging fires destroyed many aircraft, causing high explosive 1000-pound bombs to detonate, doing further damage and killing dozens of sailors fighting the fires. One of the F-4 pilots who barely escaped with his life, went on to become a US Senator and run for president, Senator John McCain. But the Navy learned the lesson that Radar will overload sensitive aircraft electronic systems, destroying or rendering them temporarily useless.


Those findings of the use of Radar as a weapon were kept classified until recently, allowing the military to secretly develop Radar into a weapons system. The military has been even able to down alien spacecraft on several occasions using both mobile Radar units, and very high power Distant Early Warning Radar when UFOs would get too close to it. (Those two types were not even designed as Radar weapons!)


The DEW Radar would be locked on the UFO manually, the power boosted to maximum, and the UFO would drop like a rock. (Anybody have a DEW Radar system we can borrow?) It is my personal opinion that the Gray abduction craft’s electronic controls were not shielded from Radar or RF weapons because the Reptoids did not trust the Grays to remain loyal, and they did not want us getting their advanced shielding technology if any of the craft fell into our hands.


So any captured ships we might try to use against the Reptoids would be vulnerable to the Reptoid’s weapon systems. I believe the alien craft hulls are not shielded because the gravity waves they generate for propulsion must pass through the hull material without restriction. As a side note, NORAD controls the satellites in deep space and near Earth that watch for alien craft. The acronym “NORAD” previously stood for North American Air Defense Command. They now have renamed it North American Aerospace Defense Command.


That change reflects the fact that NORAD and the military are now defending our air space and deep space further out in our solar system from an enemy that has deep space operational capabilities. If not the Russians or Chinese, just who might that be?

Has the US military used any advanced weapons against alien spacecraft?

Yes. At least two CSETI witnesses plan to testify that “Star Wars” type weapons have brought down alien extraterrestrial craft. A laser/particle beam weapon may have been used, possibly based on Kwajelein Island. Exact information will be revealed when the CSETI witnesses testify.

What other advanced weapons systems are available to the US military?

Tactical High Energy Laser (THEL)
The US Army Space and Missile Defense Command is working on a new active defense weapon system concept to enhance protection for combat forces and theater-level assets for the Force XXI Army. The mobile Tactical High Energy Laser, or THEL, weapon system would provide an innovative solution for the acquisition and close-in engagement problems associated with dumb munitions, a primary concern because counter-battery fire may not be an option in densely populated areas.


For several years, US Army SMDC has pursued development of a mobile, tactical high energy laser concept that could provide new air and missile defense capability. Numerous Department of Defense high-energy laser development programs over the last 20 years have proven and demonstrated the beam generation and beam pointing technologies that support the THEL concept. Force XXI advancements in the area of real-time situational awareness now make it possible to capitalize on the prime attributes of a THEL in operational scenarios.


A THEL will be able to fire with speed-of-light flyout for close-in engagements where time lines are very short. Cost will run only a few thousand dollars per kill or less, with a deep magazine to counter saturation attacks. Not only can a THEL weapon system destroy a target, but it can also degrade, disrupt, or damage. This enhances operational flexibility and effectiveness against a wide variety of air threats. A THEL system would enhance the effectiveness of the short- to medium-range air defense architecture.

Demonstrated Effectiveness
The effectiveness of high-energy lasers against short-range rockets was tested and demonstrated in the Nautilus program, an outgrowth of Project Strong Safety, in collaboration with Israel. The program was conducted primarily at US Army SMDC’s High Energy Laser Systems Test Facility at White Sands Missile Range, NM. Nautilus used only a fraction of the power of the HELSTF Mid-Infrared Advanced Chemical Laser to emulate the THEL weapon concept performance.


The MIRACL is a megawatt-class, deuterium fluoride, chemical laser operating at HELSTF since the early 1980s. After a series of static and dynamic tests, the program successfully destroyed a short-range rocket in flight on Feb. 9, 1996. This success triggered a joint THEL development effort with Israel.

THEL Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrator
In April 1996, the then Prime Minister of Israel, Shimon Peres, met with President Clinton and then Secretary of Defense Perry. During the meeting, the US made a commitment to assist Israel in the development of a THEL Advanced Concept Technology Demonstrator laser to be completed by the end of 1997, later extended to March 1998.


This commitment, based on the success of the Nautilus program, is designed to help Israel defend its northern cities from the threat posed by Katyusha and other short-range rockets. In July 1996, a contract was awarded by US Army SMDC to TRW, Inc., of Redondo Beach, Calif., for the design, development, and fabrication of the THEL demonstrator which will be a transportable, tactical-sized, deuterium fluoride, chemical laser.


The effort includes development and testing of the laser/fluid supply assembly; the pointer/tracker; a command, control, communications and fire control system; modification of and interface with a radar provided by Israel; and limited aspects of support equipment to demonstrate feasibility and support possible future field testing. It will take about 21 months to design and build the system. Plans call for 12-18 months of field testing both in the US and Israel.


The THEL demonstrator will provide the first opportunity to assess the utility of high-energy lasers in an operational scenario. If successful, the demonstrator may pave the way for future development of a THEL User Operational Evaluation System for use in US peace keeping/contingency operations. The US Army Air Defense Artillery School, at Fort Bliss, Texas, officially designated as the proponent for THEL by the US Army Training and Doctrine Command, will develop a mission need statement and an operational requirements for the initial THEL configuration.


Evolving high-energy laser, beam control, and digital battlefield information technologies promise to combine to form a highly effective weapons system for Force XXI air defense. The US Army’s THEL system can neutralize all fast moving threats with speed of light firepower. <“Fast moving threats” can also describe alien craft committing hostile acts.>


*The above information came from: US Army Space & Missile Defense Command, Public Affairs Office, Huntsville, Alabama

Is there any evidence our military is using advanced weapons or advanced spacecraft?

Yes, there most certainly is evidence. I came into a lot of information about craft our military has deployed but I choose not to reveal it for reasons of national security. Close as I can get is to reprint here an article that shows many observed large craft were in landing approaches to US Air Force bases:

UFO Sightings Linked To US Air Force Bases
There have been over ninety reports to The National Institute For Discovery Science of sightings of triangular UFOs seen between 1990 and today. In order to determine the possibility of patterns to these sightings, each sighting was plotted onto a pair of maps of the United States. Of the two maps, one marks the location of each triangular UFO sighting between 1990 and the present.


Seventeen US. Air Force bases under the Air Mobility Command (AMC) or an affiliate were also plotted on the map. This map displays the proximity of sightings to the AMC bases. In result, it appears that the sightings are usually within corridors between bases. By connecting the bases with a straight line, it shows that the sightings seem to closely follow these lines. The second map also plots the location of the same triangular UFO sightings during the same time span.


Not only were the seventeen AMC and affiliate bases marked, sixteen bases belonging to the Air Force Materiel Command (AFMC) were also plotted. When combining the bases of the two commands and then plotting their relationship to the sightings, results show precise patterns of sightings along the straight lines between bases. According to the second map, it also appears that the sightings are usually within corridors between the plotted bases. In the Eastern United States, Wright-Patterson AFB, HQ AFMC, seems to be a focal point, with Scott AFB, HQ AMC, in second place.


It is interesting that the January 5, 2000 sightings by five police officers in Illinois were in such extremely close proximity to Scott AFB. Study of both maps reveal an absence of sightings in the mid-western United States. The same area also has an absence of AMC or AFMC bases. With all of the evidence, we are lead to hypothesize that the flight paths are suggestive of the deployment of military aircraft hitherto unacknowledged.

Information Source: May 2, 2001

In the same vein, the US Air Force will be deploying extremely powerful laser weapons aboard conventional aircraft.


Ostensibly these will be used to shoot down Scud missiles, but they can be used to intercept and down any hostile alien craft that come within their range. If you have a speed of light weapon, you don’t always need a fast interceptor. It can be used to defend military bases and assets from a safe distance. It is called ABL. Check out what the Air Force has written about it. It is damn impressive.

Airborne Laser System Program Office
3300 Target Rd. SE, Building 760, Kirtland AFB, NM

Airborne Later System (ABL)
One of the United States Air Force’s highest priority programs involves putting a weapons class laser aboard a modified Boeing 747-400 series freighter aircraft and using that laser to destroy theater ballistic missiles shortly after being launched. The program is called the Airborne Laser and the aircraft is designated the YAL-1A Attack Laser. Destroying Scud-like missiles such as those used in the Gulf War is not a simple feat.


The laser must be powerful enough to extend hundreds of miles away to destroy missiles that could be traveling two-thirds of a mile per second. Sophisticated sensors and optics must spot the missile shortly after launch and direct the laser, keeping it focused on its fast-moving target. Corrections must be made for the atmosphere, which typically distorts and spreads a laser beam.


All these obstacles are being overcome. The program has completed a wide variety of milestones, including the construction and roll-out of the first aircraft in December 1999 and its flight to Wichita, Kansas, in January 2000 for modifications and the installation of equipment that will turn it into a prototype weapon system. Modifications are expected to be completed in the spring of 2001.


Subsequently, the aircraft will transfer to Edwards Air Force Base, California, for testing. Testing will culminate in 2003 with the destruction of several theater ballistic missiles under simulated wartime conditions off the California coast. A seven-plane operational fleet could exist as early as 2009. Responsible for producing the YAL-1A is the Airborne Laser System Program Office, formed in 1993 at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico.


The program office is a major unit of the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center, headquartered at Los Angeles Air Force Base California. Instrumental in producing the YAL-1A are several key contractors who are working under a $1.3 billion contract. The initial cost-plus contract was awarded by the Air Force in November 1996 to Boeing Defense Group of Seattle, Washington.


Boeing was to build the aircraft, manage systems integration, aircraft modifications, and the development of battle management systems (computers and software coupled to communications, intelligence and weapons-related instrumentation to detect, engage and defeat the attacking missiles).

Working with Boeing are 2 other contractors: TRW Space and Electronics Group of Redondo Beach, California, is developing the laser, and Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space of Sunnyvale, California, is in charge of beam- and fire-control development. Another key organization is the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate, also at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico.


For more than 20 years, the Laboratory has been conducting research into a myriad of technologies needed to make a defensive laser-carrying aircraft a reality. This includes the invention of the chemical laser that will be used on the YAL-1A and the development of technologies that will increase the distance laser light can travel through the atmosphere to destroy attacking missiles.


The $1.3 billion award, which is also termed the Airborne Laser Program Definition and Risk Reduction contract, culminated a two-year concept definition phase in which Boeing competed with Rockwell International. Under contracts for $22 million each, the two companies defined their concepts for a high-energy airborne laser system.


The most noticeable of the changes the aircraft is currently undertaking in Wichita is the installation of a turret in its nose from which a beam of laser light will emanate to destroy attacking missiles. Additionally, the aircraft will be modified to accept a multimegawatt-class laser, specialized optics, and the computerized equipment that will allow the Attack Laser to spot its targets.

The Laser
Central to this system is the laser—a chemical oxygen-iodine laser invented in 1977 by a predecessor unit of the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate.

This laser technology has some distinctive advantages. First, laser light is produced as a result of a chemical reaction -when oxygen and iodine chemistries are mixed. This means that the laser doesn’t need a large electrical power plant to make it work as did the older, early-generation lasers. A second advantage is the laser’s wavelength - an infrared (invisible) wavelength of 1.315 microns. That is the world’s shortest wavelength for a high-power laser. This wavelength travels easily through the atmosphere and has greater brightness - or destructive potential - on the target.

Acquisition, Tracking & Pointing

Aside from needing a powerful laser, an airborne laser system must also be able to find and hit its targets. At the Army’s White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico, tests were conducted in June of 1996, using a laser to illuminate and track a boosting rocket. Atmospheric Experiments - Before an airborne weapon can become a reality, scientists needed to know more about what would happen to a laser beam traveling in a level (horizontal) path. What would the atmosphere do to that beam?


A series of experiments, conducted in 1994 and the spring of 1995, provided those answers. Experiments involved two airplanes flying at nearly 500 miles per hour, between 15 and 125 miles apart and at altitudes ranging from 35,000 to 50,000 feet. One aircraft was equipped with specialized instrumentation that received and measured a laser beam from the second plane and measured atmospheric turbulence in between.

Correcting For Atmospheric Turbulence

Correcting for those distortions was another tasking and the thrust of research for more than 15 years by another group of scientists at the Laboratory’s Directed Energy Directorate and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Lincoln Laboratory.


Working out of astronomical facilities at the Starfire Optical Range in the southeastern corner of Kirtland Air Force Base, researchers made a revolutionary breakthrough using lasers, computers and deformable optics. Additional testing continues at the North Oscura Peak site in the northern portion of White Sands Missile Range. This testing is done at long ranges, under conditions that more closely reflected operational situations. In this area, lasers and computers determine where the distortions are.


The computers then manage deformable optics: a mirror whose face can be altered hundreds of times per second to help compensate for the distortions in the atmosphere. For the Attack Laser, this technology offers a way to increase the range of the laser beam through the air to destroy deadly theater ballistic missiles.


More than 15 years ago, the Air Force Research Laboratory and its predecessor units completed a project that showed the potential for an airborne laser. A tanker airplane was modified and equipped with a gas-dynamic laser. This aircraft shot down a low-flying drone and five air-to-air missiles. This series of experiments showed that the concept was possible.


Later tests were also conducted at White Sands Missile Range, aimed at finding out how effective a laser would be against Scud-like missiles. For these tests, the nation’s most powerful laser, the Mid-Infrared Advanced Chemical Laser, was used. In every case, scale models of typical targets were easily destroyed.

The System

Computer simulations indicate that in actual battle, an airborne laser would be very effective. A fleet could arrive on the scene within hours, ready to take defensive positions. Two Attack Lasers would be flying around the clock, at about 40,000 feet. If the enemy were to launch a theater ballistic missile, the Attack Laser would detect the booster while it is still powered and emerges through the clouds.


The Attack Laser would then destroy the missile, with the resulting debris tending to fall back on enemy territory. The Space and Missile Systems Center, the Airborne Laser System Program Office’s parent organization, develops and purchases military space systems, managing more than $56 billion in contracts. The center has an annual operating budget of more than $5.5 billion and employs about 3,400 people worldwide.

Public Domain Source:
Air Force Research Laboratory
Current as of February 2000

Col. Corso hinted in his book “The Day After Roswell” that our military had some battles with aliens and we used advanced weapons to defend ourselves. We are just starting to find out about weapons the military has had for a very long time. I have personal knowledge of what a certain defense contractor was able to do with a high power laser system in a test in 1966. They used a ground-based laser to hit a dummy target in orbit in space (with highly impressive results).


There is a picture on the next page of a newer laser weapon system made by the same company. That laser is about three times the size of THEL. It has several “kills” stenciled on it representing what types of test targets it has shot down, but there is also one shape stenciled on it which appears to be a classic saucer type UFO. It is too high off the ground for somebody to paint it on as a prank.


So maybe a nosy UFO was at the wrong place at the wrong time. I think we have used advanced weapons against ET UFOs in a second way more recently, not so much to fend off attacks, but to knock down small ET reconnaissance craft that were targets of opportunity (and only when NORAD had established the craft was alone and unmonitored). The idea seems to be to acquire more alien hardware, while not tipping our hand to the aliens about what weapons we have deployed.


There have been many instances of incursions by multiple UFOs near military bases to see what kind of response they will draw. We have either done nothing in response, or only launched helicopters or conventional fighter aircraft. An example of this happened here at the Cape. I wrote earlier in this book about the fifty foot diameter saucer that came in low and slow over Kennedy Space Center about six years ago.


Four fighters (2 F-16s and 2 FA-18s) came in and chased the UFO off. I personally talked to two of the witnesses, and the local MUFON chapter president has taken statements from fifty other witnesses to the event. Most of those witnesses were engineers at companies like Boeing, or were NASA employees. Recently the aliens seemed to have started an armed reconnaissance campaign. Energy weapons of some type were fired in Hartsville, Tennessee on July 6, 2001, near the TVA power grid, knocking out a radio station and frying hundreds of birds in the air.

See the complete story and pictures at the following website:

Someone was shooting downward. Those energy weapons are usually directional. Knocking out a power grid would disable any of our defensive energy weapons that were hooked to the grid. Maybe our military successfully defended Tennessee against an attempt by the aliens to see how easily our power plants could be neutralized.

Was an energy weapon actually patented that performs like a photon torpedo launcher in Star Trek?

Yes it is true. Science fiction seems to have ideas for inventions that eventually show up in real life. Communications satellites, spy satellites, ray weapons, all were written about in science fiction many years ago.

Now they exist. The following patent describes a weapon that does what a Star Trek photon torpedo launcher does so closely, that the inventor himself makes that comparison in the patent. This type weapon has to be what was seen firing on the UFO in the famous STS-48 Space Shuttle videotape. If you want to read the technical details of the patent I will include a website at the end of this article. I am only copying here the description of what it is and what it does. I have selected descriptive highlights from the patent. I have left out equations and technical plans.

United States Patent 4,959,559

September 25, 1990

Electromagnetic or other directed energy pulse launcher

The physical realization of new solutions of wave propagation equations, such as Maxwell’s equations and the scalar wave equation, produces localized pulses of wave energy such as electromagnetic or acoustic energy which propagate over long distances without divergence. The pulses are produced by driving each element of an array of radiating sources with a particular drive function so that the resultant localized packet of energy closely approximates the exact solutions and behaves the same.

Inventors: Ziolkowski; Richard W. (Livermore, CA)
Assignee: The United States of America as represented by the United States

The US Government has rights to this invention pursuant to Contract No. W-7405-ENG-48 between the US Department of Energy and the University of California, for the operation of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Outline Of The Invention: The invention relates generally to transmission of pulses of energy, and more particularly to the propagation of localized pulses of electromagnetic or acoustic energy over long distances without divergence. As the Klingon battle cruiser attacks the Starship Enterprise, Captain Kirk commands “Fire photon torpedoes”.


Two darts or blobs of light speed toward their target to destroy the enemy spaceship. Star date 1989, Star Trek reruns, or 3189, somewhere in intergalactic space. Fantasy or reality. The ability to launch localized packets of light or other energy which do not diverge as they travel great distances through space may incredibly be at hand.

Following the pioneering work of J. N. Brittingham, various groups have been actively pursuing the possibility that solutions to the wave equation can be found that allow the transmission of localized, slowly decaying pulses of energy, variously described as electromagnetic missiles or bullets, Bessel beams, transient beam fields, and splash pulses.


These efforts have in common the space-time nature of the solutions being investigated and their potential launching mechanisms, pulse-driven antennas. Brittingham’s original work involved a search, over a period of about 15 years, for packet-like solutions of Maxwell’s equations (the equations that describe how electromagnetic waves propagate). The solutions sought were to be continuous and nonsingular (well behaved, realizable), three-dimensional in pulse structure (localized), and nondispersive for all time (faithfully maintaining their shape).


They were also to move at the velocity of light in straight lines and carry finite electromagnetic energy. The solutions discovered, termed focus wave modes (FWMs), had all the aforementioned properties except the last; like plane-wave solutions to the same equations, they were found to have finite energy density but infinite energy, despite all attempts to remove this deficiency, and thus are not physically realizable.


Conventional methods for propagation of energy pulses are based on simple solutions to Maxwell’s equations and the wave equation. Spherical or planar waveforms are utilized. Beams of energy will spread as they propagate as a result of diffraction effects. Present arrays are based on phasing a plurality of elements, all at the same frequency, to tailor the beam using interference effects. In a conventional antenna system, such as a phased array driven with a monochromatic signal, only spatial phasing is possible.


The resulting diffraction-limited signal pulse begins to spread and decay when it reaches the Rayleigh length. It is an object of the invention to provide method and apparatus for launching electromagnetic and acoustic pulses which can travel distances much larger than the Rayleigh length without divergence.


It is another object of the invention to physically realize new solutions to the scalar wave and Maxwell’s equations which provide localized packets of energy which transverse large distances without divergence. It is a further object of the invention to provide compact arrays for launching these pulses.



The invention is method and apparatus for launching electromagnetic and acoustic energy pulses which propagate long distances without substantial divergence. A preferred embodiment of the invention is based on the recognition that a superposition of the FWM pulses can produce finite-energy solutions to the wave equation and to Maxwell’s equations.


As with plane waves, the infinite-energy property is not an insurmountable drawback per se. The variable k in the solution provides an added degree of freedom, and these fundamental Gaussian pulse fields can be used as basis functions, a superposition of which represent new transient solutions of the wave equation. In other words, these infinite-energy solutions can be added together, with the proper weighting, to yield physically realizable, finite-energy solutions.


More generally, the invention applies to any nonseparable space-time solution .PHI..sub.k (r,t) of the relevant wave propagation equation, and may in some cases even be based on an approximate solution. The invention particularly applies to broadband sources such as acoustic and microwave sources.

Each element of an array of radiating elements is driven by the appropriate driving function for that individual element. The array is preferably a finite planar array, and may be folded to produce a more compact configuration. The invention is method and apparatus for launching localized pulses of energy which substantially approximate EDEPTs, electromagnetic directed energy pulse trains, which are exact pulse solutions of Maxwell’s equations in an isotropic, homogeneous medium, or ADEPTs, acoustic directed energy pulse trains, which are exact pulse solutions of the acoustic (scalar) wave equation in an isotropic, homogeneous medium.


An MPS pulse can be designed to recover its initial amplitude after propagating very large distances while spreading very little. The pulse moves virtually unchanged in the “near” zone, “sloshes” about the pulse center in the “intermediate” zone, recovering its initial amplitude at intervals out to very large distances, and finally falls off as inverse distance in the “far” zone.


These pulses can be produced with a finite array of radiating elements individually driven with appropriately shaped pulses. A Huygens reconstruction based on the causal, time-retarded Green’s function and a finite planar array of point sources reproduced the MPS pulses at large distances. The array-generated MPS pulse appears to be very robust and insensitive to perturbations in the initial source distributions.


The physical realization of new solutions of Maxwell’s equations and the wave equation provide the possibility of propagating localized pulses of electromagnetic or acoustic energy over long distances without loss. Such localized transmissions could have applications in communications, remote sensing, power transmission, and directed-energy weapons.

<End Patent>

You can read the complete patent at the US Patent Office site at:  Find where you search for patents by patent number and type in 4,686,605

According to Col. Corso, energy weapons like this were developed by back-engineering alien technology that the military recovered. That may have a lot to do with why these weapons were “developed” at places like Livermore Lab, US Dept. of Energy, Advanced Power Technologies, Inc., and not by “Joe Inventor” in his basement. APTI, Inc., is where HAARP was “developed.”  

They claim that under a classified government program, an integrated millimeter-wave power beaming system was developed to government specification and demonstrated in the field. I can believe it.

Have any astronauts seen UFOs that skeptics can’t claim were just space debris?

Yes. Astronaut Gordon Cooper chased UFOs over Germany with his Air Force fighter plane. He was able to visually determine they were not any known aircraft. Later when he was an astronaut he observed a glowing green disc shaped craft approaching his space capsule. NASA’s Radar tracking station in Australia picked it up as it approached the space capsule. It was definitely not ice or debris that flaked off his capsule.


A few years later Gordon Cooper witnessed a UFO landing on the runway at Edwards Air Force Base, California. He took several pictures of it with a camera. After the craft sat on the runway for several minutes, it lifted off, retracted its three-legged landing gear, and flew away. Gordon asked who he should notify about his photos. He was told the procedure was to use a UFO hotline to contact a specific general in Washington who handled the UFO reports.


Gordon called the general and was told to send the undeveloped film immediately to him in Washington. Gordon asked for copies of the photos to be sent back to him. The general agreed to do so. Gordon Cooper says he is still waiting for the photos.


Back to Top