Month: January 2020

Antigravity scientist evokes ghost of Thomas Townsend Brown

A scientist tells George Noory about Thomas Townsend Brown’s concepts, which, he says, could lead to a de facto antigravity propulsion system.

Here is an article quoting the scientist, Paul LaViolette, published in a tabloid, the Express.

To this I say, Duh! Well, of course. The Pentagon perfected this sort of propulsion system a long time ago.

But, hey, if you’re paying any attention at all I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Will Trump’s 2020 SOTU highlight new Space Force plans?

Perhaps the POTUS will highlight his Space Force plans during his upcoming State of the Union address on Feb. 4. #UFOs #SOTU2020 #TicTacUFOs #Pentagon #antigravity #SpaceForce

There are so many questions surrounding this new branch of the U.S. military.

First and foremost, are the tic tac UFOs a super-secret Pentagon antigravity tech? If so, are they now part of the Space Force, and will this new agency be dramatically expanding the U.S. human space exploration program, or will deep-space exploration continue on a totally clandestine track unknown to the public?

Maybe Trump dropped a hint in his recent unveiling of a Space Force logo, an insignia that resembles Starfleet’s. Another not-so-subtle allusion to the fictional Star Trek was the designation of a new Space Operations Center, or SPOC.

Does this mean we will embark on a more-or-less public deep-space exploration program that mimics Star Trek’s.

Given the history of UFO secrecy, I seriously doubt so, but it’s possible that Trump will seize on the whole tic tac UFO phenomenon to indirectly expose the existence of an advanced propulsion system within the U.S. military that allows for deep-space transportation.

Are Navy ‘UFO patents’ part of Pentagon disinformation campaign?

The War Zone has published an interesting article regarding the case of Dr. Salvatore Pais, whose patents filed on behalf of the U.S. Navy show capabilities resembling those exhibited by the recent tic tac UFOs encountered by Navy pilots.

First of all, let’s acknowledge how ridiculous this is. The Pentagon is extremely secretive. We’re talking about an organization that wouldn’t even share nuclear know-how with the Brits – AFTER the end of World War II. There is NO WAY the government would patent its most coveted technologies.

There is only one logical explanation for these patents: They are part of an organized disinformation strategy aimed at confusing our adversaries, and, by extension, the media and the American public.

But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Was antigravity one of Vannevar Bush’s crazy ‘loonshots’?

Vannevar Bush’s approach to innovation is highlighted In the recently published book “Loonshots” by physicist Safi Bahcall.

The book delves into the value of pursuing concepts deemed high risk by the research community.

I can think of one crazy idea he likely helped foster: antigravity.

But I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Navy has ‘briefing slides’ of Tic Tac UFOs, secret video

Hmmm, now this is very interesting, as the late, great Arte Johnson would say.

The Daily Mirror article quotes a U.S. Navy source who says releasing top secret ‘briefing slides’ of those tic tac UFOs would cause ‘grave damage’ to national security.

First of all, there are briefing slides? This raises several questions, first and foremost, specifically who was briefed on such a granular level? We know the POTUS was briefed at the Pentagon, as well as a very small circle of other officials, a group that possibly included John Bolton. So, were these slides created for that very briefing?

There’s also a secret longer version of the video that’s been released, showing the bizarre craft flying rings around state-of-the-art F-18 aircraft.

The tic tac UFOs are obviously above top secret U.S. aerospace vehicles. But, hey, I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know. It’s all in Flying Saucers!

Dear Pentagon: Please send said briefing slides to …