The Government’s Secret UFO Space Program
We didn’t know much about the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program until now, but apparently, the Department of Defense has been focusing its efforts far beyond potential threats on Earth.
The Defense Intelligence Agency has finally let the public in on at least some of what it’s been up to by recently releasing a list of 38 research titles that range from the weird to the downright bizarre. It would have never revealed these titles—on topics like invisibility cloaking, wormholes and extradimensional manipulation—if it wasn’t for the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request put in by the director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Society, Steven Aftergood.
“The list of research papers tells us something more than previous reporting did about this odd program,” Aftergood told Motherboard. “Now we have a better idea of exactly what the Defense Intelligence Agency was up to, and what it produced.”
We can finally get an insider look at the Pentagon’s study of what it calls “anomalous aerospace threats”, meaning UFOs. The government has been running a UFO operation behind our backs all this time. With titles like Advanced Nuclear Propulsion for Manned Deep Space Missions, Pulsed High-Power Microwave Technology, Space Access, Invisibility Cloaking and Traversable Wormholes, Stargates and Negative Energy, you can probably see why.
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