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Draw your blinds...hide the children...bring in the cat and dog...duct-tape up the windows...because once again your e-mail box has been invaded by your weekly visit of the strange and unknown.  Yes, that's right, Conspiracy Journal, home of conspiracies, UFOs, the paranormal and other interesting bits of news and information is here to confound your senses and infuriate those who wish to keep the truth secret. 

This week, Conspiracy Journal takes a look at such eye scorching tales as:

- Feds Scrape Together $30M for Plug-In Hybrids. That's All? -
- New Kennedy Assassination Books From Paris Flammonde -
- Huge Footprints Found in Borneo -
- 'Planet X' May Lurk Beyond Pluto -
AND: Area 51 and Time Machine Aliens

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In This Incredible Issue:
Sleep Paralysis, Split Personalities,
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Michelle Belanger: Life as a Psychic Vampire

Science and Psychism:The Future of Artificial Intelligence

From Microbes to Monoliths:The Search for Life on Mars

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News Blackouts and the Non-Reporting of UFOs

The Mysterious Disappearance of Agatha Christie

College Campus Urban Legends:Tall Tales that Students Tell

Moonville, OH:A Haunted Railroad Town

Virginia’s Twitching Illness and Other Mass Maladies

The Children of God:Jesus Freaks and Flirty Fishing

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Feds Scrape Together $30M for Plug-In Hybrids. That's All?

The Bush Administration has shown its support for plug-in hybrids by promising a measly $30 million to get them on the road within eight years, a figure and a timeline some automakers and plug-in advocates say is too little and too long. Getting these cars on the road quickly, they say, should be a national priority with the funding to match.

The Department of Energy made a big deal of the hand-out, announcing it at a plug-in hybrid conference in Washington D.C., but c'mon -- $30 million? To be spread out among  three companies over three years? What'd it do -- scrounge change from couch cushions in the Pentagon? EV advocates were quick to thank Uncle Sam for the money but said it's going to take a whole lot more than that to wean us from oil -- which, by the way, will collect $17 billion in tax breaks during the next decade.

"It's great to see the DOE upping its support of plug-in vehicles and getting the major car companies involved," Sherry Boschert, vice-president of Plug In America, told "Unfortunately, the $30 is a drop in the bucket compared with funding that DOE blows on less viable and potentially harmful options like hydrogen fuel cell cars and corn-based biofuels."

General Motors, Ford and General Electric will share the money, which Assistant Energy Secretary Andy Karsner said would accelerate development of the cars to make them cost-competitive by 2014 and commercially viable by 2016.

2016? When the Chevrolet Volt and a plug-in Prius could be in showrooms by 2010 and Nissan says it'll skip plugs entirely and give us an EV at about the same time?

Plug-in advocates weren't alone in expressing dismay at the DOE timeline. Sen. Robert Mendez, D-N.J., chastised the agency for not thinking bigger and pushing harder, saying, "The administration lacks a sense of urgency on this issue."

To be fair, plug-in hybrids still face challenges and even Toyota is telling people not to expect miracles. Bill Reinert, the automakers U.S. head of advanced technology, told Automotive News the range may not be as great as people expect. "When we see the (claims of) 100 mile-per-gallon stuff, not everybody's going to get 100 miles per gallon," he says.

They don't have to. Seventy percent of us don't drive more than 40 miles a day. A car that will go that far on a single charge will free most people from gasoline. But even that's a tough goal to meet, and lithium-ion batteries remain the biggest hurdle. Congress has said it will increase research funding in the years to come, but how much is anyone's guess.

Automakers could use nickel metal hydride batteries, which Toyota's been putting in the Prius for 10 years. But Mark Fields, president of the Americas for Ford Motor Co., says battery technology is just one problem. He laid out several others in a speech during the plug-in conference and said it's time for Washington to get involved in solving them.

"In order for us to succeed, we must make this a national priority," he says. "We are doing our part to transform the industry and invest in new technologies. However, in a global environment, a substantial government partnership is required. The governments of Japan, China, Korea, and India are significantly funding the research, development and deployment of plug-in hybrid vehicle technologies. This is a race that we must win."

What would it take to win? David Sandalow, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and former Clinton Administration official, says we could transform the nation's vehicle fleet if we spent about $18.5 billion over the next decade. He lays it out like this in "Freedom from Oil: How the Next President Can End the United States' Oil Addiction":

    * $5 billion to help automakers retool production plants.
    * $12 billion in consumer tax credits for plug-in hybrids.
    * $1 billion to add 30,000 plug-in hybrids to the government fleet each year for 10 years.
    * $500 million to underwrite warranties on lithium-ion batteries until the technology is proven.

Eighteen-point-five billion. The proposal that Congress shot down this week to tax Big Oil's windfall profits and take away its tax subsidies would have just about covered that.

Source: Wired


History of the Kennedy Assassination By Paris Flammonde

The Assassination of America, is not an “assassination book,” it is a massive and comprehensive history of the period preceding, surrounding, and following the murder of the 35th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy by Paris Flammonde, more, is it not a “book” but, rather, a set of three books: The Deaths in Dallas, The Masques of New Orleans, and Barren Harvest--the fourth, the indices consisting of the Dramatis Personae, the Subject Index, and the Graphics Index, to be issued before the end of the year. Additionally, the work of over fifteen hundred pages includes more than four hundred frames of photographs and illustrations and thirty appendices the first two of which are more than sixty portraits of the most noted “critics” and about thirty biographies of them.

While the author’s initial interest in the subject began more than four decades ago when, as he worked on an earlier book in his Greenwich Village studio he heard the announcement of the Texas tragedy come over the radio of a taxi parked just outside his open casement window, it was much intensified when he was asked to do a book on the event. This commitment led to visits to New Orleans, doing some investigative work for the legendary District Attorney Jim Garrison, interviewing persons involved in the inquiry and dining at Antoines and Brennan’s with the six foot six Big Easy personality.

The author’s particular contribution to the Garrison inquiries, the only official investigation of the murder ever conducted, was mainly in the areas of the involvement of certain related individuals to the Old Catholic Church, and similar or parallel institutions, possible elements in Canada, and the international espionage operation of the Cenrtro Mondiale Commerciale and Permindex in Switzerland, Italy, and elsewhere. These efforts were conducted as he was writing The Kennedy Conspiracy, the first serious book on Jim Garrison, which was brought out by Meredith Press in 1969.

After a continuing interest in the subject of a decade or so, Flammonde turned to other fields, While continuing to keep abreast of the developments of the case and the activities of the numerous critics from the initial group, including Mark Lane, Sylvia Meagher, Josiah Thompson, Edward J. Epstein, Harold Weisberg, Bernard J. Fensterwald, Jr., William Turner, Joachim Joesten, Richard Sprague, Eric Norden, and a dozen others, he maintain contact with the second, third, fourth, and fifth generation of persons devoted to a study of the countless aspects of the assassination.

Then, in 2003, a friend suggested that he up-date the work as so much had been revealed over the many years since The Kennedy Conspiracy appeared, even within the framework of Jim Garrison’s investigation and the trial of his accused, Clay Shaw, (Flammonde’s publisher had insisted that, for commercial reasons, he complete the book in time for it to issued before that legal facet came to a conclusion.) The author agreed to elaborate it to the extent of adding a new sixty or seventy pages, and eliminating the more obvious anachronisms.

However, the project, like Topsy, “jes’ growed,” and over the ensuing years was abandoned as an “assassination book,” and became a history of the event, the period, the countless private investigations and interminable theories and evaluations thereof, depictions of all the cast of many hundreds of individuals, and a review of all of the elements surrounding the slaying and everything pertinent to it, etc., etc. of fifteen hundred pages in three volumes.

The Assassination of America by Paris Flammonde in three volumes (The Deaths in Dallas, The Masques of New Orleans, and Barren Harvest) of 1500 pp, 400 + graphic frames, and thirty appendices, with Forward by Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., Introduction by William Turner, and Preface by Jim Marrs, is being offered at a pre-publication “critics” run.

Mr. Flammonde is very familiar with broadcast interviews as he was the producer-panelist of The Long John Nebel talk show out of New York several decades ago and has appeared on mike for more than 1500 hours, as well as having made multiple appearances on To Tell the Truth, Alan Burke, Ed & Pegeen Fitzgerald, Barry Farber, and other programs around the country. He has given a number of public lectures with and without visuals.

For more information and where to find these groundbreaking books, check out Paris Flammonde's website at:

Source: Paris Flammonde


Japanese Invent Car That Runs On Water

Tired of petrol prices rising daily at the pump? A Japanese company has invented an electric-powered, and environmentally friendly, car that it says runs solely on water.

Genepax recently unveiled the car in the western city of Osaka, saying that a litre of any kind of water -- rain, river or sea -- was all you needed to get the engine going for about an hour at a speed of 80 km.

"The car will continue to run as long as you have a bottle of water to top up from time to time," Genepax CEO Kiyoshi Hirasawa told local broadcaster TV Tokyo.

"It does not require you to build up an infrastructure to recharge your batteries, which is usually the case for most electric cars," he added.

Once the water is poured into the tank at the back of the car, the a generator breaks it down and uses it to create electrical power, TV Tokyo said.

The Water Energy System (WES) developed by Genepax can generate power by supplying water and air to the fuel and air electrodes. The basic power generation mechanism of the system is similar to that of a standard fuel cell. The main feature of the new system is that it uses a membrane electrode assembly (MEA), which contains a material that breaks down the water to hydrogen and oxygen.

Though the company did not reveal any details, the company president said that they had "succeeded in adopting a well-known process to produce hydrogen from water to the MEA", similar to the mechanism that produces hydrogen by a reaction of metal hydride and water. However the company claims that compared with the existing method, the new process produces hydrogen from water for a longer time.

Genepax unveiled a fuel cell stack with a rated output of 120W and a fuel cell system with a rated output of 300W. The 300W system is an active system, which supplies water and air with a pump. In the demonstration, the company powered the TV and the lighting equipment with a lead-acid battery charged by using the system. In addition, the 300W system was mounted in the luggage room of a compact electric vehicle "Reva" manufactured by Takeoka Mini Car Products Co Ltd, and the vehicle was driven by the system.

In future Genepax intends to provide 1kw-class generation systems for use in electric vehicles and for residential applications. The production cost is presently about ¥2,000,000 (US$18,522), it estimated that it can be reduced to ¥500,000 ($5000) or lower if the company succeeds in mass production.

Whether the car makes it into showrooms remains to be seen. Genepax said it had just applied for a patent and is hoping to collaborate with Japanese auto manufacturers in the future.

Source: The Financial Express


Huge Footprints Found in Borneo

Villagers here are reeling from the shock of discovering two extra large footprints near the fence of a nearby orchard. They probably resembled those mentioned many times in foreign reports in claims of sightings of the mysterious ‘Bigfoot’.

The shocker has been spreading like wildfire in Daro district for the past few days and among those drawn to the phenomenon was local businessman Tan Soon Kuang.

(According to Wikipedia, Bigfoot is one of the more famous creatures in cryptozoology, and, like many cryptids around the world, there is a fierce debate as to whether the Bigfoot species exists or not. Cryptozoologist John Willison Green has postulated that Bigfoot is a worldwide phenomenon.)

Yesterday, Tan, 42, e-mailed the images of the mysterious creature’s footprints. He said he personally went to the village (which he refused to name out of respect for the wishes of the locals) to check on the truth of the story.

“The truth is in the photographs that I have taken with my camera,” he told The Borneo Post in a telephone interview yesterday.

According to him, each footprint measures 47 inches from heel to toe and 17 inches sideways “clearly too gigantic for any normal human being”.

Asked when and how he went to the village and took the photos, Tan answered: “I went there last Wednesday, June 11 after I heard about the news.

“I drove about five minutes from Daro town to the village. Then, I walked on foot along a footpath for quite a few minutes to the place where I met many villagers who were gathered there.

“Then some villagers pointed to the big footprints.

I was shocked to see them and excited as I took those photographs.”

On his conversation with the villagers, he said: “When I asked the villagers the first time they discovered the two big footprints, they told me it was June 9.

“They also told me they now recall that before they came across the footprints, the villagers had, a few months ago felt uncomfortable and sick as if there was something ‘unclean’ in the air.

“They said they decided to look for a ‘bomoh’ (medicine man) who told them to go to an area, dig a small hole, then build a fence around it.

The bomoh further told them to make offerings outside the area fenced.

“And then last Monday morning the villagers saw the two big footprints outside the fenced up area.”

Tan further said: “When I asked the villagers if they were afraid or not they told me some were afraid; other just curious. But all of them apparently believe that the place was ‘unclean’.

“The villagers are now clearing up the footpath leading to the large footprints in anticipation of more people coming to have a look at the footprints.

“The villagers also told me that it was not the first time that they saw such mysterious big footprints in their village. In fact, the first time they saw such big footprints was about 50 years ago.”

Asked if there is any possibility that the footprints were man-made, Tan said it would be a tough act for a person to create such a mark on the hard ground.

However, Sarawak Museum anthropologist Dr. Charles Leh said "the footprints are man-made and a hoax."

He said the hoax may be an attempt to attract people to Daro.

Leh, who is also the assistant director of the museum, based his opinion on an analysis of the published photographs. He said based on the position of the footprints in one photograph, he wondered why "Bigfoot" did not clip the corner of the fence instead of walking around it.

"If it was Bigfoot, he would not have walked around the fence. The 10-foot fence would have tripped him.

"There are no signs of damage to the fence or of a giant falling on the ground near the fence."

He added the foot stumps were "too light" for a giant.

Leh said the footprint measuring 119cm from heel to toe and 43cm across, indicated "Bigfoot" must weigh more than 200kg.

"But the impression was too shallow for something weighing more than 200kg.

"Unless more footprints are found, I am not going to waste my time going there to investigate," he added.

Jemoreng assemblyman Abu Seman Jahwie when contacted said he heard about such discovery somewhere in a village in Daro area.

Asked if thinks it is real, he replied: “Sorry, I can’t say. It could be just rumours. I have not been to the place. I am now in Matu.”

The story has spread to Sibu where Abdul Aziz Pung, who is very familiar with Daro, said he had heard about the footprints from friends and relatives.

“Yes, they said it is true. Initially I laughed it off, but then some of my friends who came down to Sibu town convinced me that they are real. I may be going there soon to see them for myself.”

Meanwhile, a Daro villager who spoke on anonymity, said the villagers stumbled upon the footprints not far from the village that was once attacked by monkeys. This episode was reported by The Borneo Post some months ago.

According to him, many villagers believe that the monkeys had run out of their jungle habitat to escape from ‘Bigfoot’.

Source: The Borneo Post Online


On The Trail Of The "Indian Yeti"

In the U.S. it's known as bigfoot, in Canada as sasquatch, in Brazil as mapinguary, in Australia as a yowie, in Indonesia as sajarang gigi and, most famously of all, in Nepal as a yeti.

The little known Indian version of this legendary ape-like creature is called mande barung - or forest man - and is reputed to live in the remote West Garo hills of the north-eastern state of Meghalaya.

I was invited by passionate yeti believer Dipu Marak to travel throughout the area to hear for myself what he says is compelling evidence of the existence of a black and grey ape-like animal which stands about 3m (nearly 10ft) tall.

There have been repeated reports of sightings over many years by different witnesses in the West, South and East Garo hills. Mr Marak estimates the creature weighs about 300kg (660lb) and is herbivorous, surviving on fruit, roots and tree bark.

The Garo hills comprise more than 8, of some of the thickest jungle in India. And as I soon discovered, there is no shortage of people who say they have seen the creature at first hand.

Take woodcutter Nelbison Sangma, for example, who works on the fringes of the Nokrek national park in the Garo hills. In November 2003, he says that he saw a yeti three days in a row.

He took me from his village to the spot where he says he made the sighting, a five-hour walk in intense tropical heat from his house.

"I saw the creature quite clearly on the other side of the river. It was breaking branches off trees and eating the sap. Its strength was amazing.

"Obviously I wanted to photograph it, but I knew that if I left the area, it would take at least 10 hours or more to get a camera as I do not own one. By that time the creature would have disappeared."

Mr Sangma says that he told the state forestry department of his sighting, but they did not believe him. He took me to the spot where he says the yeti destroyed a tree - an exhausting uphill walk through thick jungle infested with blood-sucking leeches.

Mr Sangma showed me where the creature broke the tree's branches and clearly visible scratch marks on its bark.

A 10-hour drive away from Nokrek is the other national park of the Garo hills, Balpakram, which lies amid thick jungle on the border with Bangladesh. It is an extremely remote area, where the hum of insects clicking in the undergrowth sounds like a series of disconnected power cables.

Balpakram is famous for its vast jungle-filled canyon which spans several miles and is surrounded by spectacular cliffs. Any descent is a treacherous exercise. If ever there was terrain where a peace-loving yeti could live its life undisturbed by human interference, then this has surely got to be it.

Perhaps the most famous reported sighting was in April 2002, when forestry officer James Marak was among a team of 14 officials carrying out a census of tigers in Balpakram when they saw what they thought was a yeti.

According to the author and environmentalist Llewellyn Marak, such stories cannot be dismissed out hand.

"I saw the footprints for myself last year," he said, and they cannot easily be explained away.

"The prints were different from other animals - and were almost human in appearance - apart from the fact that they were about 18 inches [46cm] long.

"Both my father and grandfather also saw the creature at different times. Each said that it resembled a large gorilla."

Mr Marak argues that the Meghalayan forestry department has not seriously investigated the sightings because they are "uninterested and too lazy".

The western side of the state of the Meghalaya is predominantly made up of Garo tribespeople. They are traditionally a matrilineal community, where property is inherited through the female line.

They are also a community where stories and fables are deeply ingrained culturally, which is why senior politicians and officials are reluctant to discount openly tales of a yeti roaming about.

Meghalaya's Divisional Forestry Officer Shri PR Marak denies suggestions that his officers have not properly investigated alleged yeti sightings - which he argues is an expensive exercise in thick jungle only accessible by foot.

He uses diplomatic language when discussing whether yetis exist in the state.

"I have gone to see the evidence for myself and have even taken a plaster cast of one of the footprints," he says.

"As you know the presence of such a creature is an important part of our culture - passed down to us by our parents and grandparents.

"But we have no concrete evidence it exists, and there may even be a possibility that some of the evidence has been manipulated to create a stir.

"Because the area where it is believed to live is thick jungle, it will be very difficult to know the truth."

But Dipu Marak has voluminous correspondence from various eyewitnesses to support his contention that there is something out there. To critics who say he has no photographs of this mysterious creature, he insists that "absence of evidence is not evidence of absence".

"We have so many reports of sightings that I sincerely believe there is some sort of huge creature in the Garo hills," he said.

"This is not just a fairy tale, nor is it an effort to woo tourists. It's deeply embedded in our folklore and scientifically it is possible too.

"While I cannot prove conclusively that this creature definitely exists, nobody can say conclusively that it does not exist either."

Such is the impenetrability and extent of jungle in the Garo hills that the legend of mande barung looks likely to live on in the foreseeable future.

"The truth is out there somewhere," says Dipu Marak sincerely.

"But like the Loch Ness monster this creature is obviously not fond of giving too many photo opportunities."

Source: BBC


'Planet X' May Lurk Beyond Pluto

An icy, unknown world might lurk in the distant reaches of our solar system beyond the orbit of Pluto, according to a new computer model.

The hidden world -- thought to be much bigger than Pluto based on the model -- could explain unusual features of the Kuiper Belt, a region of space beyond Neptune littered with icy and rocky bodies. Its existence would satisfy the long-held hopes and hypotheses for a "Planet X" envisioned by scientists and sci-fi buffs alike.

"Although the search for a distant planet in the solar system is old, it is far from over," said study team member Patryk Lykawka of Kobe University in Japan.

The model, created by Lykawka and Kobe University colleague Tadashi Mukai, is detailed in a recent issue of Astrophysical Journal.

If the new world is confirmed, it would not be technically a planet. Under a controversial new definition adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) last week, it would instead be the largest known "plutoid."

The Kuiper Belt contains many peculiar features that can't be explained by standard solar system models. One is the highly irregular orbits of some of the belt's members.

The most famous is Sedna, a rocky object located three times farther from the sun than Pluto. Sedna takes 12,000 years to travel once around the Sun, and its orbit ranges from 80 to 100 astronomical units (AU). One AU is equal to the distance between the Earth and the Sun.

According to the model, Sedna and other Kuiper Belt oddities could be explained by a world 30 to 70 percent as massive as Earth orbiting between 100 AU and 200 AU from the sun.

At that distance, any water on the world's surface would be completely frozen. However, it might support a subsurface ocean like those suspected to exist on the moons Titan and Enceladus, said Mark Sykes, director of the Planetary Science Institute in Arizona.

"The interesting thing for me is the suggestion of the kinds of very interesting objects that may yet await discovery in the outer solar system," said Sykes, who was not involved in the study. "We are still scratching the edges of that region of the solar system, and I expect many surprises await us with the future deeper surveys."

NOTE: If you would like to know about Planet X, and its connections to 2012, then be sure to buy a copy of Commander X's new book: 2012 and the Arrival of Planet X. 



Himalayan Secrets of Tum-Mo Sought By Russian Scientists

A group of St. Petersburg scientists have returned from the Himalayan Mountains after learning the secrets of an almost-extinct form of Tibetan yoga that they hope can be used to cure diseases in the West.

The scientists have recently completed a two-month mission to find traces of Tum-Mo, a form of Tibetan Buddhist yoga that preserves body temperatures through excessive production of internal heat despite the body’s exposure to extremely cold mountain climates.

The technique could be applied in areas with extreme cold climates, such as Russia, to prevent and treat heart disease, cancer, tuberculosis, pneumonia and influenza if developed, Rinad Minvaleyev, a physiologist, mathematician and the team’s senior researcher, said.

“In fact, Tum-Mo is about the human being’s adaptation to low temperatures where thermo-dynamic functioning of a human liver is activated to further regulate the heating process,” said Minvaleyev, referring to a mathematical formula he co-established last year.

Irina Arkhipova, a yoga specialist, who was head of the mission and architect of St. Petersburg’s Search for Lost Knowledge Program, which holds annual mountaineering events aimed at promoting medical science, said that although “there were considerable breakthroughs in our mission, it would be immature to reveal the exact outcomes with accuracy, pending the ongoing laboratory examinations.”

Arkhipova, who is also a director of St. Petersburg’s Pharaoh Historical Movie Studio, led a team of 45 experts including 14 medical doctors, physicists and yoga enthusiasts to the snow-capped, 4,000-meter high Indian Himalayan province of Himachal Pradesh.

The team paid visits to Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in search of Tum-Mo’s medical secrets, currently on the verge of being lost to posterity because “the last lama who practiced Tum-Mo in that part of the Himalayan Mountains died last year,” leaving scant oral traces of the ancient tradition, Arkhipova said.

However, after visits to about 40 monasteries, monks showed Arkhipova’s team a route across the Kully Gorge, reputed for its unpredictably harsh weather, to the top of the Rotang ridge, one of the rare spots where until recently Tum-Mo was practiced.

However the team did not reach the Rotang because of snow in the middle of the Kully Gorge, blocking the way.

“We resorted to practicing yoga on the ice surfaces beneath the waterfalls in the Rotang Valley, and everything was fantastic even for those who were on such a mission for the first time,” she said

Determined to reach the home of Tum-Mo on the top of Rotang, the adventurers have vowed to return next year.

The team said it had gathered enough material on the technique during the recent trip to warrant continued research.

In 2002 research into the medical benefits of Tum-Mo was carried out by Herbert Benson, associate professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School and president of the Benson-Henry Institute for Mind Body Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, U.S., reported the Harvard Gazette.

Benson was quoted as saying that studying advanced forms of meditation such as Tum-mo “can uncover capacities that will help us to better treat stress-related illnesses” but that more research into the technique was required.

Benson has been researching Tum-Mo since 1979 when the Dalai Lama gave his blessing on a trip to Harvard University, reported the Harvard Gazette.

Source: The St. Petersburg Times


Area 51 and Time Machine Aliens

There is a conspiracy of secrecy among men today that is hidden from the public. It hides in the hierarchy of the Republican (commercially rich) group from which government patents that have been unresolved by the patentee are being stolen. There exists some that would rather research this long unresolved issue of the patentee and under cover continue the trademark's idea. Hidden by hierarchy and wealth these men (under republican guard) remarkably continue to research what today is called "THE TIME MACHINE." It was generally believed by scientists that because space flight is more seaworthy of the trade, that a laboratory time machine, would not advance quickly enough through the development stages to be viable in the twentieth century. But, other men of power believed otherwise.

In the peak of the 20th century physicists working on this advancement of time-travel were able to create the first working time machine in a laboratory. The advancement of time space flight technology lingered slowly behind this independent commercial group but problems of interstellar manufacturing in space slowed productivity during these times where investments in building maintenance manufacturing were quite feasible.

Acknowledgement of the manufacturing of "THE TIME MACHINE" was top secret. Aside from privacy and patent laws - waiting out a patent took twenty years - gave ample time for research. Upon completion the republican group developed the first time machine having the ability to travel through time an ion (An atom or a group of atoms that has acquired a net electric charge by gaining or losing one or more electrons) both to the past and to the future. Its achievements went on unnoticed to the public but prevailed as a commercial group research project that became born to secrecy under government privacy and protection laws. They were able to continue their work and research with no problems, but laboratory confinement of the project perimeter boundaries gave little area to research and experimentation. They could advance objectal and personnel journey leaps between laboratories and or sending information from one place to another. But the problem of sending personal imagery was their primary objective in the research.

A time-machine allows a person to travel from a specific time to a desired time, but can only be achieved by having a time-machine at every time sector it traveled to or from.

Time machines and time-travel have been publicized as extraterrestrial technology, with earthlings having little or no knowledge about it. But the fact of the matter is that government secrecy has allowed certain groups to research and manufacture an array of time machines already throughout America.

The ventures of twentieth century scholarly groups or universities have only touched the surface of such technology, like what have been published in today's newspapers. The first Time Machine is being built by reform university physicists by using laser beam energy to form a wormhole." This is actually old news. What does exist and what people see as an array of sightings are actually examples of the secret group and what they have created as new technology under this secrecy.

Other than sending or receiving information from place to place this group has been able to develop a personnel enhancement devise that creates and trans-bursts energy at the touch of a button.

Aside from long range time-travel or traveling instantaneous from place to place at close ranges, and with the availability of this small device, short range trans-bursts connected with a mapped destination module in the device - a person can leap at short range distances. If ever you've seen something that looks out of place or something you believe to be a figment to your imagination you may be wrong. It could be real!

Top secret research in laboratory experimentation is all part of the normal faucet of our government. The patent laws like the government advancement technology secrecy laws, allow the government to stay seventy-five years a head of its time - this is exactly what I am speaking about.

It was only in the end of the 19th century that technology protection like this was given precedence in its meaning with government officials. As a patent clerk in 1901 Albert Einstein developed what is today the most remarkable scientific mathematical scientific equation in the world E=Mc2. It was the development of this research that modern physics was developed.

But the idea of privacy protection and technology advancement with government backing and secrecy laws leads the global network with new technology.

Just think that in the future instead of railway cars there will exist time portals. Sound impossible? I don't think so. The division between science and science fiction is a thin enough line. The fact of traveling faster then light was though impossible. In the Kawecki Formula this is not the case. Remember at the beginning of the 20th it was believed that man would never fly.

The government and financial groups of today are the commercial networks that have banked at an independent commercial level that allows for the advancement of such technologies. We have advanced from the invention of the wheel - to planes, trains and automobiles. The inventor of the time machine should be the news of the day, but you'll hardly find a word about it in your daily newspaper or on television news.

The extraterrestrial publicity given to space and space travel may be a deception. It is not extraterrestrials that are in these so called flying saucers sighted around the globe, but is actually a close future event of space advancement and time-travel, which today we are only beginning to discover.

The UFO you see in the sky today is a preview of mankind in the future - not an extraterrestrial craft.

Area 51, finally acknowledged as existing, was built for the purpose to protecting advanced scientific technology. It's not that Area 51 was a protected government cover-up but it was evidence of a commercial experiment that contained the bodies of four trained monkeys - the same event that was used for the first world's interstellar space flight in 1961.

Source: UFO Digest

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