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2 Navy Airmen and an Object That ‘Accelerated Like Nothing I’ve Ever Seen’
#67
There was another Fox/Carlson clip about certain "incidents"
and government interest.
Author Leslie Kean was interviewed about her book...
https://books.google.com/books?id=Mzc6R2...ok&f=false.
This is an 11 page preview and contains a sampling of elements in the '90s Belgian sightings.

When I was looking for that I saw another book on the military/political involvement during WWII and since.
This is a very long preview and is very interesting.

https://books.google.com/books?id=_Xab1h...&q&f=false
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#68
Also of interest is Richard M. Dolan's fascinating 2 volume history "UFOs and the National Security State"

https://www.amazon.com/gp/bookseries/B00...B016DEQ28A

A good review covering 1941 - 1991 US UFO military/intelligence documented sources.
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#69
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Excellent posts, thanks for the links on the UFO literature!

I looked at the UFO's and Government: A Historical Inquiry --- second link in Kalter's post.

The chapters have an occasional page missing -- I assume by the publisher,
as this is a preview for the book,
but the chapter on:
The CIA Solution is the last 30 pages they offer,
and worth a quick read through.
Consistently throughout the chapter the CIA is working "psychological warfare"
with the UFO issue. 

I read passages from Leslie Kean book : Giant UFO's Over English Channel--  
and the Belgian UFO's
I remember a lot of these events in old news.

Great material to refresh the memory with in historical perspective,
and in relation to what is happening now with the disclosure pantomine,
in the Pentagon videos,
and the big push by this new CIA- DoD corporation.

Deo, did you find any links that may show some of the text from Dolan books?

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#70
Sorry V, I did not look for links to text excerpts from the Dolan 2 volume set because I own copies of both (revised edition).  

Dolan is a military historian who became fascinated by the long and fraught military reactions to weird "aerial phenomena" and compiled these two volumes using (as much as possible) primary resources, FOIA requests and other sources.  It is a well-researched project with copious footnotes and a detailed index.

(As a military historian, Dolan starts with the foo fighters in 1941.  After first acknowledging the long history of strange and unknown lights in the sky his task is to record the US military/intelligence experience that can be publicly known and documented.)
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#71
(01-14-2018, 01:57 AM)Vianova Wrote: ...
Excellent posts, thanks for the links on the UFO literature!

I looked at the UFO's and Government: A Historical Inquiry --- second link in Kalter's post.

The chapters have an occasional page missing -- I assume by the publisher,
as this is a preview for the book,
but the chapter on:
The CIA Solution is the last 30 pages they offer,
and worth a quick read through.
Consistently throughout the chapter the CIA is working "psychological warfare"
with the UFO issue. 

I read passages from Leslie Kean book : Giant UFO's Over English Channel--  
and the Belgian UFO's
I remember a lot of these events in old news.

Great material to refresh the memory with in historical perspective,
and in relation to what is happening now with the disclosure pantomine,
in the Pentagon videos,
and the big push by this new CIA- DoD corporation.

Deo, did you find any links that may show some of the text from Dolan books?


...

The CIA Solution is the last 30 pages they offer,
and worth a quick read through.
Consistently throughout the chapter the CIA is working "psychological warfare"
with the UFO issue.

Quote:Overall, their findings suggest that American identity can be "primed" to produce shifts in public opinion. It also demonstrates that public opinion may be more malleable than previously thought, especially as certain policy issues cycle in and out of the news.

Although the article below shows political research.The gist of it is minds are like silly-putty. Arrow

Research suggests Trump's 'Muslim ban' produced rare shift in public opinion
January 12, 2018 by Tess Eyrich, University of California - Riverside

President Donald Trump signed Executive Order 13769 on Jan. 27, 2017, effectively barring individuals from seven predominately Muslim countries from entering the United States for 90 days.


Within a day of his decree, thousands of protesters flooded airports around the country in opposition to what was quickly deemed a "Muslim ban," and by March 6, the order had been formally revoked.
According to a political scientist at the University of California, Riverside, and his colleagues, visible resistance to the order in the immediate aftermath of its signing may have produced a rare shift in public opinion that resulted in mass opposition to Trump's policy.
The shift was caused by "an influx of information portraying the ban as being at odds with egalitarian principles of American identity and religious liberty," said researchers Loren Collingwood, an assistant professor of political science at UCR; Nazita Lajevardi of Michigan State University; and Kassra A. R. Oskooii of the University of Delaware.
Their findings, published last week in the journal Political Behavior, suggest the bounty of information that surfaced after the order went into effect—information that painted the ban as deeply un-American and in fact "incompatible with American values"—contributed to a broad-based increase in opposition to it.
The researchers compared the results of two surveys of the same 311 people—one conducted just days before the order's announcement, and the other in the two weeks after. They found that among those respondents, more than 30 percent moved against the ban in the interim.
Those who shifted most radically, meanwhile, were "high American identifiers." Such respondents were shown to consider their status as Americans who belong to one nation to be a defining element of their identities.
Media coverage of anti-ban demonstrations, the researchers noted, often depicted protesters "shrouded in American flags," visually linking the concept of more inclusive immigration policies to American egalitarianism. The movement against the ban also benefited from the outspokenness of various news commentators and publications, many of whom were quick to criticize the order by characterizing it as antithetical to core American ideals.
To test their results, the researchers also looked at attitudes toward two other hot-button issues linked to executive orders that were signed just days before No. 13769: the Keystone Pipeline and the U.S.-Mexico border wall. They found that although attitudes toward both did shift slightly, the differences were not statistically significant.
The profound response to the ban, the researchers wrote, represents "one instance in which the priming of American identity shifted citizens' opinions toward more inclusive, rather than restrictive, immigration-related policy stances."
Overall, their findings suggest that American identity can be "primed" to produce shifts in public opinion. It also demonstrates that public opinion may be more malleable than previously thought, especially as certain policy issues cycle in and out of the news.
[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Americans' attitudes about science in 2017: High confidence, low visibility
More information: Loren Collingwood et al, A Change of Heart? Why Individual-Level Public Opinion Shifted Against Trump's "Muslim Ban", Political Behavior (2018). DOI: 10.1007/s11109-017-9439-z

Journal reference: Political Behavior [Image: img-dot.gif] [Image: img-dot.gif]
Provided by: University of California - Riverside


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Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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#72
(01-13-2018, 01:14 AM)EA Wrote: Thatz the devil in the details.

like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...

I think Gerald's intuit about time suppression is 40 days and nights ahead of itz time.

Lol
thought this on school Bus
about the 8th Grade > day dreaming again lol
still like the concept
we're still Piss ants to these UFO's Technologies .
Sheep
Never invite a Yoda to a frog leg dinner.
Go ahead invite Yoda to a Frog leg dinner
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#73
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Quote:we're still Piss ants to these UFO's Technologies .


Our species standing in the technological heirarchies of galactic star systems,
that harbor sentient species which have developed their own technological evolutions,
must be pretty low,
on the limbo list.

We must be like the Dark Ages of some of the aliens that pass by.

Who knows how long they have been using this planet.

We are all stuck here in a cycle of short human existence,
here in --- what is left of paradise Whip
but that still beats the next 200 years of miserable human existence on space ships,
in the assumed human expansion to the planets and nearby stars.

It appears that the alien contingency wants nothing to do with the surface infestation,
of monkey see monkey poo human karmas.
They can control planets by simply infiltrating political power infrastructures,
and limiting contact to the shadow government personalities in power.


Off planet banking ... they don't accept bitcoin Nonono

Imagine a multi planetary monetary standard.
Gold?
Imperial jade?
diamonds  Nonono

Aliens flying around in the skies over Earth Hmm2

What are they doing?
What do we have that they want?

Just a rest stop planetary base hidden in the deep sea?
If there are aliens with "fleets of drones",
they have a purpose here.


Quote:What's it doing?
What does it want?

B-52s
Big Bird




Up in the sky! ... Itza Big Bird!  amusing video with the soundtrack 
B-52s




live in Dortmund 1983 -- it rocks big time at 2 minutes <---




what's it doing?
what does it want?

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#74
Since the recent Pentagon UFO admissions I have started watching more History Ch./Hangar 1 programs...ALARMING!!!

We're under observation and even supervision...as per nuclear missile installation incidents.

I expect there are or will be Korean sightings.
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#75
What do they want ?

Why we humans have zoos ?  Sheep
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#76
(01-16-2018, 02:25 PM)letosvet Wrote: What do they want ?

Why we humans have zoos ?  Sheep

Early mental hospitals often had a large common area
where patients were free to act out on themselves or others.
Local people paid admission to see this freak show
from the safety of an upper gallery.

Earth may be galactically classified as a nature preserve,
of which some of its inhabitants have developed dangerous abilities.
UFOs were seen for thousands of years
but the sightings very significantly increased after the 1st A-Bomb.
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#77
Perhaps, on a galactic scale, we really are nothing more than a very intelligent cockroach, and they are studying us to see making sure we do not get out of this system.
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#78
(01-15-2018, 08:54 PM)Wook Wrote:
(01-13-2018, 01:14 AM)EA Wrote: Thatz the devil in the details.

like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...

I think Gerald's intuit about time suppression is 40 days and nights ahead of itz time.

Lol
thought this on school Bus
about the 8th Grade > day dreaming again lol
still like the concept
we're still Piss ants to these UFO's Technologies .
Sheep
Is "TIME" topological and therefore insulate with the right tech.
like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...
Quan­tum physics turned into tan­gi­ble re­al­ity
January 16, 2018 by Fe­lix Würsten, ETH Zurich


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When the silicon wafer is stimulated at a single point using ultrasound, it begins to vibrate – but only at the corners. Credit: ETH Zürich
ETH physicists have developed a silicon wafer that behaves like a topological insulator when stimulated using ultrasound. They have thereby succeeded in turning an abstract theoretical concept into a macroscopic product.

The usual procedure goes like this: you have a complex physical system and attempt to explain its behaviour through as simple a model as possible. Sebastian Huber, Assistant Professor at the Institute for Theoretical Physics, has shown that this procedure also works in reverse: he develops macroscopic systems that exhibit exactly the same properties predicted by theory, but which have not yet been observed at this level.
He succeeded in creating an illustrative example two and a half years ago. Together with his team, he built a mechanical device made of 270 pendulums connected by springs in such a way that the installation behaves like a topological insulator. This means that the pendulum and springs are positioned so that a vibrational excitation from the outside only moves the pendulums at the edges of the installation, but not the ones in the middle (as ETH News reported).
Vibration only in the corners
The new project, which will be published this week in the journal Nature, is also focused on a macroscopic system. This time, however, he created no large mechanical device, but a much more manageably-sized object. With his team, Huber created a 10 x 10 centimetre silicon wafer that consists of 100 small plates connected to each other via thin beams. The key aspect is that when the wafer is stimulated using ultrasound, only the plates in the corners vibrate; the other plates remain still, despite their connections.
Huber drew his inspiration for the new material from a work published around a year ago by groups from Urbana-Champaign and Princeton; the researchers presented a new theoretical approach for a second-order topological insulator. "In a conventional topological insulator, the vibrations only spread across the surface, but not inside," explains Huber. "The phenomenon is reduced by one dimension." In the case of the pendulum installation, this means that the two-dimensional arrangement led to a one-dimensional vibration pattern along the edges.
In a second-order topological insulator, however, the phenomenon is reduced by two dimensions. Accordingly, with a two-dimensional silicon wafer, the vibration no longer occurs along the edges, but only in the corners, at a zero-dimensional point. "We are the first to succeed in experimentally creating the predicted higher-order topological insulator," says Huber.

A new theoretical concept
Huber has again created something that behaves in exactly the way predicted by the theory. To solve this "inverse problem", he used a systematic process that he developed together with the group led by Chiara Daraio, now a professor at Caltech, and which he has published this week in the journal Nature Materials. Broadly speaking, Huber shows how a theoretically predicted functionality can be turned into concrete geometry. "In our example, we tested it using mechanical vibrations, by coupling elements with clearly defined modes of vibration using weak links," says Huber. "But the process can also be transferred to other applications, such as to optical or electrical systems."
Expansion to the third dimension
Huber already has clear plans for how to proceed: he wants to achieve a three-dimensional second-order topological insulator, in which the vibrations can be transmitted one-dimensionally. He recently received a Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC) for this project. Huber explains the basic idea: "We stack a number of these two-dimensional structures on top of each other, so that a three-dimensional form emerges. In this form, information or energy can be conducted from point A to point B through a one-dimensional channel."
Huber can think of a few possible applications. For example, such new topological insulators could be used to build robust and precise waveguides for communications networks. They could also be of use in the energy sector, for example for energy harvesting, in which energy from a diffuse surrounding source is focused for technological use.
Also of interest to theoreticians
Huber's results will not only be of interest to engineers and materials researchers, but also theoretical physicists. "The key finding from a theoretical viewpoint is that certain second-order topological insulators cannot be mathematically described as a dipole, as conventional topological insulators are, but as quadrupoles, which are far more complex," explains Huber. "The fact that we have been able to implement this experimentally in a macroscopic structure for the first time is therefore also a breakthrough for theoreticians."
[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Soundproofing with quantum physics
More information: Marc Serra-Garcia et al. Observation of a phononic quadrupole topological insulator, Nature (2018). DOI: 10.1038/nature25156
Kathryn H. Matlack et al. Designing perturbative metamaterials from discrete models, Nature Materials (2018). DOI: 10.1038/s41563-017-0003-3

Journal reference: Nature [Image: img-dot.gif] [Image: img-dot.gif] Nature Materials [Image: img-dot.gif] [Image: img-dot.gif]
Provided by: ETH Zurich


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Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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#79
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I went back and reviewed some of the "Team" at this sickosucko corporation:
To The Stars Academy
starring
Harold Foo-dini Puthoff
and 
associated CIA and DoD affiliated riff raff   Naughty


why ... Hmm2 ... so much emphasis on biologic warfare, weapons, and viral recombinant technologies? 

let's take a pinch closer look at the Team players

lol - lie number one

At the time of this writing,
TTS Academy has 2,221 “investors” with $2,141,402. 
Minimum Investment: $200.00, 
Price Per Share: $5.00
100,000 $ per year investor commitment minimum required,
payable to 
Tom deLonge

This corporation is full of CIA and DoD affiliated top hat scientists,
in a huge money scam,
and it is owned by a pseudo-psycho-terd punk rock star,
who is
half dummy dust -- and half billion dollar dynamo-dickhead

I think he has the first remote control brain implants already installed,
and Harold Foo-dini Puthoff has the joy stick controls.

https://news.avclub.com/tom-delonge-says...1798248488
Tom DeLonge says he quit Blink-182 to focus on “national security,” UFOs

Quote: in February 2015 told Papermag that he had made contact with aliens. 
Now DeLonge is claiming that his pursuit of extraterrestrials is actually why he left Blink-182

“When you’re an individual like me, 

dealing with something that’s a national security issue  Rofl 
and you’re being gifted with the opportunity to communicate something,
you’ve been passionate about your whole life—
something that has the opportunity to change the world over time—
being a small part of that is enormously important for my life Yak path.”


the bio-slither pharma clowns ... aka ... the Team

Dr. Colm Kelleher
Bigelow Aerospace
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Colm_Kelleher2


he has his own UFO site !

North Ontario UFO Research
http://www.noufors.com/Colm_A_Kelleher_Ph.D.htm


check out his products line,
at his UFO site
http://www.noufors.com/Products.html


he co-wrote this book
https://www.amazon.com/Hunt-Skinwalker-S...1416505210


Dr. Colm Kelleher is a biochemist with a twenty-eight-year research career 
in cell and molecular biology currently working in senior management in the aerospace sector. 

He served as Laboratory Director at biotech company, Prosetta Corporation, 
leading several small molecule drug discovery programs 
focused on viruses of interest Hi  to the United States Department of Defense. 

He worked for eight years as Deputy Director of the National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), 
a research organization
 using forensic science methodology to unravel scientific anomalies. 

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Dr. Norm Kahn
DR. NORM KAHN
http://www.cosmosid.com/scientific-advisory-board/
Senior Consultant at Counter-Bio, LLC; 
Former Central Intelligence Agency Senior Executive; 
Created, 
developed, 
and 
directed 
the Intelligence Community’s biological weapons intelligence activity.

National Security & Program Management Consultant
Dr. Norm Kahn is currently a consultant on national security for the US Government, 
with a focus on preventing the use of biological weapons of mass destruction/disruption.

https://www.c-span.org/video/?432990-1/b...-terrorism
2 hour bioterrorism film with Norm Kahn  {Last speaker}


his CIA dummy corporation:

http://www.buzzfile.com/business/Counter...1-802-5232
Counter-Bio LLC
Counter-Bio is estimated to generate $75,412 in annual revenues, 
and employs approximately 1 people at this single location. Lol

This organization primarily operates in the Systems Engineering Consultant, 
Ex. Computer or Professional business / industry 
within the Engineering, Accounting, Research, and Management Services sector  Nonono 
This organization has been operating for approximately 4 years.


Created and served as Director of the Intelligence Community Counter-Biological Weapons Program, 
from 2001-2013. 
Developed a unique program by changing the focus 
of the Intelligence Community’s resource allocation 
directed against the threat posed by biological weapons 
and greatly expanding the scope of bioweapons collection and analysis 
across the IC and broader U. S. Government. 
The program was recognized in 2010 as the 
“cornerstone of the IC’s efforts to counter the unique and grave threat posed by biological weapons."

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Dr. Paul Rapp
Brain Function & Consciousness Consultant
At present, Rapp is a Professor of Military and Emergency Medicine 
at the Uniformed Services University and Director of the Traumatic Injury Research Program

He also holds a secondary appointment as a Professor of Medical and Clinical Psychology. 
Previously he was a Professor of Pharmacology 
and Physiology at Drexel University College of Medicine 
(the successor organization to the Medical College of Pennsylvania) 
and Director of Research at the ClinicalResearchCenter at NorristownStateHospital. 

He was recently designated as the Director of the Noninvasive Neuroassessment Device Test 
and Evaluation Support Group at USUHS.

Professor Rapp was a Candidate at the Philadelphia School of Psychoanalysis 
and has practiced as a psychotherapist at the PhiladelphiaConsultationCenter.

 He is a past editor of Physica, 
and is currently on the editorial boards of the International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 
Chaos and Complexity Letters, and Cognitive Tp  Neurodynamics. 

Past honors include a Certificate of Commendation 
from the Central Intelligence Agency 
for “significant contributions to the mission of the Office of Research and Development.”

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Dr Gary Nolan
https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stock...d=28689362
He served as an Associate Professor of Microbiology and Immunology (Tenure) 
at Department of Molecular Pharmacology of the Stanford University School of Medicine. 
A leading biotech industry figure, 
and scientific founder of three pioneering companies, 
Dr. Nolan is a global leader in single cell analysis. 

His work is at the forefront of developments at the single cell level 
using novel genetic and FACS-based approaches. 

Back at Stanford, Dr. Nolan's laboratory developed efficient viral delivery tools based on retroviruses 
and lentiviruses (Phoenix and Felix retroviral and lentiviral systems). 

He developed the first flow-based single cell gene expression analysis system 
using enzymatic detection with fluorogenic beta-galactosides (FACS-Gal). 
He worked as a postdoctoral fellow at MIT and Rockefeller University, 
where he cloned the p65 subunit of NF-kappaB 
and co-developed the rapid retroviral production systems based on the 293T cell line. 

Dr. Nolan serves as Chairman of Scientific Advisory Board at Nodality, Inc. 
and BINA Technologies Inc. 
He serves as Vice Chairman of PrognosDx Health, Inc. 
He serves as a Member of the Board of Directors at Nodality, Inc. 
He serves as a Member of Scientific Advisory Board of Fluidigm Sciences, Inc. 
He served as a Member of Scientific Advisory Board of Evolva Holding SA., and Intronn, Inc. 
He serves on the Editorial board of Gene Therapy & Molecular Biology, 
Cells to Genes and Molecular Therapy (ACS). 
Dr. Nolan is the author of over 140 peer-reviewed papers and holds numerous issued patents. 
He is the recipient of several prestigious awards, 
and was recently honored as one of the top 25 inventors at Stanford University.


http://ufotrail.blogspot.com/2014/06/dr-...child.html
Sunday, June 1, 2014
Dr. Garry Nolan Talks Ata, Starchild Skull and Science

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Nonono

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#80
Now...now......the discovery of alien life may herald a New Era in Germ Warfare.
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#81
Wonder if Delonge's been 'tampered with' ??

Since it is understood who he is dealing with perhaps we should examine his stimuli

https://www.billboard.com/articles/colum...o-timeline
On Saturday, The New York Timespublished an article detailing a hidden UFO program in the Pentagon, the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. Among the many surprises of the report include that the organization was run by Luis Elizondo, a military intelligence official who resigned in October over lack of attention to “the many accounts from the Navy and other services of unusual aerial systems interfering with military weapon platforms and displaying beyond-next-generation capabilities.” Also, the program costs about $22 million of the Defense Department’s $600 billion annual budget.
One person who was surely unfazed by the dense information in the article is former Blink-182 frontman Tom DeLonge, who has been outspoken about the existence of life outside of Earth for decades. Elinzondo, since his resignation, has joined DeLonge in his aerospace research company, To the Stars Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Trying to find the countless interviews of DeLonge talking about his connection with the extraterrestrial world would take hours, so we’ve broken it down for you. Here’s a timeline of the rocker’s most notable UFO moments.

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1999 – Blink-182’s third studio album Enema of the State features single titled, “Aliens Exist”
“I know the CIA would say/What you hear is all hearsay/I wish someone would tell me what was right” DeLonge sings in the upbeat punk tune. The last line of the song references a folklore called Majestic 12, an organization formed in 1947 composed of scientists, military and intelligence officials dedicated to the investigation of alien spacecraft. Blink-182 since released other space-themed songs, such as “The Flight of Apollo” and “Valkyrie Missile.”
Early 2000s – DeLonge’s talks passionately about hidden UFO information in the military
In the clip that seems like it was recorded in 2001 based on his attire, Delonge talks to an unidentified interviewer. He mentions a friend on the east coast who spent years talking to government employees who have witnessed UFO activity—and also shows the camera his collection of video tapes with 136 hours of testimonies. The singer then gives an example of a man who was part of a nuclear clean-up task force. The man says in his testimony that he was brought seven stories below the Pentagon, through a maze of elevators and tunnels and ended up face to face with an alien, and “ instantly every little motion—fear, pain, happiness, everything—came out at the same time.”



January 2015 – DeLonge leaves Blink-182
The original statement by the remaining band mates quoted that a week before the band was scheduled to go into the studio, DeLonge’s manager emailed the group explaining that the guitarist would rather work on non-musical endeavors for the foreseeable future. In a later interview with 
Mic, he said he needed to take the opportunity to help out with a “national security issue” (which he denied on Twitter).
Quote:


[Image: htnCTbgX_normal.jpg]Tom DeLonge

@tomdelonge

Don't believe the media, ridiculous  articles saying I quit blink over my work with Government on Sekret Machines Project. Not true. Hahaha
5:52 PM - Jun 21, 2016

Twitter Ads info and privacy



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February 2015 – DeLonge tells Papermag that he’s made contact with aliens
DeLonge recounted a time in the interview where he was camping at a secret base on the flight path to Area 51. He was told that by shutting down his mind and projecting his thoughts, he would be able to achieve extraterrestrial communication. He then woke up at 3 a.m. and felt a strange phenomenon: “My whole body felt like it had static electricity…It sounded like there were about 20 people there, talking. And instantly my mind goes, OK, they’re at our campsite, they’re not here to hurt us, they’re talking about shit, but I can’t make out what they’re saying. But they’re working on something.”
Late 2015 – DeLonge is the founder, President and CEO of To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science
According to the company’s website, the mission is “to be a powerful vehicle for change by creating a consortium among science, aerospace and entertainment that will work collectively to allow gifted researchers the freedom to explore exotic science and technologies with the infrastructure and resources to rapidly transition them to products that can change the world.” The company was built based on the frustration of government secrecy on the topics of space and the universe.
April 2016 – Sekret Machines Book 1: Chasing Shadows is released
The book, co-written by A.J. Hartley, dives deep into the U.S. Department of Defense, exploring metaphorical dark corners of the government. “This is not just Tom talking about UFOs again,” DeLong told Entertainment Weekly. “I think that it’s a heroic story and it’s an important topic that we’re still dealing with today.” The next chapter of the franchise, Sekret Machines: Gods: Volume 1 of Gods Man & War, was released in March 2017.

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October 2016 – WikiLeaks show DeLonge’s connection with the U.S. government
Among the piles of information exposed by WikiLeaks was the extensive email chain between DeLonge and Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman, John Podesta. The [url=http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/10/10/wikileaks-reveals-ufo-%E2%80%8Bmessages-in-clinton-campaign-emails/]Wall Street Journal reported that the rocker wrote to Podesta vaguely about their shared interest of intellectual life and greater government disclosure. Furthermore, DeLonge revealed that he had been working with former Air Force Major General William N. McCasland to help the rocker assemble his UFO advisory team. In an email from 2015, DeLonge told Podesta that he would like to introduce him to two officials who “were in charge of most fragile divisions, as it relates to Classified Science and DOD topics.” There was no further information on whether DeLonge actually met with Podesta.
February 2017 – The guitarist receives UFO Researcher of the Year Award
OpenMinds.tv gave DeLong the honor at the 2017 International UFO Congress. While he wasn’t there to personally accept his award he delivered an acceptance speech on video, mentioning that his work isn’t done: "I want you as an educated group of people to read between the lines and look at the history of what I've been doing over the past couple years and get a sense for what the hell I'm getting ready to do. If you guys come along for the ride, it's going to be pretty fantastic.”



December 2017 – To the Stars Academy of Arts & Science releases UFO “evidence”
The footage of declassified military videos was released at the same time as the New York Times article. While the actual visual isn’t clear enough to give definitive evidence of UFOs, the videos from 2004 show a white oval object moving quickly and erratically. Two Navy pilots can be heard trying to make sense of the phenomenon and one shouts “Look at that thing, dude!” The New York Times also posted the pilot’s firsthand account of the experience.
On a satellite I ride. Nothing down below can hide.
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#83
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From Keith's post:

Quote:keith:  Wonder if Delonge's been 'tampered with' ??

media report 2015-2016:
Furthermore, 

DeLonge revealed that he had been working with former Air Force Major General 
William N. McCasland 
to help the rocker assemble his UFO advisory team.


quote V:

Quote:This corporation is full of CIA and DoD affiliated top hat scientists,
in a huge money scam,
and it is owned by a pseudo-psycho-terd punk rock star, {DeLonge}
who is
half dummy dust -- and half billion dollar dynamo-dickhead

I think he has the first remote control brain implants already installed,
and 

Harold Foo-dini Puthoff has the joy stick controls.


quote kalter:

Quote:Now...now......the discovery of alien life may herald a New Era in Germ Warfare.


that probably plays a role ... 
The virology experts are there as well to:
facilitate viral recombinant DNA testing in "development of telepathy brain centers"
aka
biosynthetheic glands as implants?
mutations?
brain proteins and enzymes ...
Neuro-genetics ...

This is also why ---> two top ---> traumatic brain injury scientists ---> are part of the main Team <---

One already had a 10 million dollar NIH grant to document traumatic brain injury.

Goofy spongiform brain splattered Delonge,
may need an occasional tune up of recombinant DNA brain mojo,
from his handler,
Harold Foo-dini Puthoff.

At some point though,
I expect DeLonge to have a strange accident,
with a drug overdose,
while during a suicide,
sustaining a traumatic brain injury.  Reefer

I suspect that Harold Foo-dini Puthoff has performed several traumatic brain experiments,
on not only humans but possibly on aliens as well.
Harold 
has
the 
alien 
brain 
DNA
extracted right from the alien's pineal Hi  gland     Assimilated

You can volunteer!
To The Stars Academy!

Just sign the disclaimer forms for your first cashier check!


Inital side effects are a redness and soreness at the injection site,
and occasional recurrent headaches between the eyes,
in a small percentage of test subjects.

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Harold's hampster wrote a book Lol
well ...
he had a NYT best selling author write it for him,
and he put his name on it.

Right out of Harold Puthoff's back pocket full of handy nightmares.


https://www.altpress.com/news/entry/tom_...n_darkness
Tom Tp  DeLonge releases new sci-fi book, 
‘Poet Anderson…In Darkness’

Quote:Teaming up with New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young  Hmm2

... a Dream Walker, 
a guardian of the Dreamscape charged with protecting sleeping innocents Whip
from the nightmares that threaten both worlds.

Night Stalkers roam the Dreamscape  Rofl

And now, 
demonic shadow creatures are possessing the spirits of dreamers,
and using their bodies to enter the Waking Doh  World 


lets look a bit at the DeLonge and NYT author -- Suzanne Psychosuck 

New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young
known for her trilogy of books:
The Program 
& The Treatment 
& the Remedy

From New York Times bestselling author Suzanne Young,
comes a duology set in a chilling world where teen Sheep  suicide has become an epidemic  Hi
and the Program
is the only solution.

In The Program, Sloane and her boyfriend, James, 
fight to stay out of a government facility 
that “cures” teen depression by erasing their memories  Rofl

Their story continues in The Treatment 
as the couple tries to escape from the Program,
while untangling all the secrets and lies that surround them.

In the Remedy:
Exploring the topic of memory manipulation as a cure for distress

critique
http://confessionsofcarlisa.com/2015/06/...ok-review/
Suzanne Young is queen of building characters who are unreliable, 
due to not fully remembering everything  Doh

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(01-13-2018, 01:14 AM)EA Wrote: Thatz the devil in the details.

like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...

I think Gerald's intuit about time suppression is 40 days and nights ahead of itz time.

Lol
thought this on school Bus
about the 8th Grade > day dreaming again lol
still like the concept
we're still Piss ants to these UFO's Technologies .
Sheep
Is "TIME" topological and therefore insulate with the right tech.
like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...
Quan­tum physics turned into tan­gi­ble re­al­ity
January 16, 2018 by Fe­lix Würsten, ETH Zurich


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When the silicon wafer is stimulated at a single point using ultrasound, it begins to vibrate – but only at the corners. Credit: ETH Zürich
ETH physicists have developed a silicon wafer that behaves like a topological insulator when stimulated using ultrasound. They have thereby succeeded in turning an abstract theoretical concept into a macroscopic product.

Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-01-quantum-ph...y.html#jCp

Want more efficient simulators? Store time in a quantum superposition

March 2, 2018, Centre for Quantum Technologies at the National University of Singapore


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Artist's render of a quantum timekeeper, in which time is tracked through superposition states. Credit: Mile Gu / Centre for Quantum Technologies
Is "TIME" topological and therefore insulate with the right tech.

like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...
Computer models of systems such as a city's traffic flow or neural firing in the brain tends to use up a lot of memory. But a new approach with quantum simulators could significantly cut that memory use by taking a quantum approach to time. The only cost is a diminished record of the past.



Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-efficient-...n.html#jCp




The knotted structure of the skyrmion consists of linked loops, at each of which all the spins point to a certain fixed direction. The knot can be loosened or moved, but not untied.

'What makes this a skyrmion rather than a quantum knot is that not only does the spin twist but the quantum phase of the condensate winds repeatedly,' says Hall.
If the direction of the spin is changing in space, the velocity of the condensate responds just as would happen for a charged particle in a magnetic field. The knotted spin structure thus gives rise to a knotted artificial magnetic field that exactly matches the magnetic field in a model of ball lightning.
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Scientists observe a new quantum particle with properties of ball lightning

March 2, 2018, Aalto University


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Artistic impression of a quantum ball lighting. Credit: Heikka Valja

Scientists at Amherst College and Aalto University have created, for the first time a three-dimensional skyrmion in a quantum gas. The skyrmion was predicted theoretically over 40 years ago, but only now has it been observed experimentally.


In an extremely sparse and cold quantum gas, the physicists have created knots made of the magnetic moments, or spins, of the constituent atoms. The knots exhibit many of the characteristics of ball lightning, which some scientists believe to consist of tangled streams of electric currents. The persistence of such knots could be the reason why ball lightning, a ball of plasma, lives for a surprisingly long time in comparison to a lightning strike. The new results could inspire new ways of keeping plasma intact in a stable ball in fusion reactors.
'It is remarkable that we could create the synthetic electromagnetic knot, that is, quantum ball lightning, essentially with just two counter-circulating electric currents. Thus, it may be possible that a natural ball lighting could arise in a normal lightning strike,' says Dr Mikko Möttönen, leader of the theoretical effort at Aalto University.
Möttönen also recalls having witnessed a ball lightning briefly glaring in his grandparents' house. Observations of ball lightning have been reported throughout history, but physical evidence is rare.

The dynamics of the quantum gas matches that of a charged particle responding to the electromagnetic fields of a ball lightning.
Side view of the experimental creation of a 3-D skyrmion. The imaging method produces three regions where the spins point up (right), horizontally (center), and down (left). In the actual experiment, there is only a single condensate which contains all these different regions. Brighter color denotes a higher particle density. Credit: Tuomas Ollikainen
'The quantum gas is cooled down to a very low temperature where it forms a Bose-Einstein condensate: all atoms in the gas end up in the state of minimum energy. The state does not behave like an ordinary gas anymore but like a single giant atom,' explains Professor David Hall, leader of the experimental effort at Amherst College.
The skyrmion is created first by polarizing the spin of each atom to point upward along an applied natural magnetic field. Then, the applied field is suddenly changed in such a way that a point where the field vanishes appears in the middle of the condensate. Consequently, the spins of the atoms start to rotate in the new direction of the applied field at their respective locations. Since the magnetic field points in all possible directions near the field zero, the spins wind into a knot.

The knotted structure of the skyrmion consists of linked loops, at each of which all the spins point to a certain fixed direction. The knot can be loosened or moved, but not untied.
'What makes this a skyrmion rather than a quantum knot is that not only does the spin twist but the quantum phase of the condensate winds repeatedly,' says Hall.
If the direction of the spin is changing in space, the velocity of the condensate responds just as would happen for a charged particle in a magnetic field. The knotted spin structure thus gives rise to a knotted artificial magnetic field that exactly matches the magnetic field in a model of ball lightning.
'More research is needed to know whether or not it is also possible to create a real ball lightning with a method of this kind. Further studies could lead to finding a solution to keep plasma together efficiently and enable more stable fusion reactors than we have now,' Möttönen explains.

 Explore further: Scientists confirm existence of quantum knots and create them in a quantum-mechanical field
More information: W. Lee, A.H. Gheorghe, K. Tiurev, T. Ollikainen, M. Möttönen, and D.S. Hall, Synthetic Electromagnetic Knot in a Three-Dimensional Skyrmion, Science Advances 4, eaao3820 (2018). advances.sciencemag.org/content/4/3/eaao3820

Journal reference: Science Advances [/url]
Provided by:
Aalto University


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-scientists...l.html#jCp



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Physicists discover quantum-mechanical monopoles

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World-first firing of air-breathing electric thruster
March 6, 2018, European Space Agency


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Air-breathing ion thruster. Credit: ESA/Sitael
In a world first, an ESA-led team has built and fired an electric thruster to ingest scarce air molecules from the top of the atmosphere for propellant, opening the way to satellites flying in very low orbits for years on end.



ESA's GOCE gravity-mapper flew as low as 250 km for more than five years thanks to an electric thruster that continuously compensated for air drag. However, its working life was limited by the 40 kg of xenon it carried as propellant – once that was exhausted, the mission was over.  

Replacing onboard propellant with atmospheric molecules would create a new class of satellites able to operate in very low orbits for long periods.

Air-breathing electric thrusters could also be used at the outer fringes of atmospheres of other planets, drawing on the carbon dioxide of Mars, for instance.

"This project began with a novel design to scoop up air molecules as propellant from the top of Earth's atmosphere at around 200 km altitude with a typical speed of 7.8 km/s," explains ESA's Louis Walpot.

A complete thruster was developed for testing the concept by Sitael in Italy, which was performed in a vacuum chamber in their test facilities, simulating the environment at 200 km altitude.

A 'particle flow generator' provided the oncoming high-speed molecules for collection by the Ram-Electric Propulsion novel intake and thruster. 

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A future air-breathing space mission in low orbit around Earth: propelled at around 7.8 km/s, the satellite would ingest air molecules from the top of the atmosphere (left) to fire its ion thruster (right), providing thrust to overcome atmospheric drag, allowing it to stay in low orbit indefinitely. Credit: ESA–A. Di Giacomo
There are no valves or complex parts – everything works on a simple, passive basis. All that is needed is power to the coils and electrodes, creating an extremely robust drag-compensation system.

The challenge was to design a new type of intake to collect the air molecules so that instead of simply bouncing away they are collected and compressed.  

The molecules collected by the intake designed by QuinteScience in Poland are given electric charges so that they can be accelerated and ejected to provide thrust.

Sitael designed a dual-stage thruster to ensure better charging and acceleration of the incoming air, which is harder to achieve than in traditional electric propulsion designs.   

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Molecules of air at the top of the atmosphere are captured by a novel type of intake, then collected and compressed to the point of becoming thermalised ionised plasma, at which point they can be given an electric charge to accelerate them and eject them to provide thrust. Air-breathing electric propulsion could make a new class of long-lived, low-orbiting missions feasible. Credit: ESA–A. Di Giacomo
"The team ran computer simulations on particle behaviour to model all the different intake options," adds Louis, "but it all came down to this practical test to know if the combined intake and thruster would work together or not.

 

"Instead of simply measuring the resulting density at the collector to check the intake design, we decided to attach an electric thruster. In this way, we proved that we could indeed collect and compress the air molecules to a level where thruster ignition could take place, and measure the actual thrust.

"At first we checked our thruster could be ignited repeatedly with xenon gathered from the particle beam generator."

As a next step, Louis explains, the xenon was partially replaced by a nitrogen–oxygen air mixture: "When the xenon-based blue colour of the engine plume changed to purple, we knew we'd succeeded.

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The air-breathing thruster was initially run with standard xenon propellant, causing a bluish plume, which was then progressively replaced with a mixture of nitrogen and oxygen to represent Earth's atmosphere. Success was marked by the thruster plume changing to purple. Credit: ESA/Sitael
"The system was finally ignited repeatedly solely with atmospheric propellant to prove the concept's feasibility.

"This result means air-breathing electric propulsion is no longer simply a theory but a tangible, working concept, ready to be developed, to serve one day as the basis of a new class of missions."

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Fired at first using standard xenon propellant, the test thruster was then shifted to atmospheric air, proving the principle of air-breathing electric propulsion. Credit: ESA
[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Will the X3 ion thruster propel us to Mars?

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The previous couple of posts --
skyrmions 
and the quantum mechanical monopoles,
are highly important and pertinent to the possible alien propulsion systems
and data storage systems.
Perhaps some of my earlier comments on ball lightning are coming to the forefront.


Quote:'What makes this a skyrmion rather than a quantum knot 
is that not only does the spin twist 
but the quantum phase of the condensate winds repeatedly,' says Hall.

If the direction of the spin is changing in space, 
the velocity of the condensate 
responds just as would happen for a charged particle in a magnetic field. 

The knotted spin structure thus gives rise to a knotted artificial magnetic field 
that exactly matches the magnetic field 
in a model of ball lightning.

'More research is needed to know whether or not it is also possible 

to create a real ball lightning with a method of this kind. 
Further studies could lead to finding a solution to keep plasma together efficiently 
and enable more stable fusion reactors than we have now,' 
Möttönen explains.



a little more on -- skyrmions

https://www.sciencenews.org/article/skyr...ta-storage
Skyrmions open a door to next-level data storage
Some physicists have tied their hopes for a new generation of data storage 
to minuscule knotlike structures called skyrmions, 
which can form in magnetic materials. 
Incredibly tiny and tough to undo, 
magnetic skyrmions could help feed humankind’s hunger for ever-smaller electronics.

On traditional hard drives, 
the magnetic regions that store data are about 10 times as large as the smallest skyrmions. 
Ranging from a nanometer to hundreds of nanometers in diameter, 
skyrmions “are probably the smallest magnetic systems … 
that can be imagined or that can be realized in nature,” 
says physicist Vincent Cros of Unité Mixte de Physique CNRS/Thales in Palaiseau, France.

What’s more, skyrmions can easily move through a material, pushed along by an electric current. 
The magnetic knots’ nimble nature suggests that skyrmions storing data in a computer 
could be shuttled to a sensor that would read off the information as the skyrmions pass by. 
In contrast, traditional hard drives read and write data 
by moving a mechanical arm to the appropriate region on a spinning platter (SN: 10/19/13, p. 28). 
Those moving parts tend to be fragile, 
and the task slows down data recall. 
Scientists hope that skyrmions could one day make for more durable, faster, tinier gadgets.

One thing, however, has held skyrmions back: 
Until recently, they could be created and controlled only in the frigid cold. 
When solid-state physicist Christian Pfleiderer and colleagues 
first reported the detection of magnetic skyrmions, in Science in 2009, 
the knots were impractical to work with, 
requiring very low temperatures of about 30 kelvins (–243° Celsius). 
Those are “conditions where you’d say, ‘This is of no use for anybody,’ ” 
says Pfleiderer of the Technical University of Munich.

Skyrmions have finally come out of the cold, 
though they are finicky and difficult to control. 
Now, scientists are on the cusp of working out the kinks to create thawed-out skyrmions Whip
with all the desired characteristics. 
At the same time, researchers are chasing after new kinds of skyrmions, 
which may be an even better fit for data storage. 
The skyrmion field, Pfleiderer says, 
has “started to develop its own life.”  Applause

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A grid of skyrmions (blue circled by white) is revealed in an ultrathin film of palladium and iron, 
in this image from a scanning tunneling microscope (left) and illustrated inset of a single skyrmion (right).



Memories in magnets
In a magnetic material, such as iron, 
each atom acts like a tiny bar magnet with its own north and south poles. 
This magnetization arises from spin, a quantum property of the atom’s electrons. 
In a ferromagnet, a standard magnet like the one holding up the grocery list on your refrigerator, 
the atoms’ magnetic poles point in the same direction (SN Online: 5/14/12).

Skyrmions, which dwell within such magnetic habitats, 
are composed of groups of atoms with their magnetic poles oriented in whorls. 
Those spirals of magnetization disrupt the otherwise orderly alignment of atoms in the magnet, 
like a cowlick in freshly combed hair. 
Within a skyrmion, the direction of the atoms’ poles twists 
until the magnetization in the center points in the opposite direction of the magnetization outside. 
That twisting is difficult to undo, 
like a strong knot (SN Online: 10/31/08). 
So skyrmions won’t spontaneously disappear — a plus for long-term data storage.

Using knots of various kinds to store information has a long history. 
Ancient Incas used khipu, 
a system of knotted cord, 
to keep records or send messages (SN Online: 5/8/17). 
In a more modern example, Pfleiderer says, 
“if you don’t want to forget something then you put a knot in your handkerchief.” 
Skyrmions could continue that tradition.


Skyrmions are a type of “quasiparticle,” 
a disturbance within a material that behaves like a single particle, 
despite being a collective of many individual particles. 
Although skyrmions are made up of atoms, 
which remain stationary within the material, 
skyrmions can move around like a true particle, 
by sliding from one group of atoms to another. 

“The magnetism just twists around, and thus the skyrmion travels,” 
says condensed matter physicist Kirsten von Bergmann of the University of Hamburg.

In fact, skyrmions were first proposed in the context of particles. 
British physicist Tony Skyrme, who lends his name to the knots, 
suggested about 60 years ago that particles such as neutrons and protons 
could be thought of as a kind of knot. 
In the late 1980s, 
physicists realized the math that supported Skyrme’s idea 
could also represent knots in the magnetization of solid materials.


Such skyrmions could be used in futuristic data storage schemes, researchers later proposed. 
A chain of skyrmions could encode bits within a computer, 
with the presence of a skyrmion representing 1 and the absence representing 0.

In particular, skyrmions might be ideal for what are known as “racetrack” memories, 
Cros and colleagues proposed in Nature Nanotechnology in 2013. 
In racetrack devices, information-holding skyrmions would speed along a magnetic nanoribbon, 
like cars on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Solid-state physicist Stuart Parkin proposed a first version of the racetrack concept years earlier. 
In a 2008 paper in Science, 
Parkin and colleagues demonstrated the beginnings of a racetrack memory based not on skyrmions, 
but on magnetic features called domain walls, 
which separate regions with different directions of magnetization in a material. 
Those domain walls could be pushed along the track using electric currents 
to a sensor that would read out the data encoded within. 
To maximize the available space, the racetrack could loop straight up and back down 
(like a wild Mario Kart ride), 
allowing for 3-D memory that could pack in more data than a flat chip.

“When I first proposed [racetrack memories] many years ago, I think people were very skeptical,” says Parkin, now at the Max Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle, Germany. 
Today, the idea — with and without skyrmions — has caught on. 
Racetrack memories are being tested in laboratories, 
though the technology is not yet available in computers.

To make such a system work with skyrmions, 
scientists need to make the knots easier to wrangle at room temperature. 
For skyrmion-based racetrack memories to compete with current technologies, 
skyrmions must be small and move quickly and easily through a material. 
And they should be easy to create and destroy, 
using something simple like an electric current. 
Those are lofty demands: 
A step forward on one requirement sometimes leads to a step backward on the others. 
But scientists are drawing closer to reining in the magnetic marvels.

Those first magnetic skyrmions found by Pfleiderer and colleagues 
appeared spontaneously in crystals with asymmetric structures 
that induce a twist between neighboring atoms. 
Only certain materials have that skyrmion-friendly asymmetric structure, 
limiting the possibilities for studying the quasiparticles or coaxing them to form under warmer conditions.

Soon, physicists developed a way to artificially create an asymmetric structure 
by depositing material in thin layers. 
Interactions between atoms in different layers can induce a twist in the atoms’ orientations. 
“Now, we can suddenly use ordinary magnetic materials, 
combine them in a clever way with other materials, 
and make them work at room temperature,” 
says materials scientist Axel Hoffmann of Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois.

Scientists produced such thin film skyrmions for the first time 
in a one-atom-thick layer of iron on top of iridium, 
but temperatures were still very low. 
Reported in Nature Physics in 2011, 
those thin film skyrmions required a chilly 11 kelvins (–262° C). 
That’s because the thin film of iron loses its magnetic properties above a certain temperature, 
says von Bergmann, who coauthored the study, 
along with nanoscientist Roland Wiesendanger of the University of Hamburg and colleagues. 

But thicker films can stay magnetic at higher temperatures. 
And so, “one important step was to increase the amount of magnetic material,” von Bergmann says.

To go thicker, scientists began stacking sheets of various magnetic and nonmagnetic materials, 
like a club sandwich Applause
with repeating layers of meat, cheese and bread. 
Stacking multiple layers of iridium, platinum and cobalt, 
Cros and colleagues created the first room-temperature skyrmions smaller than 100 nanometers, 
the researchers reported in May 2016 in Nature Nanotechnology.

By adjusting the types of materials, 
the number of layers and their thicknesses, 
scientists can fashion designer skyrmions with desirable properties. 
When condensed matter physicist Christos Panagopoulos of Nanyang Technological University in Singapore 
and colleagues fiddled with the composition of layers of iridium, iron, cobalt and platinum, 
a variety of skyrmions swirled into existence. 

The resulting knots came in different sizes, 
and some were more stable than others, the researchers reported in Nature Materials in September 2017.

Although scientists now know how to make room-temperature skyrmions, 
the heat-tolerant swirls, 
tens to hundreds of nanometers in diameter, tend to be too big to be very useful. 

“If we want to compete with current state-of-the-art technology, 
we have to go for skyrmionic objects [that] are much smaller in size than 100 nanometers,” 
Wiesendanger says. 
The aim is to bring warmed-up skyrmions down to a few nanometers.

As some try to shrink room-temp skyrmions down, others are bringing them up to speed, 
to make for fast reading and writing of data. 
In a study reported in Nature Materials in 2016, 
skyrmions at room temperature reached top speeds of 100 meters per second (about 220 miles per hour). 

Fittingly, that’s right around the fastest speed NASCAR drivers achieve. 
The result showed that a skyrmion racetrack might actually work, 
says study coauthor Mathias Kläui, 
a condensed matter physicist at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz in Germany. 
“Fundamentally, it’s feasible at room temperature.” 
But to compete against domain walls, 
which can reach speeds of over 700 m/s, 
skyrmions still need to hit the gas.

Despite progress, there are a few more challenges to work out. 
One possible issue: 
A skyrmion’s swirling pattern makes it behave like a rotating object. 
“When you have a rotating object moving, 
it may not want to move in a straight line,” Hoffmann says. 
“If you’re a bad golf player, you know this.” 
Skyrmions don’t move in the same direction as an electric current, but at an angle to it. 
On the racetrack, skyrmions might hit a wall instead of staying in their lanes. 
Now, researchers are seeking new kinds of skyrmions that stay on track.

A new twist
Just as there’s more than one way to tie a knot, 
there are several different types of skyrmions, formed with various shapes of magnetic twists. 

The two best known types are Bloch and Néel. 
Bloch skyrmions are found in the thick, asymmetric crystals in which skyrmions were first detected, 
and Néel skyrmions tend to show up in thin films.

“The type of skyrmions you get is related to the crystal structure of the materials,” 
says physical chemist Claudia Felser 
of the Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, Germany. 

Felser studies Heusler compounds, Hmm2
materials that have unusual properties particularly useful for manipulating magnetism. 
Felser, Parkin and colleagues detected a new kind of skyrmion, 
an antiskyrmion, in a thin layer of such a material. 
They reported the find in August 2017 in Nature.

Antiskyrmions might avoid some of the pitfalls that their relatives face, Parkin says. 
“Potentially, they can move in straight lines with currents, 
rather than moving to the side.” 
Such straight-shooting skyrmions may be better suited for racetrack schemes. 
And the observed antiskyrmions are stable at a wide range of temperatures, including room temperature. Antiskyrmions also might be able to shrink down smaller than other kinds of skyrmions.

Physicists are now on the hunt for skyrmions within a different realm: 
antiferromagnetic materials. 
Unlike in ferromagnetic materials — in which atoms all align their poles — 
in antiferromagnets, atoms’ poles point in alternating directions. 

If one atom points up, its neighbor points down. 
Like antiskyrmions, 
antiferromagnetic skyrmions wouldn’t zip off at an angle to an electric current, 
so they should be easier to control. 
Antiferromagnetic skyrmions might also move faster, Kläui says.

Materials scientists still need to find an antiferromagnetic material 
with the necessary properties to form skyrmions, Kläui says. 
“I would expect that this would be realized in the next couple of years.”

Finding the knots’ niche
Once skyrmions behave as desired, 
creating a racetrack memory with them is an obvious next step. 
“It is a technology that combines the best of multiple worlds,” Kläui says — 
stability, easily accessible data and low energy requirements. 
But Kläui and others acknowledge the hurdles ahead for skyrmion racetrack memories. 
It will be difficult, these researchers say, 
to beat traditional magnetic hard drives — 
not to mention the flash memories available in newer computers — 
on storage density, speed and cost simultaneously.

“The racetrack idea, I’m skeptical about,” Hoffmann says. 
Instead, skyrmions might be useful in devices meant for performing calculations. 
Because only a small electric current is required to move skyrmions around, 
such devices might be used to create energy-efficient computer processors.

Another idea is to use skyrmions for biologically inspired computers, 
which attempt to mimic the human brain (SN: 9/6/14, p. 10). 
Brains consume about as much power as a lightbulb, 
yet can perform calculations that computers still can’t match, 
thanks to large interconnected networks of nerve cells. 
Skyrmions could help scientists achieve this kind of computation in the lab, 
without sapping much power.

A single skyrmion could behave like a nerve cell, or neuron, 
electrical engineer Sai Li of Beihang University in Beijing and colleagues suggest. 
In the human body, a neuron can add up signals from its neighbors, 
gradually building up a voltage across its membrane. 
When that voltage reaches a certain threshold, 
ions begin shifting across the membrane in waves, generating an electric pulse. 
Skyrmions could imitate this behavior: 
An electric current would push a skyrmion along a track, 
with the distance traveled acting as an analog for the neuron’s increasing voltage. 
A skyrmion reaching a detector at the end would be equivalent to a firing neuron, 
the researchers proposed in July 2017 in Nanotechnology.

By combining a large number of neuron-imitating skyrmions, 
the thinking goes, 
scientists could create a computer that operates something like a brain.

Additional ideas for how to use the magnetic whirls keep cropping up. 
“It’s still a growing field,” von Bergmann says. 
“There are several new ideas ahead.”

Whether or not skyrmions end up in future gadgets, 
the swirls are part of a burgeoning electronics ecosystem. 
Ever since electricity was discovered, 
researchers have focused on the motion of electric charges. 
But physicists are now fashioning a new parallel system called spintronics — 
of which skyrmions are a part — 
based on the motion of electron spin, 
that property that makes atoms magnetic (SN Online: 9/26/17). 
By studying skyrmions, 
researchers are expanding their understanding of how spins move through materials.

Bloch skyrmion
The first type of skyrmion detected, called a Bloch skyrmion, appears in asymmetric crystals. 
The magnetic poles tilt around the circle.  

Néel skyrmion
In a Néel skyrmion, the magnetic poles tilt outward instead of around the circle,
as they do in a Bloch skyrmion.

Antiskyrmion
Newly discovered antiskyrmions are like a cross between Néel and Bloch skyrmions, 
and may have some advantages for memory devices, 
such as tolerating a range of temperatures. 

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Footage of mysterious object above ocean stuns military personnel
By Dean Balsamini
March 10, 2018 | 7:30pm | Updated



Newly-released video of a mysterious object streaking over the Atlantic Ocean shows the Pentagon needs to take UFOs seriously, a researcher says.
The sensational two-minute clip captured by a camera aboard a US Navy F/A 18 jet flying at 25,000 feet wowed military personnel.
“What the f— is that thing?” shouted the pilot in the video posted online by the To the Stars Academy of Arts and Science, a private research company.
“Oh my gosh dude!” exclaimed the jet’s weapons systems officer.
The video was shot off the East Coast in 2015. To the Stars Academy did not say how it obtained the declassified footage, but said others could obtain it through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Three videos showing similar incidents became public last year in reports of $22 million in Pentagon spending on UFO research.
The videos, along with observations by pilots and radar operators, “appear to provide evidence of the existence of aircraft far superior to anything possessed by the United States or its allies,” writes Christopher Mellon, a former defense official in the George W. Bush and Clinton administrations and an adviser to To the Stars Academy.
In a Washington Post op-ed, Mellon reasoned that if the origin of these aircraft is a mystery, “so is the paralysis of the US government in the face of such evidence.”
Mellon, who served as an intelligence official for the Clinton and George W. Bush administrations, charged that military and department agencies “treat such incidents as isolated events rather than as part of a pattern requiring serious attention and investigation.”
Mellon compared the government’s current approach to UFOs to the counterterrorism efforts of the CIA and the FBI prior to 9/11.
He wondered if the US has been “technologically leap-frogged by Russia or China” or might these videos “be evidence of some alien civilization. Unfortunately, we have no idea, because we aren’t even seeking answers.”
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https://nypost.com/2018/03/10/footage-of...personnel/
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With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
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#90
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the 4 minute video is a waste of time.

you have to go to 
To The Stars Academy -- TTSA - that nutcake Delonge and his CIA - DoD clown infestation.

they were obviously fed the video directly via their DoD connections,
more of their continuing "entertainment" venue,
geared to produce donations to the new DoD - CIA corporate scam.
Not that the video is fake,
on the contrary,
it is the whole premise that TTSA is the first to receive the video tells you a lot.

 https://coi.tothestarsacademy.com/2015-g...st-footage


Quote:While TTSA was the first to obtain a copy, 
it should be available to any member of the press or public via the Freedom of Information Act.
Washington Post featured the video from TTSA


It is amusing that TTSA is the first entity to get these ---> shortened and curtailed video streams.
the DoD has thousands of these videos no doubt,
and has been aware of this presence for a long time,
and with Delonge,
they have found a way for former and current DoD and CIA Top Hats  Pennywise
to scam up a profiteering corporate venue,
to eventually make a lot of money,
and work towards developing publc interest into space weaponry systems, etc etc etc.
the big question still is why top DoD virus experts and brain trauma experts 
have been brought into this new corporate CIA - DoD cesspool.
  
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#91
TR-3B Anti-Gravity Spacecrafts

https://mycommonsenseparty.com/2018-vide..._11_18.mp4

Posted Nov 23, 2013 by Flanker41

It doesn't exist officially. It uses highly pressured mercury accelerated by nuclear energy to produce a plasma that creates a field of anti-gravity around the ship. Conventional thrusters located at the tips of the craft allow it to perform all manner of rapid high speed maneuvers along all three axes. Interestingly, the plasma generated also reduces radar signature significantly. So it'll be almost invisible on radar & remain undetected. This literally means that it can go to any country it likes without being detected by air traffic control & air defence systems.

Read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TR-3_Black_Manta

Source: http://www.military.com/video/aircraft/m...0314511001

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Misinformation? Lying?

If we HAD Anti-Gravity .. WHY the FRACK are we using ROCKETS ???   Sheep

Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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#92
Hi Bob - You are right.  If we had anti-gravity we would not use rockets But; we really do use a kind of anti-gravity with the electrogravitics purportedly used in the B2 bomber (and possible other experimental or operational craft), so maybe we or they (they, who ever they are that know about this stuff) are part of the way there? 

If the past is any guide, public knowledge  of aviation/space technology operational capacities and functional capabilities (especially military related) is at least ten to twenty years behind the current state of the the art.       

Hmm2
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(03-12-2018, 01:29 AM)deo Wrote: Hi Bob - You are right.  If we had anti-gravity we would not use rockets But; we really do use a kind of anti-gravity with the electrogravitics purportedly used in the B2 bomber (and possible other experimental or operational craft), so maybe we or they (they, who ever they are that know about this stuff) are part of the way there? 

If the past is any guide, public knowledge  of aviation/space technology operational capacities and functional capabilities (especially military related) is at least ten to twenty years behind the current state of the the art.       

Hmm2

Thanx Deo, but we ALL know who "THEY" are...the DEEP STATE aka Military Industrial Complex.  or as I have now referred it to as:

As I've stated many times, what we have is : Elite Exceptitionalist Extremists ( E^3 ) = Milititary Manipulated Media Industitrialized Imperial Intitelligence Corpwhorational Crapititalistic Control Complex.   M^3 I^3 C^4 aka “Mickey...They'll Eat Everything before you knew there was something. Then tell you there was nothing...move along.”

Corpwhorational Crapititalistic Control Complex the new C ^ 4  

It is their incessant need for MORE n MORE $$$ in their coffers, already bulging wwith wasted TRILLIONS of "Entitlements" which the politicians keep calling Social Security which is flat fact "EARNED BENEFITS" !!!  We and our employers paid these taxes to the government; which then STEALS that money for more unneeded wars.

Keep BASHING home the FLAT FACTS Social Security and Medicare are NOT "entitlements" they are EARNED BENEFITS WE PAID FOR !!! What are entitlements are the F-35 Trillion $ DISASTER that still cannot beat ANY Russian or Chinese JET. PERIOD !!!
What ARE "entitlements" are no-bid DOD contracts to Halliburton, and ALL other Defense Contractors !! Paying politicians for this is BRIBERY not something they PAID for since they deducted in from their profits; where as, we PAID this money AS TAXES that were supposed to put in a TRUST FUND AND NEVER EVER USED for ANYTHING else. PERIOD !!!

PROOF SS been raided since at least 1983 the GREAT REGAN ERA:
http://peoplespension.infoshop.org/blogs...%e2%80%9d/

We should start a suit against the DOD for raiding SS $$$ for needless wars and needless and flunky hardware like the F-35 which makes pilots pass out while flying because of defective oxygen system.

THAT IS AN ENTITLEMENT !!!  Not "earned" at all.

The Deep State Swamp needs to be DRAINED and FIRED and NEVER should anyone be bought for TV 'talking bobble heads'.

Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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#94
2015 Navy UFO video...

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#95
I've KNOWN about UFO's since childhood.  My Dad was an electrician after being a cop and told me about seeing several UFOs while at the top of a steel tower they were bringing power into Plattsburgh and when he told me the story several times in my youth.  And we talked after I bought home from 14th grade Erich von Däniken Chariots of the Gods? he wanted to read it first; I said after me.  He did read it and wanted more and I got a few more before I graduated and moved out of the house within two weeks after getting job as Mover.

Spacecraft

THEY EXIST !  They have a HUGE Moon Spaceship around our planet.  I am sure they have bases on Earth in Oceans, Antarctica, and other places around the Solar System.  Maybe that "speck" that New Horizon's flew bye-bye on Pluto.

Bob... Ninja Assimilated
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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#96
Bob...look closely at the display at the readouts that aren't labeled.
On the upper right it says "SLAVE", along with something illegible.
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#97
SLAVE may just be some acronym for "black box" recording, or once the pilot locked on to it, it was "slaved" to follow it but I don't think that's it because the vertical SLAVE is there before lock on.  So imho, it just indicates that everything is being sent to the black boxes and maybe also to the other fighters to look at since only ONE pilot managed to lock on to the tiny UFO speeding so fast above the sea.

Another idea is that the screen is being 'SLAVED' to satellite transmission in real-time to DOD, DIA, NSA etc.

I don't think it is nefarious in that it somehow is being FEED information on the screen to confuse the pilot. Naughty 

I think my first gut check is that SLAVE means that for SURE your black boxes are FUNCTIONING correctly.

Here a few more ufo link encounters worth watching







btw...I also agree with you that this UFO stuff is being "commercialized" as if the DEEP STATE NASA NASTIES NAZIS are trying to run cover for those whose assess may be on the line since Trump won the election and wants ALL the Deeps State Swamp out and prosecuted.  Especially since Clinton's team WAS going to "Disclose" what 'could be' disclosed as Stephen Bassette of http://paradigmresearchgroup.org/wordpress/  he's in it for the money himself also.  He wants to make a movie that I already have a copy of the FULL Disclosure hearings before retired Senator and Representatives over a week long event with workshops by various people like the one I got to come to Clinton Community College (CCC) and then to a over-packed galllery at 4 yr Platsburgh State University College (PSUC)

Remember I was FIRED from CCC for filing a FOIA request WITH CCC president signature and approval The Assitant Dean approval, PSUC Dean approval, Geology and Geography dept heads approval, along with a Board of Directors of the 4 year PSUC approval.  They did NOT pay ANY unemployment benefits to NYS and said I wasn't qualified.  Well I fought and WON that battle and CCC had to pay me 6 months of SAME monthly salary I WAS getting and it had to come from THEIR own budget.  That got the President of CCC fired, the Dean who had told me to stop taking space got Cancer and died 18 months later.  The HEAD of ALL 2 year schools in NY State got fired.

Frack if they had let me continue I would have been fired likely because I would have said 911 was a False Flag Terror event based on Fox news 4 part series about Mossad "art students" almost 150 of them were held for three months, while the ENTIRE Bin-laden family was the ONLY jet allowed to fly during the grounding of ALL aircraft.  Even the Israeli's had to wait for commercial aviation to be back up and running before ALL were deported.  And Osama BinLaden aka CIA Tim Osmand died in December 2001 in a Dubai Hospital with his CIA handler and a family by his side.


So I may have been fired eventually anyway, but not over UFOs and Space interests.  KARMA .... it's REAL

Bob... Ninja Spacecraft
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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#98
Uhoh I guess I went into snowflake mode
at the realization that a slave must also have a master,
and that using those terms for disk drives had been banned a long time ago.

Cry ...m-m-maybe "black box" is a racist word for some kind of punishment......
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(03-18-2018, 02:54 PM)Kalter Rauch Wrote: Uhoh I guess I went into snowflake mode
at the realization that a slave must also have a master,
and that using those terms for disk drives had been banned a long time ago.

Cry ...m-m-maybe "black box" is a racist word for some kind of punishment......

No...think about secret sites and dark boxes with spikes on ALL 6 surfaces and YOU in there with NO LIGHT !!!
Now THAT is one NASTY BLACK BOX !!!

And now the CIA is going to headed by the LADY who COMMANDED them to TRASH ALL TAPES OF ANY AND EVERY INTERROGATION !!!  Sorta what Killery did to her machines, phones, disk drives.

THAT is against the LAW !!!  PERIOD !!!

In one of the songs that is the THEME music on my site, Paul sings about even J' Edgar Hoover, along with Jesus broke the law.

This lady ain't no Jesus and neither is the CIA, NSA, DIA, DOD, etc...

Bob... Ninja Alien2
"The Morning Light, No sensation to compare to this, suspended animation, state of bliss, I keep my eyes on the circling sky, tongue tied and twisted just and Earth Bound Martian I" Learning to Fly Pink Floyd [Video: https://vimeo.com/144891474]
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