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2 Navy Airmen and an Object That ‘Accelerated Like Nothing I’ve Ever Seen’
Now wait a minute!     Naughty  

A Blackhawk helicopter and FBI team with antenna analysts, complete blackout and shutdown, all over an internet child porn operation?  Ostensibly from a janitor's laptop?  Was someone using the antennae and equipment to beam child porn into the Sun?  And after all of this activity and publicity, why are there are no arrests or even charges?   The burdened cost of this operation has to be in the thousands, including federal, local and private costs, and still no charges?  How many other child porn busts are there every year without such high-tech intervention that actually result in arrests, charges and convictions?  Most, I will guess.  There might be more to this story.

That last link Kalter posted

Unidentified, from A&E Originals, 
will be executive produced by Tom  Pennywise  DeLonge 
co-founder  Horsepoop
president Pimp
To the Stars  Tp Academy  Tp of Arts & Science   Tp
along with:
former Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and Intelligence Chris Pimp Mellon 
and their team Rofl
will provide new information Nonono
UFO encounters  Assimilated and embark on new investigations.
I understood it to be more of those Navy encounters
and about secret programs.
Recent Navy pilot UFO reports since Nimitz sightings... 


Quote:Recent Navy pilot UFO reports since Nimitz sightings... 

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That was well worth reading,
and so I will post the entire article for the record.

East coast encounters this time.

Quote:... five U.S. Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet crewmen, 
have recounted a number of incredibly strange encounters with unidentified flying objects,
off the East Coast of the United States. 
Two of the pilots went on the record. 
The surreal craft they encountered had performance 
that defies known propulsion Whip
and aerodynamic capabilities Whip 
and are described as looking like something akin to special effects 
you would have seen in a sci-fi movie circa the late 1980s. 
The pilots' accounts also point to a major sensor upgrade on their aircraft 
that made the presence of these craft even detectable at all. 

What's even more important is that these events took place as recently as 2015, 
over a decade after the now famous Nimitz incident 
with the so-called 'Tic Tac' craft occurred. 
This is all coming to light—at least officially—
just weeks after the U.S. Navy said it is changing its procedures for its service members 
reporting unexplained phenomenon in their operating environments. 

The War Zone had recently published an in-depth expose about the Navy's procedural changes, 
a number of other revelations surrounding the Tic Tac incident, 
and more recent developments, 
that concluded that the phenomenon is indeed real  Alien2    
That hard to swallow fact has huge implications, regardless of the objects' origins. 

Lt. Ryan Graves, an F/A-18 Super Hornet pilot who has been in the Navy for a decade 
has come forward after talking to the Navy and Congress 
about the events he and his squadron mates witnessed between 2014 and 2015. 
In a New York Times article published on May 26th, 2019, 
Graves described how strange craft would appear in their training airspace 
and persist there not for minutes, but many hours, or even days at a time. 

The persistence of these craft was in no way the strangest thing about them. 
Beyond being able to drop tens of thousands of feet in a matter of a second or two 
and possessing flight characteristics 
that are unobtainable with known technology, 
the unannounced visitors looked like nothing else on the planet. 

But before we get into all that, 
let's rewind to how all this began and talk about a very important detail 
that was largely glazed over in the New York Times piece. 
Graves and another pilot who was willing to disclose his identity—Lt. Danny Accoin—

were both Naval Aviators serving in Navy Strike Fighter Squadron 11 (VFA-11), 
the Red Rippers, 
based out of Naval Air Station Oceana near Norfolk, Virginia. 
Strange anomalies started showing up on their Super Hornets' radars in 2014, 
while they were out on training maneuvers 
in the vast warning areas off the Atlantic Coast between Virginia and Florida. 

According to Graves, 
Naval Aviators really began noticing the objects in their training areas
after a major technological leap in air combat capability 
was fielded across much of the U.S. Navy's combat aircraft inventory. 
Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars. 

The last paragraph there reveals a two things.
the alien technology is also aware of the advanced nature of US naval upgrades.
as you read this recent news, the detection of the alien drones thus far,
is only documented off the east and west coasts of the mainland.
If land based air and naval exercises across the country interior,
do not experience the same level of contact or sightings as the sea based naval groups do,
that may indicate a nearby temporary undersea alien base. 

The latest version of the alien drone is a translucent sphere surrounding a cube.

The pilots could register the drones on their upgraded radar, but could not see them.

Quote:Before the mid-2000s, 
Navy tactical fighter aircraft were equipped with mechanically scanned array (MSA) 
pulse doppler radar systems of varying capabilities and power outputs. 
So-called 'legacy' F/A-18AC/D Hornets 
were largely equipped with the AN/APG-73 radar. 
This was a very capable MSA fire control radar 
with multiple air-to-air, air-to-ground, and synthetic aperture ground mapping modes. 
Still, it was developed based on 1980s technology, 
as the vast majority of the fighter radars in service with U.S. military aircraft were at the time. 

1980s technology  AN/APG-73 radar on Navy Hornets

Even the earlier batches of F/A-18E/F Super Hornets delivered in the first half of the 2000s 
were equipped with this same radar set. 
But as production of the Super Hornet matured, 
the AN/APG-79 Active Electronically Scanned Array radar 
was installed in place of the AN/APG-73. 

It became operational on a handful of Super Hornets in 2007, 
with the number of Navy fighters equipped with it slowing growing larger ever since. 
Today, it is commonplace across the Navy's Super Hornet and Growler fleets. 
Also, a diverse array of older aircraft, 
including the legacy Hornet and even the B-52 Stratofortress
are now being back-fitted with modular AESA radar sets, 
breathing new life into older airframes. 

The AN/APG-79, and other AESA radars like it on fighter aircraft, 

offer a huge leap in capability in virtually every respect. 
This included a massive improvement in reliability, 
as a steerable radar dish is no longer needed with electronically scanned arrays. 
Mechanically scanned arrays have to quickly sweep in all directions physically, 
and even under heavy G forces and buffeting, 
and they have to survive crashing down on a carrier deck after missions over and over. 
So, migrating to a system with few moving parts, 
was a massive coup in terms of reliability for Navy fighters. 

The AN/APG-79

In addition to better readiness, and more importantly, 
the AN/APG-79's resolution, range, speed of scan, simultaneous tracking, 
and target discrimination abilities are drastically improved over its predecessor. 

Even the ability to operate in air-to-air and air-to-ground modes at the same time 
has been introduced. In addition, advanced software and processing that interprets what the more sensitive radar 'sees' provides a higher quality end product to Super Hornet crews, 
resulting in dramatically improved situational awareness.

All this means that AESA equipped fighters can see farther, 

better understand what was being detected, 
and have a hugely enhanced ability to see detect objects flying low over surface clutter. 
Even small or low observable (stealthy), 
or slow-moving targets, 
or those that attempt to hide in the 'doppler notch' 
of a threatening fighter's radar by flying perpendicular to it, 
have a tougher time eluding detection and engagement, 
when facing opposition fighters packing AESA radar sets. 

With all that being said, apparently, 
this same leap in sensor technology also lifted the curtain, 
so to speak, 
when it came to detecting UFOs flying near Navy fighters while on training missions. 

The New York Times writes:

Quote:The pilots began noticing the objects after their 1980s-era radar
was upgraded to a more advanced system.
As one fighter jet after another got the new radar,
pilots began picking up the objects,
but ignoring what they thought were false radar tracks.

“People have seen strange stuff in military aircraft for decades,”
Lieutenant Graves said.
“We’re doing this very complex mission,
to go from 30,000 feet, diving down.
It would be a pretty big deal to have something up there.”

But he said the objects persisted,
showing up at 30,000 feet,
20,000 feet,
even sea level.
They could accelerate,
slow down and then hit hypersonic speeds.

Lieutenant Accoin said he interacted twice with the objects.
The first time, after picking up the object on his radar,
he set his plane to merge with it, flying 1,000 feet below it.
He said he should have been able to see it with his helmet camera,
but could not,
even though his radar told him it was there.

A few days later,
Lieutenant Accoin said a training missile on his jet Naughty
locked on the object and his infrared camera picked it up as well.
“I knew I had it, I knew it was not a false hit,”
he said.
But still, “I could not pick it up visually.”

At this point the pilots said they speculated that the objects
were part of some classified and extremely advanced drone program.

But then pilots began seeing the objects. Hmm2
In late 2014,
Lieutenant Graves said he was back at base in Virginia Beach
when he encountered a squadron mate just back from a mission
“with a look of shock on his face.”

He said he was stunned to hear the pilot’s words.
“I almost hit one of those things,”
the pilot told Lieutenant Graves.

The pilot and his wingman were flying in tandem about 100 feet apart
over the Atlantic east of Virginia Beach
when something flew between them,
right past the cockpit. Rofl

It looked to the pilot,
Lieutenant Graves said,
like a sphere encasing a cube.

The last part is somewhat mind-blowing. 

Basically, he describes a geometric cube with a translucent sphere of some sort around it. 
Like I said in the opening of this piece, 
this sounds like some special effects object from season one of Star Trek The Next Generation
not a craft being reported in detail 
from a highly-trained Navy fighter pilot that flew right by it. 
Apparently, others appeared to be spinning in mid-air like tops 
and were captured by the Super Hornet's AN/ASQ-228 ATFLIR targeting pod. 

After this near miss, the Red Rippers were officially spooked. 
What was something of a novelty and mystery, 
became a flight safety issue. 
They filed an official safety report.
The New York Times continues: 

Quote:The near miss,
he and other pilots interviewed said, angered the squadron,
and convinced them that the objects were not part of a classified drone program.

Government officials would know fighter pilots were training in the area, t
hey reasoned,
and would not send drones to get in the way.

“It turned from a potentially classified drone program to a safety issue,”
Lieutenant Graves said.
“It was going to be a matter of time before someone had a midair” collision.

What was strange, the pilots said,
was that the video showed objects accelerating to hypersonic speed,
making sudden stops and instantaneous turns —
something beyond the physical limits of a human crew.

“Speed doesn’t kill you,” Lieutenant Graves said. “Stopping does. Or acceleration.”
Asked what they thought the objects were, the pilots refused to speculate.



Quote:The squadron deployed to the Middle East in March of 2015, 

and according to the pilots interviewed, 

the encounters off of the southeastern coast of the U.S. ended not long after. 
As for the Navy's strange public announcement,

that they were changing the reporting procedures for these types of encounters

We examined this peculiar move by the Navy 
and the odd timing of it in great detail in my last article on the subject, 
and this series of events likely had something to do with it. 

Regardless, with all this in mind, what can we take away from these new on the record revelations?
First off, they are a huge deal. 
We are talking about two more Navy fighter pilots on the record 
and another three talking to The New York Times on background. 

And this was not some account that occurred a decade or more in the past, 
this was just a couple years ago. 
Yet what strikes me the most is that once again,
this series of encounters occurred in tightly sanitized airspace over the ocean 
where the military does its most advanced and complex training and testing, 
just like the Nimitz's 
Tic Tac incident many years earlier on the west coast. 

In that case, 
the gear and personnel involved were also preparing for a major deployment.
Yet what the New York Times doesn't seem to firmly drill down on enough 
is that we are now getting first-hand accounts 
that describe a major upgrade in radar technology 
as being a catalyst for actually detecting and tracking these mysterious objects. 

Much of my last piece was dedicated to the little knownfact that back in 2004, 
the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group 
was executing very complex and highly integrated training 
prior to deployment with Cooperative Engagement Capability technology 
installed on its ships and aircraft. 

This was the first time this game-changing suite of sensor fusion 
and data-link technologies was ever integrated into an operational Carrier Strike Group. 

As a result, multiple accounts definitively state that its unique, 
'fused' sensor data was confiscated after the Tic Tac incident 
culminated in a number of close encounters. 

Taking the recent information about the radar upgrade on the Super Hornets into account, 
it adds a new facet of plausibility to the Nimitz/Tic Tac events. 
The higher fidelity radar telemetry data Cooperative Engagement Capability provided, 
like the introduction of AESA fire control radars on Navy fighters not long after, 
may have allowed for the detection and documentation of these objects like never before. 
Whether that was by design or by chance remains unknown.

These two facts—
the encounters occurring in secure military airspace off the continental U.S. coastline 
and the presence of advanced, 
highly capable radar systems in both series of incidents—
is compelling, to say the least. 

General knowledge of the aforementioned events, 

that occurred off the east coast in 2014 and 2015 is not necessarily new. 
Many of us who have kept very close tabs on these developments,
have known about the sphere and cube  Sheep craft description for some time 
and that a number of encounters happened in this area long after the Nimitz event in 2004. 
Our good friend Danny Silva reported on the broad strokes of this story days before the New York Times piece was published via dissecting an interview with Commander David Fravor, the lead Super Hornet pilot that had the close-up encounter with the Tic Tac in 2004. Silva also blogged about Fravor's description of what the east coast pilots saw back in January

What is new is the level of detail offered, 
and the fact that five pilots talked to The New York Times, 
about this and two were on the record. 

The fact of the matter,
is that we still don't know much about these strange events. 
For instance, was this a community-wide event? 
In other words, 
were multiple squadrons at NAS Oceana experiencing similar incidents? 

The AN/APG-79 was fairly common by 2015 among Super Hornet units. 
If not, why only the Red Rippers? 

Red Ripper 

It is also just days before To The Stars Academy, 
the quasi-research
entertainment corporation  Tp
put together by Blink 182 rocker Tom DeLonge  Pennywise
and now filled with impressive resumes from the intelligence and aerospace sectors, 
including the ex-head of the AATIP program, 
has the first episode of its highly touted new program on the History Channel premiere. 

They are just one of many fighter squadrons based at NAS Oceana—
along with dozens of other Marine Corps and USAF Squadrons based in the region—
that also use the airspace for training. 

Some of those units are equipped with more advanced aircraft types than the Super Hornet, 
such as the F-35 and F-22
These aircraft also have AESA radars. 
Did they spot similar phenomena during this period of time?

In addition, 
why did it take a near miss to report the presence of these craft? 
Was it a cultural and professional issue, or something else? 
Now stepping back even further, 

it is very interesting we are hearing of this now. 
The steady drip, drip, drip of information 
starting with the disclosure of the Pentagon's
 Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) in December of 2017 
has been peculiar, bordering on downright questionable, to say the least.
"The steady drip, drip, drip of information 
starting with the disclosure of the Pentagon's
 Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) in December of 2017 
has been peculiar, bordering on downright questionable, to say the least."

Yes...along with a visual description there is probably a version 
mixing hi-res IR imagery that might show heat signatures within the "cube"
that could show power plant location, crew compartment, 
and any interaction between the "sphere" and the atmosphere
eg...a force field?)

A few scenarios here.
The jet pilot did not specify the size of the sphere with the cube inside.
The pilot is being quoted by another pilot ... being interviewed by the NYT.
The entire story of the cube within a sphere ... is actually hearsay,
yet the sensationalist moment in the article actually.

Quote:"The steady drip, drip, drip of information 
starting with the disclosure of the Pentagon's
 Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) in December of 2017 
has been peculiar, bordering on downright questionable, to say the least."

The "drip drip drip" of information is also a propaganda ploy.
The Pentagon cannot contain the UFO phenomena and reality much longer.
They need funding for space weapons, and space forces,
and all things military in space.
With current politics in Democratic Socialism on the rise,
defense funding has to get innovative in raising public awareness and interest.
The UFO's in these Navy pilot cases are real,
the "drip drip drip" of evidence and verifiable information  Whip
of the alien threat Uhoh
is going to, 
not as slowly but quite surely, start leaking a lot of water.

So even if the aliens on the east coast, and the west coast Lol
are not a threat,
they will be introduced as an impending and growing threat.
This propaganda fuels money into the defense contracting businesses.
BAE  Raytheon and Lockheed Martin and on down the defense contracting list,
will see stocks rise with every new alien disclosure in the future.

Top 100 defense  Ninja contractors 
check out number 8 ... look to the far right to "defense percentage"

Money has to be made on the alien threat and all things military in space.
There is no alien threat, but that idea can be made lucrative and profitable.
Look at TTSA.
Infested with ex CIA and DoD dick heads.
I don't mind if they make money,
but the Russians and the Chinese are the threat.
The aliens already kicked our asses without even trying,
and if they wanted get offensive militarily it would have already happened.

Everybody in aerospace defense contracting is positioning for the hog trough of defense funding.
The Democratic Socialists want to give the federal funding money to illegal immigrants, 
to send them all to college, and give them free health care.
BAE, Lockheed Martin, and Raytheon do not fit into the Socialist equations.
The aliens are amused,
but managing the pests the fly up from the surface in jet scooters belching JP-8 fuel exhaust.

We have ... the sphere with the cube inside on the east coast.
We have ... the high speed spinning orbs on the west coast.
Maybe there are already two sets of aliens Dance2 Dance2 
and two  different technologies. 

Maybe a percentage of this recent "drip drip drip" Pentagon UFO disclosure,
is a manufactured con game for media manipulation.
My point being,
that this is all a Big Money Movie in the making.
Everything we see and read now are just the previews of the film in production.

Isn't Life a Living Dream ?

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:]

If the alien propulsion technology is that advanced,
you can bet that their pharmaceutical and genetics technologies are as well.
It would then be predictably easy to biologically reduce the human population,
or deploy genetic hybrids that look human into the human populations.

With the amount of sightings by the pilots related to the NYT,
there has to either be a mother ship in orbit, or a base undersea. 
A large craft could be sitting on an undersea ocean shelf off the coast, or deeper.
We all saw those movies too.
I don't think this anything new, 
and visitation and observation is likely an ancient and repetitive occurrence.

Remember that part about the pilot's missile lock on the UFO?

Quote:A few days later, 
Lieutenant Accoin said a training missile on his jet   [Image: naughty.gif] 

locked on the object  Whip

and his infrared  Ninja camera picked it up as well. 

“I knew I had it, I knew it was not a false hit,” 
he said. 
But still, “I could not pick it up visually.”

He couldn't see it. Cloaking device ? ... maybe ...and a Navy jet with a training missile Rofl 

This flying thing he is talking about, is trespassing in US military air space.
He could have shot his "locked on" training  Tp missile. 

The Pentagon has not tried to blow one of these tic tac's out of the sky?
At least to see if any response occurs other than flying away at higher speed.
I don't believe it.
They probably already have shot something down.

Drip drip drip information releases are getting somewhat drip dry already.
This might be leading up to a manufactured event.


Perhaps this is their base.
The UFO Question has gone full circle
with these new Pentagon admissions.

Read Captain Edward Ruppelt's book,
the official report that was published over a half century ago!
Ruppelt headed ATIC (a predecessor of AATIP).

"Well worth reading"......
Yes!  I have a first edition copy, 1956.  A good read, especially with everything we have learned since the report was compiled and about items withheld.

The thing to keep in mind about Ruppelt's report
is that Project Bluebook was originally aka Project Sign,
the outfit run by Ruppelt,
and whose report was rejected.
The UFO group was renamed Project Grudge
and headed by Dr. Condon
and "found nothing at all...",
the public being advised to "move along..."......
Stanton Friedman found Blue Book, Special Report 14... THAT section when he found it has ALL the very BEST cases.  Military, Police, Firemen, Pilots, and CLEAR videos, images and "Swamp Gas".

Bob... Ninja Assimilated 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:]
(06-23-2019, 09:10 PM)rhw007 Wrote: Stanton Friedman found Blue Book, Special Report 14... THAT section when he found it has ALL the very BEST cases.  Military, Police, Firemen, Pilots, and CLEAR videos, images and "Swamp Gas".

Bob... Ninja Assimilated Spacecraft

What about THIS "Section"?>>>Section 333

Special Authority for Certain Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Section 44807)

The Small UAS Rule (14 CFR part 107) is only applicable to unmanned aircraft (drones) that weigh less than 55 pounds at takeoff. To fly an unmanned aircraft that weighs 55 pounds or more, operators need to apply for an exemption under the Special Authority for Certain Unmanned Systems (49 U.S.C. §44807). This authority replaces Section 333 of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 (FMRA) (PDF) (P. L. 112-95), which was repealed in the 2018 FAA Reauthorization Act (P. L. 115-254).

Section 333

Number of Petitions Granted / ClosedPetitions Granted
Petitions Closed
1,780As of 09/28/2016

The Special Authority for Certain Unmanned Systems (49 U.S.C. § 44807) grants the Secretary of Transportation the authority to use a risk-based approach to determine whether an airworthiness certificate is required for a drone to operate safely in the NAS. Under this authority, the Secretary may grant exemptions to the applicable operating rules, aircraft requirements, and pilot requirements for a specific operation on a case-by-case basis.
The Special Authority for Certain Unmanned Systems (49 U.S.C. § 44807) grants UAS operators safe and legal entry into the NAS, thus discouraging illegal operations and improving safety. It is anticipated that this activity will result in significant economic benefits, and the FAA Administrator has identified this as a high priority project to address demand for civil operation of drones for commercial purposes. Questions about the Special Authority for Certain Unmanned Systems should be directed to

Page last modified: December 14, 2018 1:28:03 PM EST

Section 333

Mass UFO sightings reported over Cincinnati as mystery lights filmed vanishing from sight

SOCIAL media has been flooded with reports of UFOs appearing over Cincinnati, as baffling footage appears to show lights vanishing and reappearing.

[Image: NC-796262.jpg?r=5d4848ef3d45d]
BIZARRE: The bizarre sightings were captured over multiple states in the US (Pic: YOUTUBE / MRMBB333 / THIRDPHASEOFMOON / ALBERT513TV )
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
Earth vs <^> <^> <^>
TTSA has a new partner / investor

I ran about the net quickly to see the who what where and why.
It is somewhat shrouded in mystery.

TRUCLEAR is owned by mystery man Pimp Joe del Signore Whip
has offices in:
Olympia Washington 2018
Irvine Cal 2019

filed into business in Irvine in 2019
"Installation of digital display"

Other tidbits here:

Quote:Our proprietary range of Nano-Optical coatings 
creates a new marketing reality 
by making any surface an HD storytelling opportunity, 
with zero impact on the environment. 

These films offer unlimited format flexibility 
by incorporating amplifying and filtering approaches to fight ambient light. 
We also enable touch capabilities for guided interactions.

A former scientist of theirs was doing this at Truclear:
Key focus: Plasmonic structures for the control and enhancement 
of local and remote electric and magnetic fields at optical wavelengths. 

On Truclear and Joe del Signore:
see network visualizer <---

Gordian medical, Irvine cal
American medical technologies, Irvine cal 
and  Truclear Global etc

from TTSA

Quote:To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA) has signed a Cooperative Marketing Agreement 
with TruClear Global (TCG) 
to cooperate on joint development projects Tp
as well as to provide advanced technology solutions to United States Government clientele.

The agreement marks the expansion of TTSA’s product portfolio 
that leverages the team’s expertise in advanced technologies and strategic networks 
in order to provide business development solutions for unique technology applications. 

The TTSA team will use their understanding of the needs of large contractors:
such as the United States Government  Rofl
and create pathways $$$
to secure contracts based on highly specialized customer requirements.

TruClear Global has developed an industry-leading proprietary technology platform 
for providing next-generation vertically integrated materials, 
hardware, software, 
data collection, 
and data analytics solutions 
for interactive imaging technology and immersive experience environments.

As a Public Benefit Corporation, 
part of To The Stars Academy’s mission is to support strategic partnerships, 
ventures, and technology that can benefit the future of society.

TTSA has identified and defined an advantageous opportunity 
that utilizes TruClear’s proprietary nanoscale material based optical and imaging systems, 
as well as their technology platform, for potential life-saving applications.

"The TTSA/TCG relationship represents our joint efforts 
to continue to satisfy nuanced government and civilian markets 
through unique and groundbreaking technology,” 
says Luis Elizondo, 
Director of Special Programs at TTSA. 

“TruClear's proven track record as an industry leader in photon projection technology 
and adaptive optical sensor technology 
enables TTSA to further enhance its technology suite."

"TruClear Global is pleased to combine capabilities with TTSA, 

in order to explore mutually beneficial research   Horsepoop
development opportunities  Assimilated
also benefit the U.S. Government," 
says Jonathan Ehly, 
SVP Global Business Development at TCG. 

"The Cooperative Marketing Agreement is the first step in a strategic partnership, 
between the two companies, 
which will leverage TruClear technologies,
and TTSA’s extensive expertise in USG contracting as well as relationships with USG agencies. 

Alien2 Whip

The combined technical expertise of the TTSA/TCG partnership,
creates a unique blend of technology solutions, 
which have direct applications for current and future USG requirements."

$ $ $ 

Basically a recent remodel of an older concept.
Much more at the link.
Astronomer probes idea of ET ‘lurkers’

Quote:A recently discovered group of nearby co-orbital objects,
is an attractive location for extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI) to locate a probe to observe Earth, 
while not being easily seen. 
These near-Earth objects provide an ideal way to watch our world from a secure natural object. 

That provides resources an ETI might need: 
materials, a firm anchor, concealment. 
These have been little studied by astronomy and not at all by SETI or planetary radar observations.

Benford calls hypothetical, hidden, unknown and unseen alien probes by the name-- lurkers  Alien2 Whip 
In theory, 
they would be robotic, like our own robot probes sent out to explore our solar system, 
but doubtless much more advanced. 
It’s possible that a lurker could be in our solar system, 
hiding on one of Earth’s co-orbital asteroids, 
for thousands or millions of years, 
just silently Damned  watching.

the older framework of the above were Bracewell probes

Quote:Bracewell probes --
If advanced alien civilizations exist,
they might place AI  Assimilated monitoring devices,
on or near the worlds of other evolving species to track their progress.

Such a robotic sentinel might establish contact with a developing race,
once that race had reached a certain technological threshold,
such as large-scale radio communication or interplanetary flight. Naughty

A probe located nearby,
could bide its time while our civilization developed technology that could find it,
and, once contacted,
could undertake a conversation in real time. Rofl

it could have been routinely reporting back on our biosphere and civilization for long eras.

There is a lot more at the above link.

The problem however with all the above "co-orbitals" and their alien rabbit hole probe nests,
is that the current alien trespassers,
{revealed in all the Pentagon disclosure videotapes},
are clearly not concerned about their probes being tracked and followed by US Navy jets.
The probes are coming from a mother ship likely stationed in near Earth orbit,
that has sufficient cloaking technology,
sush that they do not need to evade detection in "co-orbital objects".

If they want to hide,
you can bet they have cloaking technology for sitting right out in the open.

There is no need to hide ... near, or on a "co-orbital" object Nonono
if you are performing surveillance,
on just this emerging technological civilization.
The atomic bomb in 1945 is the first real signal of high technology to an alien civilization watching.
 US Navy jets got their radar tracking upgrades that now detect the probes much more efficiently,
only in the last seven years.
We still don't have a base on the moon.
I don't think the current alien trespassers are too worried about being detected.

So any other alien probes that were, or are watching and collecting data on Earth,
for hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands of years ...
are likely relics still in near Earth orbit,
or on the moon.   

I don't buy the "co-orbital" hidey holes for alien probes as too plausible.

Which brings us to the question ...
Just what are the aliens with the flying tic tac probes doing here?
They are maintaining some kind of information infrastructure applied to a purpose,
that goes far beyond casual scientific surveillance techniques.
And their primary purpose here may not have as much to do with us,
as we may fancy or fear in our imaginations.
If the aliens won't openly express their presence,
then they are trespassing.

Quote:The probes are coming from a mother ship likely stationed in near Earth orbit,
that has sufficient cloaking technology,
sush that they do not need to evade detection in "co-orbital objects".

Then they can read our sensor responses and know they are sensed
and therefore are conducting their own Disclosure  Boobs
The MOON is the THE STARSHIP. !!! It has main entry at the North Pole and from the Equator of the Moon north on the far-side.

The various ET's living iinside the Moon are now about 2.5 Million ETI's from at least 12 different Civilizations.

From a Amazon Prime Fire-Stick Documentary, some from The Star Academy, costs nothing to watch or record.

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:]
Bob, what is the name of the documentary on Amazon?
Thanks Bob, I will look at them later, I do not have a Firestick, but do have an Amazon Prime account, should amount to the same thing?

Hmm, just tried, got 2 404 Errors, and one site of what looked, and I could only look fleetingly as I am at work, a (soft?) porn site.
Why are you looking at porn at WORK ???? You WANT to be fired, or set-up to be type-chatting with someone under 18 years of age and go to jail for like FOREVER ???

I used the links you provided Bob :D The first one is a 404 Error, the second one starts with a man licking a womans Vagina, and the third one is another 404.
The second link was to a "non-linked" secret set of pages so that bots cannot follow my site to hidden sites where direct link is required.  Plus he wasn't licking Vagina but singing a song, "no video porn", ANYWHERE on my site secret or's just not there.

The two songs are raunchy funny, but NO VIDEO of porn.

I placed that link once before in the 420 thread because there are several videos of cannabis in SCIENCE and the Rick Simpson Oil and Henry Ford making model T.

I would never jeopardize this site here at THMF...way too important.

If I could delete the links in these two entries I would do so IMMEDIATELY and ask Keith to do so.

Bob... Ninja Assimilated

PS: I already deleted my two posts.  I value this site more than my own.
"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:]
must watch Arrow

USS Nimitz UFOs 'were always there' and 'secret spyware upgrade' exposed them
The US Navy Senior Chief Operations Specialist who specialised in radar systems claimed UFOs may have always been present but had only become visible after a "top secret upgrade on spyware"
Katy GillVideo News Reporter

A former US Navy Senior Chief Operations specialist who specialised in radar systems has claimed UFOs may have always been present but only became visible after a "top secret upgrade on spyware".
Kevin Day is a Topgun air intercept controller with more than 20 years experience in strike group air defence including war-time operations.

In November 2004, off the coast of San Diego, US, he was a radar operator on the USS Princeton, part of the USS Nimitz Carrier Strike Group.
On several occasions over a six-day period, military pilots reported seeing Tic Tac-shaped objects that performed remarkable manoeuvres beyond the capability of the US Navy's aircraft.

[Image: 1_ufonimitz.jpg]
The Tic-Tac shaped UFO was captured off the coast of San Diego, US, in November 2004 (Image: NC)

[*]This incident was made famous in a New York Times article on December 2017 in which it was also revealed the Pentagon had a secret UFO investigation program.
But in a recent interview on Tony Sweet's Truth Be Told podcast, Kevin claimed UFOs may have long been in the air, only becoming visible following a recent radar upgrad

[*]UFOs, Aliens And Outer Space

[*]He said: "There had been a top-secret upgrade of our system that had gotten underway.
"They upgraded our cooperative engagement capability and did some tweaking on our spy radar and the way that it all works.
"I think because of these upgrades we were suddenly able to see things that had always been there.


"So if you had been on the older systems you wouldn't have picked them up?" Tony asked.
"That kind of explains why since 2004 this technology, our upgrade, is now fleet-wide and now everyone is seeing them," Kevin responded.
"I think that's the reason why.
"I'm speculating, but it finally answers questions in my mind.

  • [url=]Mystery 'triangular craft' seen above Texas likened to top-secret 'US spy plane'

[*]The host asked: "At this time, did it enter your mind that this could be an extraterrestrial ufo?"
To which Kevin said yes.

He added: "After that intercept, that's exactly what I'm thinking.
"This was non-newtonian, it was non-classical physics we're seeing so it had to be something.
"What other explanations are there?"
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...
Bob, here is a screenshot of the site I got



Quote:USS Nimitz UFOs 'were always there' and 'secret spyware upgrade' exposed them

The US Navy Senior Chief Operations Specialist who specialised in radar systems, 
claimed UFOs may have always been present 
but had only become visible 
after a "top secret upgrade on spyware"

The big problem with everything that exists with the evidence presented earlier by TTSA,
and the concept of:
"UFO's may have always been present"
is that nobody is saying shit about what is happening right now Whip

The jets got the radar upgrades a decade ago, 
then all of a sudden there are flying tic tacs with multiple encounters,
then TTSA gets Pentagon footage years later,
nobody is saying shit about what is happening right now in the same skies where there were seen in 2014,
or elsewhere for that matter.

If these UFO's ... "may have always been present"
then they are still in the skies now,
and US Navy jets are still accounting for them somewhere on the upgraded radar systems.

Did the flying tic tacs just go POOF and disappear in the last few years,
or are they still in action?

Show us the US Navy jet footage of the UFO's from 2019 Whip

This DoD - CIA - TTSA  ... TV game show ... needs an infusion of fresh material.

Everything they have presented in UFO evidence is old and getting worn out.
The sensationalism is fading fast.
They are feeding us bits and pieces, tossing us a bone or two to chew on.

Quote:The jets got the radar upgrades a decade ago, 
then all of a sudden there are flying tic tacs with multiple encounters,
then TTSA gets Pentagon footage years later,
nobody is saying shit about what is happening right now in the same skies where there were seen in 2014,
or elsewhere for that matter.

Phononic Vintage Vimana Voxels
Vianova We need a benchmark that is easy to audibly visualize for tactile comparison that passes the sniff test and tastes finer with more age.

Quote:just as light waves can be described as photons, or a particles of light, phonons are a way to describe sound waves that emerge from the complicated interactions of the fluid molecules, Krichevsky said. No physical particle emerges, but researchers can use the mathematics of particles to describe it.
And it turns out, the researchers showed, these emergent phonons have a tiny mass — meaning that when gravity tugs on them, they move in the opposite direction.
"In a gravitational field phonons slowly accelerate in the opposite direction that you would expect, say, a brick to fall," Krichevsky said.

Alien2  =??? m/s UFO's (Mock Won)  Sheep (Mach One)OUR's~333 m/s =  Cry
[Image: speed-breaks-sound-barrier_74a2dba478c59...1&fit=crop]

Quote:What speed defines Mach 1? and why?
Asked by: Anthony Matarazzo

Mach number is a common 'ratio' unit of speed when one is talking about aircrafts. By definition, [b]Mach number is a ratio of the speed of a body (aircraft) to the speed of sound[/b] in the undisturbed medium through which the body is traveling. It is said that the aircraft is flying at Mach 1 if its speed is equal to the speed of sound in air (which is 332 m/s or 1195 km/hr or 717 miles/hour.) An aircraft flying at Mach 2 is flying at twice the speed of sound in air, etc.

Mach numbers are named after [b]Ernst Mach[/b] (1838-1916), an Austrian philosopher and physicist. The term Mach number came into use in 1929.
Answered by: Anton Skorucak, M.S. Physics, Creator

Researchers Find Source of Strange 'Negative' Gravity
By Rafi Letzter August 10, 2018 Strange News 

[*][Image: TFLMfzgPg9ikeEKgVqv89A-320-80.jpg]Scientists have long thought of soundwaves as massless, and this image of the sound waves surrounding a supersonic jet sure look that way. But new research suggests that isn't quite the case.
[*](Image: © Shutterstock)
The speed of sound in air (which is ~333 m/s)
Sound has negative mass, and all around you it's drifting up, up and away — albeit very slowly.
That's the conclusion of a paper submitted on July 23 to the preprint journal arXiv, and it shatters the conventional understanding that researchers have long had of sound waves: as massless ripples that zip through matter, giving molecules a shove but ultimately balancing any forward or upward motion with an equal and opposite downward motion. That's a straightforward model that will explain the behavior of sound in most circumstances, but it's not quite true, the new paper argues. [The Mysterious Physics of 7 Everyday Things]
A phonon — a particle-like unit of vibration that can describe sound at very small scales — has a very slight negative mass, and that means sound waves travel upward ever so slightly, said Rafael Krichevsky, a graduate student in physics at Columbia University.
Phonons aren't particles of the sort most people typically imagine, like atoms or molecules, said Krichevsky, who published the paper along with Angelo Esposito, a graduate student in physics at Columbia University, and Alberto Nicolis, an associate physics professor at Columbia.

When sound moves through air it vibrates the molecules around it, but that vibration can't be easily described by the movement of the molecules themselves, Krichevsky told Live Science in an email.
[*]Instead, just as light waves can be described as photons, or a particles of light, phonons are a way to describe sound waves that emerge from the complicated interactions of the fluid molecules, Krichevsky said. No physical particle emerges, but researchers can use the mathematics of particles to describe it.
And it turns out, the researchers showed, these emergent phonons have a tiny mass — meaning that when gravity tugs on them, they move in the opposite direction.
"In a gravitational field phonons slowly accelerate in the opposite direction that you would expect, say, a brick to fall," Krichevsky said.

To understand how this might work, imagine a normal fluid in which gravity acts downward. Fluid particles will compress the particles below it, so that it's slightly denser lower down. Physicists already know that sound typically moves faster through denser media than through less-dense media — so the speed of sound above a phonon will be slower than the speed of sound through the slightly denser particles below it. That causes the phonon to "deflect" upward, Krichevsky said.
This process happens with large-scale sound waves, too, Krichevsky said. That includes every bit of sound that comes out of your mouth — albeit only very slightly. Over a long-enough distance, the sound of you saying "hello" would bend upward into the sky.
The effect is too tiny to measure with existing technology, the researchers wrote in the new paper, which has not been peer-reviewed.
But it's not impossible that, down the road, a very precise measurement could be made using super-precise clocks that would detect the slight curvature of a phonon's path. (The New Scientist suggested heavy-metal music would be a fun candidate for such an experiment in their original report on the subject.)
And there are real consequences to this discovery, the researcher wrote. In the dense cores of neutron stars, where sound waves move at nearly the speed of light, an anti-gravitational sound wave should have real effects on the whole star's behavior.
For now, though, this is entirely theoretical — something to ponder as sound falls upward all around us.
[i]Originally published on Live Science.[/i]


APRIL 17, 2017


[*]Physicists create 'negative mass'


[*]by Eric Sorensen, Washington State University

[*][Image: 58f4cb2c665e6.png]Experimental TOF images of the effectively 1D expanding SOC BEC for expansion times of 0, 10, and 14 ms.
Washington State University physicists have created a fluid with negative mass, which is exactly what it sounds like. Push it, and unlike every physical object in the world we know, it doesn't accelerate in the direction it was pushed. It accelerates backwards.

The phenomenon is rarely created in laboratory conditions and can be used to explore some of the more challenging concepts of the cosmos, said Michael Forbes, a WSU assistant professor of physics and astronomy and an affiliate assistant professor at the University of Washington. The research appears today in the journal [i]Physical Review Letters
, where it is featured as an "Editor's Suggestion."
Hypothetically, matter can have negative mass in the same sense that an electric charge can be either negative or positive. People rarely think in these terms, and our everyday world sees only the positive aspects of Isaac Newton's Second Law of Motion, in which a force is equal to the mass of an object times its acceleration, or F=ma.In other words, if you push an object, it will accelerate in the direction you're pushing it. Mass will accelerate in the direction of the force.
"That's what most things that we're used to do," said Forbes, hinting at the bizarreness to come. "With negative mass, if you push something, it accelerates toward you."
[b]Conditions for negative mass[/b]
He and his colleagues created the conditions for negative mass by cooling rubidium atoms to just a hair above absolute zero, creating what is known as a Bose-Einstein condensate. In this state, predicted by Satyendra Nath Bose and Albert Einstein, particles move extremely slowly and, following the principles of quantum mechanics, behave like waves. They also synchronize and move in unison as what is known as a superfluid, which flows without losing energy.
Led by Peter Engels, WSU professor of physics and astronomy, researchers on the sixth floor of Webster Hall created these conditions by using lasers to slow the particles, making them colder, and allowing hot, high energy particles to escape like steam, cooling the material further.
The lasers trapped the atoms as if they were in a bowl measuring less than a hundred microns across. At this point, the rubidium superfluid has regular mass. Breaking the bowl will allow the rubidium to rush out, expanding as the rubidium in the center pushes outward.
To create negative mass, the researchers applied a second set of lasers that kicked the atoms back and forth and changed the way they spin. Now when the rubidium rushes out fast enough, if behaves as if it has negative mass."Once you push, it accelerates backwards," said Forbes, who acted as a theorist analyzing the system. "It looks like the rubidium hits an invisible wall."
[b]Avoiding underlying defects[/b]
The technique used by the WSU researchers avoids some of the underlying defects encountered in previous attempts to understand negative mass.
"What's a first here is the exquisite control we have over the nature of this negative mass, without any other complications" said Forbes. Their research clarifies, in terms of negative mass, similar behavior seen in other systems.This heightened control gives researchers a new tool to engineer experiments to study analogous physics in astrophysics, like neutron stars, and cosmological phenomena like black holes and dark energy, where experiments are impossible."It provides another environment to study a fundamental phenomenon that is very peculiar," Forbes said.



Explore further
Destabilized solitons perform a disappearing act


[b]More information:[/b] M. A. Khamehchi et al, Negative-Mass Hydrodynamics in a Spin-Orbit–coupled Bose-Einstein Condensate, [i]Physical Review Letters (2017). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.118.155301
[b]Journal information:[/b] Physical Review Letters [/url]

Provided by [url=]Washington State University


Sounds Heavy Metal 
Along the vines of the Vineyard.
With a forked tongue the snake singsss...

Well worth reading through,
to offer an idea of how all the former DoD and CIA Top Hats involved in this odd corporate venture,
promoting financial interests from the UFO scam,
are working news releases,
in collaboration with DeLonges Clown Show at TTSA.

I call it a scam,
because the UFO knowledge is old hat material to the corporate DoD people involved.
It is a scam,
because all of this is being pushed forth to make money on the UFO phenomena.
DoD cashes in on ET.

TTSA Announces CRADA with U.S. Army CCDC
Thursday October 17th, 2019

To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA)
announced today a Cooperative Corporate Research and Development Agreement  Tp (CRADA)
with the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command. 
to advance TTSA’s 
materiel and technology innovations Rofl  
in order to develop enhanced capabilities for Army ground vehicles.

TTSA’s technology solutions,
which leverage developments in material science,
space-time metric engineering,
quantum physics,
beamed energy propulsion,
and active camouflage,
have the potential to enhance survivability and effectiveness of multiple Army systems.

TTSA will share its discoveries with Ground Vehicle System Center (GVSC)
and Ground Vehicle Survivability and Protection (GVSP)
and the U.S. Army Whip
shall provide laboratories,
expertise, support,
and resources to help characterize the technologies and its applications.

“Our partnership with TTSA serves as an exciting,
non-traditional source for novel materials and transformational technologies
to enhance our military ground system capabilities,”
said Dr. Joseph Cannon
of U.S. Army Futures Command. Hmm2
“At the Army's Ground Vehicle Systems Center,
we look forward to this partnership and the potential technical innovations forthcoming.”

Steve Justice, TTSA’s COO and Aerospace Division Director added that,
“This cooperative research agreement brings additional,
critically important expertise that is necessary
to advance the state-of-the-art in both our near and long-term technology areas of study.
While the Army has specific military performance interests in the research,
much of the work is expected to have dual-use application Naughty
in support of TTSA’s path Tp
to commercialization and public benefit mission.”

To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science Appoints Joe Schurman to its Advisory Board
Friday November 22nd, 2019

To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA) today announced
the appointment of Joe Schurman Pimp
to its advisory board.

With 25 years of experience,
Schurman will provide thought leadership, 
in Cloud-Native Product Engineering Services, 
to focus the company’s strategy and execution of artificial intelligence ,
for its digital product initiatives,
including S.C.O.U.T. and The V.A.U.L.T.

The V.A.U.L.T, an acronym for Virtual Analytic UAP Learning Tool,
is one of TTSA’s cornerstone programs
that will function as the world’s most comprehensive intelligence tool for collecting,
analyzing, reporting and establishing data authenticity
for unidentified aerial phenomena (UAP) and other subject matter.

The V.A.U.L.T.’s mission is to discover signatures and patterns, 
that could shed insight on anomalous advanced technology and capabilities worldwide.

Schurman’s extensive expertise will significantly advance The V.A.U.L.T.’s development and deployment by driving the adoption of new and innovative cloud-based capabilities to leverage the power of AI’s increased computing performance for data analysis. The ability to process and analyze vast volumes of wide-ranging datasets through machine learning, cognitive services, and intelligent analytics are closely tied to TTSA’s overarching scientific and business goals.

"I am honored to join the To The Stars Academy team as an independent advisor," said Schurman. "The organization’s unique and differentiated approach in combination with its innovations in cloud, data and analytics, and AI capabilities through the V.A.U.L.T., represents an incredible opportunity. Our shared objective includes the removal of the noise and stigma typically associated with the topic of UAPs by establishing a truly authentic and reliable data and analytics platform, including the ability to detect fake media. Based on these capabilities, we will be able to discover the meaning and motive by finding correlations and relationships to past and corresponding events with the use of predictive analytics. This project and its outcomes will be game-changing, producing findings applicable for research and development across multiple industries."

Prior to joining the TTSA advisory board, Schurman’s advisory efforts have been directed towards industry-leading, global, and public sector organizations through PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), Slalom, Microsoft Research, Accenture, IBM and Hewlett Packard. He served nearly a decade at Microsoft within the company’s Research Communications Incubation Center, creating enterprise communications software and services. He spent the past several years focusing on agile software engineering, cloud-native product and platform engineering services including AI (machine learning, cognitive services, deep learning, and RPA), microservices, data and analytics, dataops, and devsecops services across multiple cloud vendor platforms from Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and Open Source solutions.

"Joe’s extraordinary depth of knowledge and expertise,
will make it possible for TTSA to provide the world’s most comprehensive, 
reliable and authoritative repository of UAP information," 
said TTSA National Policy Advisor Chris Mellon.
"This is accomplished in part, 
by using AI to identify and filter manipulated data,
similar to how AI can be trained to recognize cancer cells.

This vital capability will run in real time,
helping to eliminate false positives when TTSA's S.C.O.U.T. app, 
notifies users of UAP sightings found in close proximity to their location.
Those users in turn will be able to collect data from different angles and locations,
helping to clarify the size,
location and appearance of unidentified objects.
These are unique capabilities TTSA simply wouldn’t be able to provide,
without Joe’s knowledge, leadership and dedication."

In his current role as a Partner at PwC, a multinational professional services network and one of the "Big Four" auditors ranked as the second largest professional services firm in the world, Schurman leads cloud product engineering services within the Health Industry Advisory organization, providing technology thought leadership, strategy and product engineering to leading healthcare providers, pharmaceutical and life sciences and insurance providers. He has helped these organizations leverage the power of technology to solve complex business outcomes including genomics, rare disease research, population health, patient experience and consumerism, and connected health initiatives.

Within the U.S. Public Sector, 

Schurman has also provided software engineering services for several agencies including NASA, 
the White Sands Missile Testing Facility (WSTF) and Johnson Space Center (JSC).

Navy Says Releasing UFO Videos Would ‘Gravely Damage’ National Security

Not long before we published our story, UFO researcher Christian Lambright sent a Freedom of Information (FOIA) request to the Navy’s Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) for records surrounding the Nimitz encounter at the center of the videos. From Lambright’s request:

This request is to include all releasable portions of records and reports related to investigation of the detection of and encounter(s) with Anomalous Aerial Vehicles (AAVs) by personnel involved with the Nimitz Carrier Strike Group (CSG) operations off the western coast of the United States during the period of approximately 10-16 November, 2004. The designation ‘AAVs’ is used here because it appeared in a summary of these events, so there may also be other terms used in the material I am requesting.
Information supportive of my request comes from a former pilot and now writer who has publicly stated he was allowed to see an exhaustive classified ONI report on these events prior to an article he published in 2015. Other supportive information comes from a contractor/analyst who has stated that an investigation had been conducted by a “GS-15” with the Office of Naval Intelligence.
Two months after submitting the request, Lambright heard back from Camille V’Estres, the ONI’s FOIA/PA Coordinator.

“Our review of our records and systems reveal that ONI has no releasable records related to your request,” V’Estres told Lambright on behalf of the Navy. “We have discovered certain briefing slides that are classified TOP SECRET. A review of these materials indicates that are currently and appropriate Marked and Classified TOP SECRET under Executive Order 13526, and the Original Classification Authority has determined that the release of these materials would cause exceptionally grave damage to the National Security of the United States.”

The letter continues:

Specifically, under Section 1.4, the materials would trigger protections under subcategory c), the Intelligence Activities of the United States, as well as the Sources and Methods that are being used to gather information in support of the National Security of the United States. In addition, the materials would trigger protections under subcategory e), Scientific and Technological Matters related to the National Security of the United States. For this reason, the materials are exempt from release under the (b) (1) Exemption for Classified Matters of National Defense. As a result these records may not be released and are being withheld.


The event in 2006 at Ohare airport in Chcago --- go to about 2:30 minutes into the video


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