NASA reviewed amid tales of UFOs, secret space fleet

By Steve Hammons

triangle_ufoAlthough NASA has long been the public face of the U.S. space program, some researchers have suggested that a more advanced space program may be going on behind the scenes. Some even claim that we may have a secret space fleet that uses knowledge and technologies gained from UFOs.

If we do have such parallel and covert programs, it would make sense to keep major aspects of it secret and away from the prying eyes of our adversaries and rivals.

If there are highly-advanced spacecraft and technologies available to the U.S. that need to remain in a protected or covert status, then that is probably understandable to many Americans.

In fact, according to some accounts, NASA could be a type of cover organization that hides the true nature and advanced state of our progress when it comes to space travel and aerospace technologies.

This is the same argument is used by some to claim that the project called Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI) and its Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CETI) activity are simply covers for the well-established knowledge that extraterrestrial and/or extra-dimensional intelligent beings are visiting Earth – and we may even be in contact with some of them.

If there is any truth to these rumors and tales, maybe it is time to review these very expensive cover operations to determine if they continue to be necessary.

Some people might feel it is also time to transition some of these alleged advanced UFO-related technologies, in a secure manner, through the pipelines from strictly covert activities and into more mainstream aerospace and other engineering endeavors.

Maybe other advanced knowledge behind the scenes could be useful in medicine, psychology, physics, energy, natural resources conservation, climate change, humanitarian activities, peace operations and other fields.

Perhaps advanced knowledge and technologies could be made available in ways that would not compromise national security, but would actually enhance it, and resulting in significant benefits for Americans and the human race.



~ by The Paranoid Gamer on May 10, 2009.

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