News about advanced space propulsion, the secret side of NASA, and an interplanetary UFO
It has been revealed that the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) has put together a document that discusses warp drives and other highly advanced theories such as wormholes and alternate dimensions. This paper was part of a scientific study of UFOs. It discusses two “loopholes” found in Einstein’s theory of relativity that would permit interstellar travel at faster-than-light speeds using warp drives and wormholes. The warp drive is the main focus of the DIA paper and is based on the proposed “Alcubierre drive,” a speculative idea based on a solution of Einstein’s field equations in general relativity from Mexican theoretical physicist Miguel Alcubierre.
Another advanced space propulsion concept under investigation is the EmDrive. The law of conservation of momentum says that a rocket (or anything else) can’t accelerate forward without some form of exhaust ejected backward. But in 1998, a British engineer named Roger Shawyer announced the seemingly impossible – he had built a closed system that could generate thrust. Twenty years later and many scientists still call the EmDrive impossible, but that hasn’t stopped DARPA, the Defense Department agency that funds potential technological breakthroughs of all kinds, from putting serious money behind it.
Insiders have confirmed that NASA has a manned secret space program in addition to its widely known civilian program which uses an astronaut corps drawn from USAF personnel. In addition, insiders have revealed that there are secret space stations approximately 10 times larger than the International Space Station which are serviced by TR-3B antigravity spacecraft flying out of MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida and other classified locations.
Researchers at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics believe that an odd cigar-shaped object discovered in our solar system last year could be an alien craft intentionally sent close to earth. It was given the name “Oumuamua” as that represents a messenger from afar arriving first, or scouting, in Hawaiian. Some researchers believe the object is the first interstellar visitor to our solar system. Although it has been called a comet or an asteroid on many occasions, it’s movement and speed do not resemble that of either according to researchers.