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'To the Stars' confirms it has 'UFO material'

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Sir Wearer of Hats

And I fully expect within the week to be told that “Top Men” will be analysing the footage and not much beyond that that those sane “Top Men” have absconded with the material.

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Dumbledore the Awesome

Who the bally heck is To Infinity And Beyond? 

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Timothy

Quote of the century: ‘the last thing we want to do is jump to any conclusions’.

Too late!

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Grey Area
1 hour ago, Sir Wearer of Hats said:

to be told that “Top Men” will be analysing the footage

Who?

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Orphalesion
1 hour ago, Grey Area said:

Who?

Top Men.

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Robotic Jew
9 minutes ago, Orphalesion said:

Top Men.

No power bottoms??

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Earl.Of.Trumps

First off, their bragging of having metamaterials is not news. 

If it is somehow proven to be materials that are - let's say "exotic", it proves nothing as to their source. TTSA plays a cozy shell game. 

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Earl.Of.Trumps
1 hour ago, Piney said:

Yeah, this article has been posted several times here. It looks like melted magnesium or aluminum and it's probably a chunk of VW engine after it burned up or beer can slag from the bottom of a bonfire. 

I can't say that it looks like an integral component of an antigravity engine, that's for damn sure LOL

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Stiff
1 hour ago, Piney said:

it's probably a chunk of VW engine after it burned up

Hey! German cars don't do that. It's more likely to be French. tongue.gif

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Piney
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34 minutes ago, Stiff said:

Hey! German cars don't do that. It's more likely to be French. tongue.gif

Probably a Opel-Vauxhall.

When I was a teen I kept a Capri RS and a Opel GT at my uncle's. 

The Capri RS was because the Opel was always breaking down.

 

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Seti42

I'm kind of tired of reading about metal accretion from industrial grinding being passed off as 'UFO debris'.

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Tatetopa
7 hours ago, Dumbledore the Awesome said:

Who the bally heck is To Infinity And Beyond? 

Physically grown up Buzz Lightyear fans.

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Golden Duck

This all in their semi-annual report to USSEC

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In August 2018, the company entered into two statements of work with EarthTech International, Inc. (“ETI”) to prepare plans, perform scientific analysis and advise the company on materials analysis (“SOW-MSSA”) and beamed energy propulsion launch systems (“SOW-BELS”). ETI’s founder and president is company Director Harold E. Puthoff. The value of the SOW-MSSA is $35,000 and the value of the SOW-BELS is $25,000.

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In August 2018, the company announced its flagship research program: the A.D.A.M. Research Project. The A.D.A.M. Research Project, an acronym for Acquisition & Data Analysis of Materials, is an academic research program focused on exotic materials for use in technology innovation. The company engaged ETI to prepare a plan and advise on the collection and scientific evaluation of materials samples the company obtained through reliable reports of advanced aerospace vehicles of unknown origin (the SOW-MSSA).

 

ETI is a pioneering research organization in Austin, Texas, at the forefront of next generation science and technology. ETI’s founder and president is company Director Harold E. Puthoff. On August 16, 2018, the company entered into SOW-MSSA with ETI for the analysis and experiments for the Materials Analysis – Set A. Under the SOW-MSSA, ETI will be responsible for planning, execution analysis, and experimentation to establish the properties of specific materials.

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https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1710274/000114420418050766/tv503167_1sa.htm

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stereologist

AATIP money receiver was Bigelow who has claimed to have UFO metal in a warehouse in Nevada.

Going out on a limb here but the source is likely to be whatever Bigelow has.

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the13bats

the vw club would toss a junk tansaxle case on the bonfire, with its magnesium in the mix in about 10 to 15 mins the fireworks start,

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ChrLzs

The last time they did this (and it's clearly a repeating pattern designed to attract investors in their ridiculous scam) we ended up getting nothing but some FLIR footage that showed... wait for it ...

absolutely nothing that was of interest..  The 'UFO's did nothing unexplainable by normal mundane aircraft, flying debris, whatever.  To The Stars is full of it, and the 'IT' it is full of, starts with SH...

Frankly, I think UM should NOT be helping them spam their bulldung.

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Timothy

@ChrLzs it is only good being here because people who stumble across this thread will hopefully be more inclined to look into TTSA and their dodgy ways rather than take them at face value. 

We called it from the start but there are always others who need help seeing the BS. 

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Sir Wearer of Hats
11 hours ago, Grey Area said:

Who?

Top.

Men.

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stereologist

https://joemiller.us/2017/12/mysterious-ufo-metal-stored-las-vegas-warehouse-another-deep-state-scam/

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New York Times: “Under Mr. Bigelow’s direction, the company modified buildings in Las Vegas for the storage of metal alloys and other materials that Mr. Elizondo [who headed up the secret Pentagon UFO program] and program contractors said had been recovered from unidentified aerial phenomena…”

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We aren’t told whether the UFO materials were analyzed under Bigelow’s direction (no one has been able to discover what these metals are, what they’re made of), but if most or all of the $22 million Pentagon program went to him, it’s possible this real estate tycoon was permitted to supervise, or sub-contract, the analysis of the UFO metals.

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Question: Should we really believe metals from UFOs have been recovered, analyzed, and stored at Bigelow’s warehouse—rather than at a super-secret military lab in a bunker?

The last part, the question should have everyone wondering if this so-called alien metal is going to be revealed by the president or Congress to the world or is it going to be these clowns over at the TTSA.

 

Think about it. Is this amazing reveal going to come from official sources or the TTSA that is unable to pay lavish amounts of cash on its executives? 

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Piney
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6 hours ago, the13bats said:

the vw club would toss a junk tansaxle case on the bonfire, with its magnesium in the mix in about 10 to 15 mins the fireworks start,

Bug fires were crazy. It was the reason they put 500 gallon foam tanks on our Deuces. You couldn't put out the blocks or the rims with water. 

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the13bats
11 minutes ago, Piney said:

Bug fires were crazy. It was the reason they put 500 gallon foam tanks on our Deuces. You couldn't put out blocks or the rims with water. 

i had a 64 transaxle i wanted to go 12v so i went grinding away at it for a 12v flywheel..forgetting the little pieces ignite so much easier, lol, it worked out that time.

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ChrLzs
3 hours ago, stereologist said:

We aren’t told whether the UFO materials were analyzed under Bigelow’s direction (no one has been able to discover what these metals are, what they’re made of), but if most or all of the $22 million Pentagon program went to him, it’s possible this real estate tycoon was permitted to supervise, or sub-contract, the analysis of the UFO metals.

Naturally, the excuse will be that Bigelow wants to keep these never heard of metals/alloys/elements to his greedy self, or the samples were taken by the Military, etc etc.  There's always an excuse to cover the scamming.  Getting a metallurgical analysis is dead easy - there are many labs scattered around the USA that could do it quite cheaply and quickly.  And then when/if we ever do get to see that analysis... it will show a simple and non-other-worldly origin,  just like the very few such real, revealed analyses of claimed UFO materials have done in the past.

Just out of interest, most smelters will happily create an ingot or two of any 'unheard-of' alloy you might wish to 'design'.  Those alloys are unheard of simply because their characteristics are worse than the commonly used alloys. They are not unheard of because they come from Pleiadian invader space ships...

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