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If the Pentagon Is Hiding Aliens from Us, the Zoo Hypothesis May Explain Why

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If the Pentagon Is Hiding Aliens from Us, the Zoo Hypothesis May Explain Why

Recent revelations that the Pentagon had an actual alien-hunting division have rocked conspiracy theorists everywhere, adding fuel to the long-held beliefs of many that the government is hiding the truth from us. Luis Elizondo, the military intel official who headed the now-defunct “Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program,” which ran from 2009 until 2012, was so convinced by what he saw that he continued his search for E.T. until this day. He now has a UFO-research startup and alerted CNN that there’s “compelling evidence” we are not alone. While Elizondo’s evidence may be based on being privy to a number of...

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The UFO Partisan: The Science Behind The Pentagon UFO Study

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The UFO Partisan: The Science Behind The Pentagon UFO Study

Dr. Garry Nolan is a Professor of Microbiology & Immunology at Stanford University as well as being a member of the advisory board for the To The Stars Academy, a private sector follow up to the 2007-2012 Pentagon UFO study involving many of the same people including Luis Elizondo, who headed up the Pentagon study and acts as Director of Global Security & Special Programs for TTS. Over the last several days, Dr. Nolan has been nice enough to answer several questions regarding what we might look for going forward regarding the scientific research taking place as part of that...

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Seth Shostak’s comments on The Pentagon Run Program to Find UFOs

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Seth Shostak’s comments on The Pentagon Run Program to Find UFOs

Seth writes in Fururism article: The good news is that the New York Times story vindicates the claim that a conspiracy of silence has shrouded the Defense Department when it comes to this phenomenon. Indeed, it seems there really was some activity to look into — the possibility that visitors from light-years away have been sailing our skies. I get the impression that the principal motivation was not to verify (or not) extraterrestrial activity, but to check on the possibility of Russian or Chinese aviation developments. The bad news for saucer sympathizers is that the investigation doesn’t seem to have...

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Nuke test: Pentagon hopes missile is the message

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Nuke test: Pentagon hopes missile is the message

VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, California — Like a giant pen stroke in the sky, an unarmed Minuteman 3 nuclear missile roared out of its underground bunker on the California coastline Thursday and soared over the Pacific, inscribing the signature of American power amid growing worry about North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons capable of reaching US soil. When it comes to deterring an attack by North Korea or other potential adversaries, the missile is the message. At 11:01 p.m. PST on Thursday, the Minuteman missile, toting a payload of test instruments rather than a nuclear warhead, leaped into the darkness...

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4-Part Series: Pentagon Funds New Data-Mining Tools To Track and Kill Activists

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4-Part Series: Pentagon Funds New Data-Mining Tools To Track and Kill Activists

This is a four part series of a week-long investigative on U.S. Defense-funded programs to spy on and target for potential assassination "radical" activists and Muslims worldwide. Here are the article links: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV. Exceprt from Part I: The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) is funding a multimillion dollar university research program to develop new data mining and analysis tools for the U.S. military intelligence community to track political radicalism among British Muslims and other activist groups around the world. Leading intelligence experts including former National Security Agency (NSA) official Thomas Drake – the...

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