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FTR #156 That’s Right! Still More Fun with Science

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Updat­ing sev­er­al top­ics in the fields of sci­ence and med­i­cine, this pro­gram begins with a ter­ri­fy­ing arti­cle about AIDS. The arti­cle indi­cates that the dis­ease is so wide­spread in third world coun­tries that it threat­ens to under­mine the mil­i­tary struc­tures in some of these coun­tries. (The inci­dence of AIDS infec­tion in some of these coun­tries is high­er in the mil­i­tary than in the civil­ian pop­u­la­tions.) In light of the con­sid­er­able evi­dence that AIDS is a man-made dis­ease (specif­i­cal­ly, the appli­ca­tion of genet­ic engi­neer­ing to bio­log­i­cal war­fare), the grow­ing world-wide dev­as­ta­tion pro­duced by the epi­dem­ic bears grim wit­ness to the fact that geno­cide in the mod­ern world is an ongo­ing real­i­ty.

Next, the pro­gram details some of the specifics of prodi­gal genius Nico­la Tes­la’s patents. Ref­er­enced in some of the patents for project HAARP, the patents indi­cate that, in the first half of this cen­tu­ry, Tes­la was devel­op­ing tech­nolo­gies that would appear utter­ly astound­ing to a con­tem­po­rary observ­er. One of the rel­e­vant cita­tions was described as a device pro­duc­ing “a par­al­lel of Thor’s shoot­ing thun­der­bolts from the sky. . .the inven­tion will go through space with a speed of 300 miles a sec­ond, a man­less ship with­out pro­pelling engine or wings, sent by elec­tric­i­ty to any desired point on the globe.... With a trans­mit­ter of this kind we are enabled to project elec­tri­cal ener­gy in any amount to any dis­tance & apply it for innu­mer­able pur­pos­es.” (This was from the descrip­tion of a patent grant­ed to Tes­la in 1915.)

 In 1940, The New York Times described anoth­er Tes­la inven­tion as fol­lows: “. . .this ‘tele­force,’ with which, he said, air­plane motors would be melt­ed at a dis­tance of 250 miles, so that an invis­i­ble Chi­nese Wall of Defense would be built around the country....The beam, he states, involves four new inven­tions, two of which already have been test­ed. One of these is a method & appa­ra­tus for pro­duc­ing rays ‘and oth­er man­i­fes­ta­tions of ener­gy’ in free air, elim­i­nat­ing the neces­si­ty for a high vac­u­um; a sec­ond is a method & process for pro­duc­ing ‘very great elec­tri­cal force:’ the third is a new method for pro­duc­ing ‘a tremen­dous elec­tri­cal repelling force.’ This would be the pro­jec­tor, or gun, of the sys­tem. The volt­age for pro­pelling the beam to its objec­tive, accord­ing to the inven­tor, will attain a poten­tial of 50,000,000 volts. With this enor­mous volt­age, he said, micro­scop­ic elec­tri­cal par­ti­cles of mat­ter will be cat­a­pult­ed on their mis­sion of defen­sive destruc­tion. He has been work­ing on this inven­tion, he added for many years & has recent­ly made a num­ber of improve­ments in it.”

 When one con­sid­ers that Tes­la died in 1943 and that more than half his papers remain clas­si­fied, these patents indi­cate that HAARP may well live up to the worst fears of its crit­ics. Beyond that, the rev­o­lu­tion­ary nature of Tes­la’s inven­tions sug­gests that observers and ana­lysts of mil­i­tary and polit­i­cal affairs should not dis­count the exis­tence of “death ray” weapons or oth­er tech­nolo­gies that might seem more appro­pri­ate to sci­ence fic­tion.

 The pro­gram con­cludes with a look at a new method of genet­ic engi­neer­ing which enabled its inven­tors to pro­duce mice that glow green. The green glow was pro­duced by a gene from a jel­ly­fish that was suc­cess­ful­ly intro­duced into the mice. In dis­cus­sion of the arti­cle, Mr. Emory rumi­nates about the pos­si­bil­i­ty that inven­tions of this kind might be uti­lized to genet­i­cal­ly engi­neer “aliens from out­er space” as part of a psy­cho­log­i­cal war­fare gam­bit. (This analy­sis sup­ple­ments a point intro­duced in a 1992 lec­ture enti­tled “The Polit­i­cal Impli­ca­tions of the UF0 Phe­nom­e­non and The E.T. Myth.”

 This point is par­tic­u­lar­ly impor­tant to con­sid­er, in light of com­pelling infor­ma­tion that so-called fly­ing saucers are real and that they come from earth. They do not come from out­er space and there is no indi­ca­tion that we have ever been vis­it­ed by aliens. Indeed, there is every indi­ca­tion that the myth of “extrater­res­tri­als” has been delib­er­ate­ly cre­at­ed by fas­cist ele­ments with­in our own nation­al secu­ri­ty estab­lish­ment. (Record­ed on 5/23/99.)