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(INTELLIHUB) — In many articles I have claimed that the U.S. Government is decades in advance of what the general public is aware of technologically speaking. So one of the questions which might arise is, how could advanced technology effect space travel? Is it possible that massive rocket boosters are no longer necessary and that there are other means to make long journeys? The answer is most likely yes.

Now which groups research these technologies? The Department of Defense and DARPA are often involved, but on the civilian side of things, Lockheed-Martin is one of the industry’s leaders in technological development, in areas which the public is totally unaware of. These classified projects are often the domain of Lockheed’s Skunk Works.

Programs researched by people working within Skunk Works are highly secretive and innovative. Lockheed provides a brief summary on Skunk Works which can be found here.

In respect to space travel, one of the most interesting comments about our capability was made by techie-aerospace engineer, and past director of Lockheed’s Skunk Works, Ben Rich, at a meeting of UCLA alumni, where he was a guest speaker.

As per an article, “according to a UCLA engineering alumnus, in 1993 … [Ben Rich said] the key to the technology that will allow us to travel to the stars, without taking a lifetime to get there, lies in ESP.”

The mythos of this technology began when Ben RIch stated to fellow academics, during the gathering that “We now have the technology to take E.T. home.” After fielding more questions and brushing them off, another alumnus stated that it would take us a life-time time (or many life-times) to reach another star or solar system.

In turn Ben Rich “responded that it would not. He told the group, ‘We found an error in the equations and we now know how to travel to the stars, and it won’t take us a lifetime to do it.’”

It is believed that while “Rich did not say what equations he was referring to, [it is assumed] … they are what are known as Maxwell’s equations.” Very briefly, Maxwell’s equations, combined with Lorentz force law, provide for some of our understanding of electrodynamics, classical optics, and electromagnetic fields.

But what was Rich referring to? After fielding additional questions, it appeared that he was maintaining that the speed of thought exceeds that of light and allows for inter-planetary or inter-stellar travel.

As the meeting drew to a close and Rich headed towards the door, one of the attendees said “I have a real interest in the propulsion you are talking about that gets us to the stars. Can you tell me how it works?”

Just before he walked out the door and left the conference, “Rich stopped and … asked [the questioner] if he knew how ESP worked … [The person who posed the question] says he was taken aback … [by Rich’s reply] and responded, ‘I don’t know, all points in space and time are connected?’ Rich replied, ‘That’s how it [the ‘propulsion’] works.’”

This subject is extremely complex and most individuals would need to spend years doing research to even begin to understand the theories and sciences which provide for the basis of that conversation, way back in 1993.

But if you are interested and want to do a little bit of research on your own, there is a really neat paper you might be interested in. Check out the Teleportation Physics Study, put together by the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), which can be found here. If you want to cut to the quick, start reading at page 55.

A few people have commented that I often fail to provide substantiation that the government is far ahead of us regarding technological developments. Well the FAS study should provide at least some insight as to why I harbor these beliefs.

The author of this article, who prefers to use the nom de plume “XKeyscore” in order to maintain his anonymity, is a Doctoral Candidate and multiglot with two Master’s Degrees and a Baccalaureate specializing in Middle Eastern Studies. He holds one Master’s Degree specializing in Intelligence and Counter-intelligence operations, and a second Master’s Degree in Security Studies. XKeyscore has studied under a United States intelligence agency analyst and now-retired, high ranking, American military officers. XKeyscore writes exclusively for Intellihub News & Politics. Read more articles by this author here.

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