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From the New York Times, printed Thursday, May 21, 1959. I have transcribed the article which discusses “radar absorbing paint” which is the key to past “Stealth” technology used by our military to hide airborne aircraft from radar systems, or you could say make them “invisible to radar”. As you can read, the scientist says the government has classified the invention secret since 1941. Scientist Granted Trial in Fight Over...
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UFO Expert Touts Video From Mexico’s Military (Valley Morning Star (San Benito) August 1, 2004 by Laurence Iliff of The Dallas Morning News) MEXICO CITY, Mexico — Jaime Maussan has spent the past decade collecting possible evidence of alien visits to Earth and maintains he has had personal contact with other “entities”. He presents UFO photos, videos and testimony on two Internet sites, at conferences in Mexico and the United...
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Sandia Park Company Owner Tells Story Behind Illegal Fireworks Case (Alamagordo Daily News 07/25/2007) (By The Associated Press) ALBUQUERQUE — When Bob Lazar decided his scientific supply company should offer fuses, tubes and other “things of a fireworks nature,” he checked first with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, the FBI, the fire department and building and zoning. They said everything was fine, so Sandia Park-based United Nuclear...
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Polonium for sale online for $69 N.M.-based group offers small amounts of isotope that killed ex-spy (12/02/2006 The New Mexican) (By Mark Evans, The Associated Press) Albuquerque — No luck shopping for that hard-to-buy-for science hobbyist in the family? The rare isotope suspected to have felled former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko is surprisingly easy to buy — in fact, for $69, it’s a mouse click away. The polonium-210 you can...
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‘Lighted Disc’ Outmaneuvers Pilot In Half-Hour, 400 Mph Dogfight FARGO, N.D., Oct. 3–(AP) AP — A National Guard fighter pilot Saturday told a story of a 30-minute encounter with a mysterious flying object over this city in the darkness–and his account was supported by two control tower operators and another flier. In a signed statement for air force intelligence, the pilot, Lt. George Gorman of the 178th fighter squadron, North...
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