Grunts

U. S. Military Sector Visits

March 2, 2017

There have been thousands of U. S. military sector visits to www.aias.us and www.upitec.org up to the highest military ranks. In February 2017 there were consultations of www.aias.us by the office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon and by the office of the Headquarters of the U. S. Corps of Engineers. There have also been thousands of consultations from U. S. Government Departments and Congress. I am not a fan of war, no sane person is a fan of war, but it is necessary to have an overwhelming defence in the form of deterrence. The defence of Europe relies overwhelmingly on the U. S. Intense and permanent diplomatic activity is always needed to stop another hair trigger Cuban missile crisis from ever developing, with many fail safe controls. Counter terrorism is another form of defence.”

Do those supposed visits include ones from DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)? You know, the idiots who tried to build a hafnium bomb on the basis of the theories and results of an isolated crackpot. Physicists would certainly welcome a new Star Wars type of project. We all knew that it would not work (X-ray laser, LOL), but the extra money came in handy and some of the spin-offs were useful. Unaccountable government agencies, such as DARPA and the CIA (e.g. psychic spies), can get away with a lot of nonsense. The UK no longer has that problem. Much of the former Defence Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA), the UK’s version of DARPA was sold off to the private sector and renamed Qinetiq. So, if any foreign power wants to know what is going on, it just has to buy shares and request a conducted tour. Of course, the UK still has the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL). Among other things, it supplies explosive-analysis experts to the Middle East. One wonders what those experts were up to while that conman (James McCormick) was making £55,000,000 out of selling golf-ball detectors to the military and calling them IED-detectors. Dowsing-rods (like those once routinely issued to the Norwegian army for finding avalanche-victims) would have been just as useful.   

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4 Responses to “Grunts”

  1. Karen Pence Says:

    Do you know how my husband can get in contact with Dr Evans? He has been reading his papers and is very interested in speaking to the professor.
    Thank you for your help,
    Karen

    • crackpotwatch Says:

      Evans’ postal and e-mail addresses are mentioned frequently on his blog, but his telephone number is ex-directory. So your husband will have to travel to Swansea, e-mail or snail-mail. And how is the vice-president today?

      • Frank B Says:

        It would be great if Ron claimed this as proof that the White House is actively studying his work.

        • crackpotwatch Says:

          Using our superior powers of investigation, we know that the e-mail address used indeed belongs to Mrs Pence … but anybody can hack that. The computer used is however located in the UK.

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