A government agency has been researching faster-than-light travel and UFOs.
DIA Apparently Working On Warp Drive For Space Travel
by TRS Staff | The Republican Standard
It has been revealed that the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) doesn’t just specialize in covert and clandestine intelligence gathering and handling military-diplomatic relationships overseas. Recently, the DIA put together a 34-page intelligence reference document that discusses warp drives, dark energy, and alternate dimensions – no wonder they have a classified budget.
Task & Purpose reports that the document, dated April 2, 2010, and marked for official use only, was obtained by KLAS-TV and republished earlier this month at Public Intelligence. According to the Las Vegas-based television station, it was part of a treasure trove of documents related to a scientific study of UFOs (unidentified flying objects) undertaken in 2007 by the Pentagon at the order of former majority leader Senator Harry Reid (D-NV).
The DIA report does not mention contact with extraterrestrial lifeforms, ray guns, or meetings featuring the Star Wars “Cantina Band,” but it does examine highly-advanced theories like space travel through worm holes and warp drives.
“If one is to realistically entertain the notion of interstellar exploration in timeframes of a human lifespan, a dramatic shift in the traditional approach to spacecraft propulsion is necessary,” the authors write.
The paper also discusses two “loopholes” found in Einstein’s theory of special relativity, which sets the speed of light at an unbreakable 186,000 miles per second. While the cosmic speed limit cannot be broken, wormholes are theoretical rips in the spacetime continuum and warp drives would allow for the “fabric” of space to be drawn closer and stretched.