Tired of the scan and the pat down? The type of teleportation that we all remember from "Star Trek" may soon be a reality (It may be the way UFOs fly, and with this type of transportation, no one can shoot them down). An object you can see in front of you may exist simultaneously in a parallel universe. Here at unknowncountry.com, we've postulated that the ETs so many people see may exist in a parallel universe.
Fox News quotes quantum physicist Andrew Cleland as saying, "When you observe something in one state, one theory is it split the universe into two parts." Fox quotes science writer Adrian Cho as saying, "On a practical level, it opens up a variety of possibilities ranging from new experiments that meld quantum control over light, electrical currents and motion to, perhaps someday, tests of the bounds of quantum mechanics and our sense of reality."
Meanwhile, pilots who fly conventional planes will soon be having problems: The FAA has announced that Defense Department tests will disrupt GPS signals from time to time between January 20 and February 22 in the southeastern US. Pilots will be warned about the tests, which are expected to make GPS signals either unreliable or unavailable for up to 45 minutes at a time. There is apparently no plan to warn the general public, and there is no indication of the degree to which land-based GPS signals will be disrupted. There is essentially no information about what is tested, how it can affect GPS signals, or whether or not there are any environmental or public health issues involved. Has this got something to do with the ongoing pole shift?
If you want to experience quantum strangeness RIGHT NOW, you should know that Anne Strieber has an ongoing project in which she interviews contactees about what THEIR experiences have REALLY BEEN LIKE, and has posted thirteen of them so far--just for subscribers.