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Scientist Calls UFOs "Craft of a Supremely Advanced Technology"

Most scientists assume that aliens can't be here because interstellar travel is impossible. But Dr. Eric Davis of the Institute for Advanced Studies in Austin is saying that new discoveries mean that 'warp drives' may not as difficult to create as once thought. If so, then it is almost inevitable that aliens are here. So why aren't scientists more open to this possibility? Dr. Davis says that UFOs are "artificial objects under intelligent control," but he calls the subject a "forbidden topic" in science and explains that the UFO topic is a military secret.

For years, this has been all too obvious to the hundreds of thousands of people who have had close encounters of the third kind, and the millions who have seen UFOs and observed their phenomenal ability to maneuver. However, the scientific community, and mankind in general, has been the victim of social engineering, at least some of it intentional, that is intended to convince the average person that the UFO topic is nonsense and that close encounter witnesses are to be scorned.

Dr. Davis says, "Science is about open-minded inquiry. You shouldn't be laughing off people." He presented a much-anticipated talk entitled "Faster-Than-Light Space Warps and Interstellar Flight: What's It All About," at the 2013 Mutual UFO Network Symposium in Las Vegas on the weekend of July 18-21.

Dr. Davis it seems you have positioned yourself well to achieve some great progress in this most provocative field. Be ready for the inevitable blow-back that always accompanies any statement made that propounds to say there may be something here that's worthy of study.

Blow-back is all that it is, and it is well understood and expected by the many of us in this field. While certain elements will try to cast you as a person who has lost his scientific moorings; do not be dissuaded, and see it for the mere ploy that it is.

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For a very long time, the scientific community has been wary of studying UFOs, and the scientists themselves hesitate to talk about their beliefs of unexplained aerial phenomena.

But that attitude is changing, and many scientists are joining the discussion without fear of ridicule.

"UFOs are real phenomena. They are artificial objects under intelligent control. They're definitely the craft of a supremely advanced technology," says physicist Eric Davis, a researcher of light-speed travel.

Davis, a research physicist at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Austin, studies propulsion physics, which he hopes will one day allow humans to travel easily and quickly through our galactic neighborhood.

He's aware of the public perception -- mostly from skeptics and debunkers -- that no legitimate scientists would ever touch the subject of UFOs.

"They're wrong, naïve, stubborn, narrow-minded, afraid and fearful. It's a dirty word and a forbidden topic. Science is about open-minded inquiry. You shouldn't be laughing off people. You should show more deference and respect to them ... Scientists need to get back to using the scientific method to study things that are unknown and unusual, and the UFO subject is one of them."

Davis is one of several scientists who are presenting their views this weekend on a variety of UFO-related topics at the 2013 MUFON Symposium in Las Vegas.

The physicist, who recently won an award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics for his study, "Faster-Than-Light Space Warps, Status and Next Steps," knows many colleagues who quietly study UFOs.

"There are scientists who are aware of evidence and observational data that is not refutable. It is absolutely corroborated, using forensic techniques and methodology. But they won't come out and publicize that because they fear it. Not the subject -- they fear the backlash from their professional colleagues. The impact on their career might be detrimental and they'd get bad publicity.

"It's not an acceptable, funded line of research. The National Science Foundation does not accept UFOs as a subject for scientific study."

Absolutely right EJM48! To anyone with an open mind on the subject of UFOs it's become obvious that the study of these phenomena is respected, legitimate and is being kept HIGHLY SECRET.

The recent disclosures of the lengths that SOMEONE is going -- to marginalize those who pursue research into this area is very disturbing. Altogether, these activities have every appearance of Intelligence Agencies operating on a well coordinated and global scale.

The infiltration of open UFO groups as well as the disinformation campaigns that are widely conducted even to the present day shows that the stakes are high. I won't presume to claim to know just what these classified agencies motivations are, they may feel (wrongly) they have Humanity's best interest at heart.

However, I have a serious problem with the cruel treatment of certain researchers and investigators. Also, I see the condescending and dismissive treatment by the "mainstream" scientific community as an insult to my intelligence.

It reminds me of all the nay-saying dunderheads that have come before, in the past:
"The Earth is the center of the universe!"
"We can't go 20 miles an hour on a train! We won't be able to breathe!"
"We can't fly like a bird! We don't have the strength to flap the big wings needed!"
"We can't break the sound barrier! It's an inviolate rule!"
"We can't break the light barrier! It's an inviolate rule!" (Then explain tachyons, please).
And -- where are these brilliant folks now, I ask you?
So to the National Science foundation, and all the others who say that "UfOs" are not 'legitimate research', I say, "Pftftftftftftftftftftftftftt!"
(Spot On, EJM48 and Cyan_Aura!)

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