UFO Conjectures

Friday, August 22, 2014

Air Force paper on Teleportation

For those who think teleportation is possible, here's a paper from and for Air Force Research that goes into the topic thoroughly:


I suspect that only Larry will be able to understand the working principles but others can give it a try.



  • You might find it interesting to look into Eric Davis's work for Bigelow, and that MUFON paper. Bigelow built an unknown number of wormhole detection platforms, among other things. I believe he was also present at Skinwalker Ranch and experienced weird stuff...

    I also ran into some USAF stuff on high energy lasers and wormhole generation (I can't remember if it was Kirtland...). Basically it seems that the military-industrial guys have been going after wormholes since the 1980's - and Bigelow has detection hardware somewhere...

    By Blogger Clayton Robertson, at Monday, August 25, 2014  

  • Isn't the wormhole an undemonstrated hypothesis?

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Tuesday, August 26, 2014  

  • @Terry

    Yes, unless Bigelow has something we don't know about. I just find the fact that he's built sensor platforms to be quite remarkable. :P

    By Blogger Clayton Robertson, at Friday, August 29, 2014  

  • And where exactly is it stated that Bigelow built "wormhole detection platforms"?

    By Blogger Terry the Censor, at Friday, August 29, 2014  

  • @Terry


    Here you go. :) I'd love to know where they have these things stationed.

    By Blogger Clayton Robertson, at Friday, August 29, 2014  

  • The particular bit of interest is this bit:

    "Wormhole and other UFO-related manifestations can be instrumented in the field with a sensor array
    system to measure and record their physical effects. Stride (35) developed a proposal for a passive
    autonomous data acquisition platform using COTS hardware to collect sensor data on phenomenon. NIDS
    deploys a subset of such portable sensor devices in the fie ld. Germane to the wormhole issue are sensors that measure acceleration/gravimetric effects, electric and magnetic effects (AC/DC), spectroradiometry,
    temperature/pressure changes, optical and acoustic radiometry, radio/microwave, visible/IR/UV imaging,and so on. Miniaturization of electronic sensor instruments has allowed such devices to become very small, lightweight, portable and easily integrated into reasonably sized packages for field deployment. These items are detailed in (35) and elsewhere in the technical literature."

    By Blogger Clayton Robertson, at Friday, August 29, 2014  

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