What is the most compelling UFO material

The US Army is now working with a start-up that allegedly has UFO remains and was founded by the guitarist from Blink-182

Okay, really weird but fascinating story. Many probably read the story in the New York Times at the end of 2017 about the Pentagon's UFO program, which has now been confirmed. Two more than renowned journalists uncovered in the article that the US Department of Defense has invested 22 million US dollars in researching "unidentified aerial phenomena" - unidentified flying objects, which of course are not necessarily extraterrestrial aircraft.

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Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program

The shadowy program began in 2007 and was largely funded at the request of Harry Reid, the former Senate majority leader, who had a longtime interest in space phenomena.

It was also mentioned that the company Bigelow Aerospace, which works on a private space station, among other things, had been hired to convert storage facilities in Las Vegas so that material can be safely stored there that was caused by UFOs or previously unexplained phenomena in the Air should come from. Likewise, people are said to have been examined there who allegedly experienced physical sequelae after coming into contact with such objects.

It all sounds pretty much like the X-Files, but it's actually a fact for the first time.

Now it's getting a little more bizarre. In 2014, Blink-182 guitarist Tom DeLonge founded a company called To the Stars… Academy of Arts & Sciences; a start-up that was initially supposed to work as a music label but since 2017, among others, people like the former Lockheed Martin Skunk Works engineer Steve Justice, the former US UFO program director and secret service agent Luis Elizondo and several serious and renowned people Scientists employed to ... now research UFOs and figure out "advanced science theories". Because like the US Department of Defense, To the Stars is also supposed to get hold of UFO remains.

Tom DeLonge published pictures of it on Instagram.

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“Exotic Material in possession of @tothestarsacademy has evidence of extreme ...
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EXOTIC MATERIALS FROM UNIDENTIFIED VEHICLES ACQUIRED by @tothestarsacademy “The ...
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ANNOUNCEMENT - @tothestarsacademy has ACQUIRED multiple pieces of metamaterial ...

According to Tom DeLonge, these chunks are not just lumps of metal, but meta-materials. In other words, advanced materials that do not occur naturally, but have been created artificially. However, these materials, which To The Stars has collected, would not have been made by humans in this way.

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To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science Announces CRADA with The U.S. Army ...

SAN DIEGO, Oct. 17, 2019 / PRNewswire / - To The Stars Academy of Arts & Science (TTSA) announced today a Cooperative Research and Development Agreements ...

Now the U.S. Army announced that it would work with the UFO researchers from To The Stars through a so-called Cooperative Research and Development Agreement. Namely to research the supposed UFO materials that could allegedly help to make military vehicles and equipment safer, lighter and more resistant. But one would also be interested in possibilities such as “quantum communication”, “energy beam propulsion”, “active camouflage systems” and others.

As I said. Aslant.