A team of UFO researchers claims to have material from a crashed alien spacecraft that is unusually heat resistant, and doesn’t bear any relation to metals or alloys used in current military or commercial aircraft.
The To the Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences have released photos of a number of the flat metallic-looking objects, which they say are débris from a UFO crash.
The images were posted on the Instagram page of the academy’s co-founder, Blink 182 lead singer Tom DeLonge.
Steve Justice is the former head of Advanced Systems at Lockheed Martin’s ‘Skunk Works’ – the centre of advanced and experimental aviation research that produced the F117 Stealth Fighter and a number of other cutting-edge warplanes.
He now leads To the Stars’ Technology and Aerospace team, and has spoken out about the “exotic”materials that are now in the group’s possession: “The structure and composition of these materials are not from any known existing military or commercial application.
“We currently have multiple material samples being analysed by contracted laboratories and have plans to extend the scope of this study.”
DeLonge himself has said that To The Stars are convinced as a group that the fragments are from an “Unidentified Aerial Vehicle.”
“We have been able to establish that the material shows highly advanced anomalous engineering capabilities,” he said.
“This acquisition will allow us to expand the scope of our ADAM [Acquisition & Data Analysis of Materials] Research Project and accelerate R&D that could lead to numerous aerospace and engineering breakthroughs.”
The group have been cagey about how they obtained the metal fragments but To The Stars’s special programs director Luis Elizondo, speaking to the New York Times, hinted that the source may be from within the US government: “T.T.S.A. does not limit itself as to where it obtains material or information.
“In that process we have to be very discerning. As I’ve said before, there’s a difference between something that’s truly exotic and something that fell from the alternator of a 1984 Cadillac.”
To The Stars were responsible of the leak of three videos taken from US Navy aircraft that appear to show encounters with hyper-advanced, possibly extraterrestrial, aerial vehicles.
Navy sources confirmed that the videos were genuine and showed “unidentified aerial phenomena.”
Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough said that “the three videos that are in wide circulation are indeed recordings made by naval aviators, recorded during their training evolutions.”
She added that the Navy “has always considered the phenomena observed in those videos as unidentified” and the the encounters were“part of a larger issue of an increased number of training range incursions by unidentified aerial phenomena in recent years.”
Tom DeLonge has said that To The Stars are eager to collaborate with government agencies of investigating the phenomena: “This whole thing could be answered by the government,’ he said.
“We’re just waiting for them to come and help us with some of this research.
“This situation that just happened is literally something I and many other people have been waiting for for not years, but decades.
“This is what we’ve been hoping it would do so it can really just ignite more smart people and intellectuals to get into this race and help us figure out more about it.”
The group intend to reverse-engineer the materials science of these UFO fragments to create a whole new class of technology.
Steve Justice said: “We have some very strategic plans to help turn the science of these pieces into advanced capabilities.
“Wave Guides, mass reduction, all new meta-materials, and many more potentials are within view of new studies, some of which are already happening, and more studies we are planning.”