X-Director of UAP Program Says UFOs Disrupted Nuclear Plants

Luis Elizondo, Former Director, Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, says that UFOs took U.S. nuclear technologies are being taken offline.

Luis “Lue” Elizondo is the former director of the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP), an unpublicized U.S. government program created in 2007 committed to the investigation of UAPs.

The major are that UFO encounters have been common, frequent and even at times daily occurrences at US military and nuclear facilities. The claims are that there are hundreds of videos documenting many of these events. The currently released videos are the least compelling. There are claims that some of the video and picture evidence is of objects only 50 feet away from the cameras that were used. There is also supposed to be satellite and other sensor data.

The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) was an unclassified but unpublicized investigatory effort funded by the United States Government to study unidentified flying objects (UFOs) or unexplained aerial phenomena (UAP). The program was first made public on December 16, 2017. The program began in 2007, with funding of $22 million over the five years until the available appropriations were ended in 2012. The program began in the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency.

According to the Department of Defense, the AATIP ended in 2012 after five years, however, reporting suggested that U.S. government programs to investigate UFOs continued. This was confirmed in June 2020 with the acknowledgment of a similar military program, the unclassified but previously unreported Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force.

On January 16, 2019, the DIA released a list of 38 research titles pursued by the program in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by Steven Aftergood, director of the Federation of American Scientists’ Project on Government Secrecy. One such research topic, “Traversable Wormholes, Stargates, and Negative Energy,” was led by Eric W. Davis of EarthTech International Inc, which was founded by Harold Puthoff, who was formerly involved in Project Stargate. All of the theoretical work on Traversable Wormholes and warp drives has been transparent and open to the public for over ten years. Nextbigfuture has closely tracked all of the theoretical work for breakthrough space travel.

In 2011, Nextbigfuture covered James Woodward theories about creating wormholes that could be used to let people travel vast distances.

Stargates – extremely short throat “absurdly benign” wormholes enabling near instantaneous travel to arbitrarily remote locations in both space and time – have been a staple of science fiction now for decades. And the physical requirements for the production of such devices have been known since the work of Morris and Thorne in 1988. Their work has engendered a small, but significant literature on the issue of making stargates and warp drives. Morris and Thorne approached the issue of rapid spacetime transport by asking the question: what constraints do the laws of physics as we know them place on an “arbitrarily advanced culture” (AAC) in the design and implementation of stargates? Here we invert their question and ask: if “arbitrarily advanced aliens” (AAAs) have actually made stargates, what must be true of the laws of physics for them to have done so? The chief problem in making stargates is that they seem to require the assembly of a Jupiter mass of “exotic” matter concentrated in a thin structure with dimensions of a few tens of meters. Elementary arithmetic reveals that such structures would have a density of on the order of 10^22 gm/cm3, that is, orders of magnitude higher than nuclear density. Not only does one have to achieve this stupendous density of negative mass matter, it must be done, presumably, only with the application of “low” energy electromagnetic fields. A few schemes that at least in principle purport to do this that have been proposed by capable physicists are discussed. And one that might actually work is examined in a little more detail.

Another project called “Invisibility Cloaking” was headed by German scientist Ulf Leonhardt, a professor at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel. Yet another title, “Warp Drive, Dark Energy, and the Manipulation of Extra Dimensions,” was attributed to theoretical physicist Richard Obousy, director of the nonprofit Icarus Interstellar.

Nextbigfuture has covered the Warp Drive work Richard Obousy.

One of those papers was released to the public by Popular Mechanics on February 14, 2020. The paper in question, titled “Clinical Medical Acute & Subacute Field Effects on Human Dermal & Neurological Tissues”, was written by Christopher “Kit” Green, formerly a CIA agent, forensic clinician and neuroscientist, who described it as “focused on forensically assessing accounts of injuries that could have resulted from claimed encounters with UAP”.

SOURCES- Washington Post, Woodward, Davis, Obousy, Icarus Interstellar
Written by Brian Wang, Nextbigfuture.com

59 thoughts on “X-Director of UAP Program Says UFOs Disrupted Nuclear Plants”

  1. What do other nations observe? If limited to US assets, then it is probably just a disinformation ploy to increase strategic uncertainty in our potential adversaries.

  2. If you were a biologist studying wild monkeys and you saw them rubbing sticks together to make fire, wouldn't you pay attention to that? Making fire might not impress you in general but it'd be pretty interesting to see monkeys do it.

  3. There's a background story that came out before the 'ET interference' reports that DOD was initiating a program of 'Alert training' for its missile stations whereby they would electronically 'tinker' with missile command centers to make it appear security breaches had occurred.

  4. Yes, those are my words. Saying that these are plainly intelligently controlled craft doesn't contradict anything I said because we don't know who controls them, if they're drones or piloted, where they come from, or what their agenda is. Or what propels them at better than 10,000 mph without producing a sonic boom.

    And it's not my interpretation, it's the interpretation of the Navy pilots who saw it. You watched the 60 Minutes interview, right?

    Context. The White House spokesperson was talking about unidentified aircraft in the context of answering a question about the UAP Report.

  5. > they have referred to them as objects

    "Objects" here probably taken from the old term "UFO". That's why they switched to UAP.

    > Jen Psaki referring to them as unidentified aircraft.

    She said "incursions into our airspace by any aircraft, identified or unidentified". That doesn't talk specifically about UAPs, and certainly doesn't confirm that UAPs are actually aircraft. It talks in broader terms about all incursions. In this context, the UAPs being lumped together with actual aircraft still falls under "Looks like, maybe".

    (An "unidentified aircraft" in this context can just as easily be a chinese or russian drone. And the vagueness is deliberate.)

    > tell me if these trained observers saw swamp gas or ball lightning. They saw a machine that reacted to their presence and maneuvered to avoid them.

    That's just your own interpretation. They saw something that we don't know what it is. It looked like a machine and so on, and that may indeed be the best explanation we have at the moment. But that doesn't necessarily make it the correct explanation.

    Truly the only intellectually honest answer at the moment is "we don't know". – your own words.

  6. Ancient astronomers had centuries of data regarding their observations of the heavens without any real understanding of what they were seeing.

  7. Yes, it will because it's alive. So you agree these things aren't swamp gas or ball lightning or some other natural phenomena.

  8. Not at all. Watch the 60 Minutes interview, then tell me if these trained observers saw swamp gas or ball lightning. They saw a machine that reacted to their presence and maneuvered to avoid them. They called it the "tic-tac" because it was a white oblong object about the size of a fighter jet, but it had no wings, no rotors, no jets, no visible means of propulsion and flew in a manner that should be impossible. (Then take a moment to marvel at the fact that 60 freakin' Minutes is taking UFO's seriously).

    Now as to the phrase "intelligently piloted", I concede the point. No government official has *officially* used that phrase. But they have referred to them as objects performing maneuvers that seem physically impossible. And here is White House Press secretary Jen Psaki referring to them as unidentified aircraft. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmjNy56CTwE

  9. "Luis Elizondo, Former Director, Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, says that UFOs took U.S. nuclear technologies are being taken offline."

    Could you rewrite this to make sense, please? It is the ONLY sentence in the article that even mentions something being or going "offline," and I'd like to understand your claim.

  10. He said that as a counter point as if someone claimed it.
    ie, if he can't prove someone said that, he built a strawman.

  11. In terms of a sufficiently advanced technology, we are like cave men looking at smart phones or we are blind men grabbing parts of an elephant and spinning elaborate theories. So we are to understand that there is no evidence that these nuclear-related sightings and reported missile shutdowns don't point at some kind of ET contact? My blind-man theory is that we are in a simulation and that these UFOs are used by the Sim Lords who created this simulation as a form of game interaction.

  12. Perhaps they have gone back in time and need the high energy neutrons to recharge their dia-lithum crystal s for their warp drive

  13. I assume the government has been collecting data since the 1940s. So, would they not have at least some ideas about what these are?? Or at least massive amounts of evidence

  14. The aliens are charter members of Greenpeace or whatever organization wants nuclear power eliminated.

  15. Maybe they’re warning against the fallacy of nuclear power, like the shunning Terran business interests are giving it.

  16. As opposed to, you know, Unidentified Aerial Phenomena.
    But it doesn't matter how I describe them. I'm asking if the government (or pentagon) actually claimed these to be craft at all (let alone intelligently piloted), with any degree of certainty? "Looks like, maybe" doesn't count as certainty.

    The pilot interview for 60 min (which I admit I haven't watched), may be the closest thing. But it is:
    A) Not an official statement. Official statements aren't made on 60 min.
    B) Isn't even an army official, let alone government. Pilots are military, but they don't represent the official military stance.
    C) Still falls under "looks like, maybe". The fact is, the pilots don't actually know what these are. They've only observed a particular set of behaviors that they can't explain.

    You yourself said "It's important to keep separate what is known and what is theoretical". Then the next sentence you fail to make that distinction.

  17. As opposed to what? Randomly wandering craft? They are clearly surveilling our military. They react to approaching aircraft. How else would you describe them.

  18. Maybe they buzz around several places, but the anomalies in nuclear plants serve as a kind of detector which allows us to detect them more readily?

  19. Interdimensional moths drawn to a nuclear flame – seems at least as likely as sentient visitors from the stars.

  20. Why would they buzzing around them in the first place? What I have stated is not my opinion, but what people who has direct knowledge are saying about the matter.

  21. And then trap themselves into a grandfather paradox, but still better than 95% of what's on TV.

  22. A former US President publicly stating that we don't know what these things are and that they move in ways we don't understand is unprecedented.

    As to intelligently controlled, watch the 60 Minutes interview with the two Navy fighter pilots. They make clear the craft they saw reacted to their presence.

  23. It would seem much more efficient to go back a bit further in time and tip the scales towards nuclear Armageddon, making any remaining humans eternally fearful of the technology.

  24. Neither of those videos make the claims of intelligently piloted craft, they are careful to emphasis that they do not know what they are, hence the terms UFO and UAP.
    And also these are not US government statements.
    Unless you are claiming that network TV is a branch of the US government, which is a valid position I guess.

  25. Maybe they're with green peace and prefer to use their disruptors against nuclear plants instead of chaining themselves to the front gate?

    Btw, they said UFO, you're the one invoking aliens.

  26. AFAIK, they've acknowledged seeing and recording phenomena with certain hard-to-explain characteristics. Have they actually said anything about "intelligently piloted craft", though? Other than "looks like, maybe, but we don't know"?

  27. Is this better or worse than "I don't know, therefore god"?
    (IMO, probably better: aliens can be empirically proven or disproven, eventually.)

  28. Trying to assess our chances of leaving the solar system anytime soon? (Or our readiness level to do so.)

    It may be child's play to them (if it is actually a "them", as in sentient phenomena), but nuclear does enable interstellar travel, once it's advanced enough. We ain't getting nowhere on chemical, but we also don't have to build stargates to take our first interstellar steps.

  29. It's probably the reverse.

    Us having nuclear power is what makes us likely to be able to leave our local neighbourhood and become important to the rest of the galaxy. If we were just burning though our fossil fuels they'd be content to know that we were going to Mad Max ourselves within a century or two and never appear at their local star system.

  30. Just our future AI overlords, coming back in time in a paradoxical loop to destroy our nuclear infrastructure, so we won't stop them maximizing paperclips production

    Move along, nothing to see here

  31. "The government has acknowledged that intelligently piloted craft have been seen many times by trained observers"

    No, it has not

  32. More than that, they are now called UAPs so they are not claimed to be OBJECTS anymore.

    Thus when you call them UAP, they can be anything aerial and not identified. Like ghosts, dirt in the camera lenses, pixies, holographic projections, whatever. Since they are not identified, we don't really know if all of them are OBJECTS

  33. What? That's the most casually easy thing to ever debunk.
    The Pentagon or Harry Reid say- Hey, this dude is a fraud.

    So where is your proof of that?

  34. It's important to keep separate what is known and what is theoretical. The government has acknowledged that intelligently piloted craft have been seen many times by trained observers. These craft can move through air and water with equal ease. They move in excess of 10,000 miles per hour without producing a sonic boom. They accelerate at hundreds of g's. They have no wings, no control surfaces, no visible means of propulsion, and no cockpit. And they travel through restricted airspace with impunity.

    Keep in mind that "aliens" is just a theory as to what these observable phenomena are. If it turns out the theory is wrong, the phenomena remain. Truly the only intellectually honest answer at the moment is "we don't know".

  35. No one, including Harry Reid who got AATIP created, has ever disputed anything Elizondo has said.

  36. They started calling them UAP's to get away from the knee-jerk assumption that UF0 = Aliens. The only real conclusion is that these intelligent piloted craft seem very interested in our military and nuclear infrastructure. The End.

  37. As usual, there are hundreds of videos and thousands of photos from daily encounters, and to prove it we'll just release the handfull of grainy and shaky ones. But trust us on the other ones….

  38. There are some really strong varying electric fields near nuclear power plants. Maybe it's not that they're nukes, it's just there is 2Gw of transmission. Seems to me a smart alien might hang a conducting loop in those varying fields, or connect conductors to the three phases, and borrow a bit of current at 500kV.
    Aliens have range anxiety too.

  39. That's probably because you hold a fancy for the official line, either relaying solely on "official" records or accepting that materialistic science is the only legit way to interpret reality, not understanding that these two have been manipulated to control and suppress the perception of reality.

  40. I'm so really much extremely convinced that the universe is full of civilizations and it hurts me very much that probably in this life I won't be able to tell people "I told you so" about it but, hey, that's no reason to go seriously crazy! I also don't have a girlfriend right now and I'm not trying to just invent one to impress my buddies.

  41. there is no proof that Elizondo ever was associated with or heading AATIP. The guy is a fraud. And yes, why would a technologically advanced civilisation give a damn about our puny fission reactors and fuel propelled jets ?

  42. It is us, coming back from the future, to guide us away from nuke and onto Solar Fusion Energy collection, aka Space Solar, so we won't waste time getting O'Neill plans started.

  43. Are super advanced aliens not smart enough to examine the low deaths per terrawatt hour of nuclear power?

    The only concern super advanced aliens would have with nuclear power would be that if they successfully invaded Earth then we could perform a scorched earth suicide attack by detonating neutron bombs on top of spent fuel casks to spread fallout and destroy the biosphere.

  44. Sorry, I don't buy it. Why would an advanced alien species care about nuclear fission power plants? If you could manipulate Jupiter mass of exotic matter, then purifying a few dozen Kgs of U-235 would be child's play. From that standpoint, a fission power plant would be about as impressive as rubbing two sticks together.

  45. Since we've only just gotten out to the Oort cloud, I do not see how anyone can claim with a straight face that there can be any physical proof of civilizations in other solar systems destroying themselves by misusing nuclear power.
    In other words, your source is slightly less reliable than pronouncements from US Government bureaucracies and should be treated with caution.

  46. Definitely. One of the main concerns of the alien intelligent species is our nuclear power. The Roswell famous alien crash of 1947 was near the Roswell Army Airfield, home to the world's only atomic bomber squadron at the time, the 509th Bomb Group. Many intelligent species in the universe have vanished due to a premature and irresponsible knowledge of nuclear power according to many alien contactees and investigators. Such occurrences has negative universal consequences. Aliens have been disrupting and disabling such facilities and ballistic missiles. This claims are also made here.


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