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Pentagon Report finds No Evidence of UFO’s

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the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, the Defense Department has disclosed the results of a comprehensive review mandated by Congress, which examined classified government initiatives spanning several decades concerning unidentified anomalous phenomena, commonly referred to as UFOs. The report affirms that there is no substantiated evidence supporting sightings indicative of extraterrestrial activity, no recovered extraterrestrial crafts or remains, and no authorized programs aimed at reverse-engineering extraterrestrial technology.

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Hillary Open to Releasing Area 51 Secrets


March 25,2016
the staff of the Ridgewood blog

Ridgewood NJ, Hillary Clinton told Jimmy Kimmel that barring any national security risk, she would like to open up the government files on Area 51 to the public if she is elected president.

“I would like us to go into those files and hopefully make as much of that public as possible,” she told Jimmy Kimmel Thursday night on his late night ABC talk show. “If there’s nothing there, let’s tell people there’s nothing there.”

When Kimmel followed up by asking what she would do if she discovered there was actually something alarming in the files, Clinton replied: “Well, if there is something there, unless it’s a threat to national security, I think we ought to share it with the public.”

Area 51 is an Air Force facility in Nevada that was only recently acknowledged by the U.S. government. Some conspiracy theorists believe it is where the government houses secret information about aliens and UFOs. many point to the 1947 crash in Roswell. In 1947  an unidentified flying object crashed on a ranch northwest of Roswell, New Mexico, sometime during the first week of July .

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NASA Moves Closer to “First Contact”


NASA ‘Warp Drive’ Could Take Spaceship to Mars in 70 Days

Friday, 01 May 2015 07:18 AM
By Clyde Hughes

NASA has successfully tested a type of “warp drive” popularized in the science fiction franchise “Star Trek” that could allow spaceships to travel at near light speed without using rocket fuel.

NASA announced on Wednesday that a team working at the Johnson Space Center tested the electromagnetic propulsion drive in a vacuum.

“Thrust measurements of the EM Drive defy classical physics’ expectations that such a closed (microwave) cavity should be unusable for space propulsion because of the law of conservation of momentum,” wrote José Rodal, Jeremiah Mullikin and Noel Munson forNASA

“The concept of an EM Drive as put forth by (Satellite Propulsion Research Ltd.) was that electromagnetic microwave cavities might provide for the direct conversion of electrical energy to thrust without the need to expel any propellant,” they wrote.

NASA scientists said the warp drive would allow man-made spaceships to reach Mars in 70 days, noted the website.

“A 90 metric ton, 2 MegaWatt nuclear electric propulsion mission to Mars (would have) considerable reduction in transit times due to having a thrust-to-mass ratio greater than the gravitational acceleration of the sun,” Harold “Sonny” White of the Johnson Space Center told NASA

Scientists stressed, according to The Verge’s Jacob Kastrenakes, that testing is just at the beginning stage but without the need for rocket fuel in space, it could reduce the volume that NASA and other space providers need to initially launch out of Earth’s orbit.