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Forbidden Technology

Date: 03-28-14
Host: Dave Schrader
Guests: Barry Taff

Filling in for George Noory, Dave Schrader (email) welcomed paranormal investigator Dr. Barry Taff for a discussion on forbidden technology that the government does not want the public to know about, such as warp drive, time machines and transporters. "There are things out there that if people were aware of, they would be amazed," he said. According to Taff, covert technological developments are 50 years beyond what is publically known and there is evidence to suggest these advancements are based on acquired alien technology.

All of this ties together with the paranormal, Taff continued, noting that the energy which allows people to see the future and past, view things at a distance, read minds and move objects is the same force involved in powering extraterrestrial craft. "I think that UFOs are using the same energy we call paranormal the way we use electromagnetism—they're using this energy that can manipulate space and time," he explained. The force in question, zero point energy, has not yet been acknowledged but is as real as nuclear, electromagnetic and gravitational energies, Taff proposed.

This zero point power field is likely involved in long-term memory storage as well as so-called paranormal abilities. Taff detailed his work putting together the initial methods and protocols for UCLA's remote viewing program and shared a story about how his group was able to see the secret Trident D5 ballistic missile under development at the time. "The ability to view non-local information is real," he claimed. Taff theorized as to how zero point energy could be tapped to power Star Trek-style starships and transporters. He also reported on a secret time machine project based on torsion field physics and a phenomenon called frame dragging.

The final hour of the show featured Open Lines.

News segment guest: Jim Berkland

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