Tuesday, November 27, 2012

DARPA

DARPA

I have mentioned DARPA (US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) many times in my past postings. The slogan that GE brings good things to light would be more appropriate if it was referenced to DARPA. This agency is the superlative for advanced science and engineering. Once alien technology is reverse engineered DARPA fashions usable and futuristic applications. DARPA is to Mankind what Custer’s last stand was to Sitting Bull. DARPA’s science is not decades ahead of current technology but rather centuries. You cannot imagine the possibilities because the possibilities are still third density enigmas.

Vladimir Putin has formally created an agency in Russia which parallels DARPA. It has been named the Russian Future Research Fund:

Russian officials have compared the country’s new defense research agency—signed into law by President Vladimir Putin this week—to the US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA).

DARPA was created in 1958 as a response to the Soviets’ launch of the Sputnik satellite into orbit the previous year, an achievement that stunned the American political and scientific establishment.

Over the next half century, the agency—often described as the Pentagon’s den of “mad scientists” for whom no idea is too fantastical—laid the framework for technologies now ubiquitous in the modern world, including the Internet and the Global Positioning System, or GPS.

While we may have a formal acknowledgement of Russia’s new intended role in the advancement of technology, I am confident that Russian scientists have been busy reverse engineering alien technology for the past four-score and umpteen years.

From a practical perspective, DARPA drones are not only bombing Pakistan, but are also patrolling our skies and waters. DARPA’s latest security drone features underwater security:

WASHINGTON, November 21 (RIA Novosti) – We know about unmanned drone aircraft in the skies, but how about drone subs patrolling the oceans?

The United States Department of Defense is in the initial stages of creating unmanned drone submarines that will navigate the oceans, tracking and following enemy subs for months at a time.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which is responsible for developing new military technologies, started the project because “the growing number of adversaries able to build and operate quiet diesel electric submarines is a national security threat that affects US and friendly naval operations around the world,” according to a statement on the DARPA website.

Normally, anti-submarine warfare has been conducted by US Navy captains at the helm of ships, but humans will never board these drones, also known as a “Continuous Trail Autonomous Vessels,” according to Discovery News.

The subs will be able to patrol the US coastline for up to 80 days at a time covering thousands of kilometers using non-conventional sensor technologies that “achieve robust continuous track of the quietest submarine targets over their entire operating envelope,” DARPA stated on its website.

The vessel’s main task will be to patrol the waters for enemy submarines and then chase them away if located. The sub will also gather information deemed necessary by the US government, which will then be sent to US naval commanders up above on land, according to Discovery News.

The only time humans are needed to operate the unarmed drones will be to navigate the robot subs through crowded harbors.

Humanity has already been implanted with drones; they are referred to as “cell phones”.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede

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