Here at Modern Life Survivalist, we don’t get too into aliens—as far as interstellar intelligent life goes. However, we have our own theory about what they are and what they’re doing here, if we’re assuming at least some accounts and footage of UFOs and abductions are based in reality. In any case, while this is outside of our standard fare, we have decided this is too important to leave unreported on our end. And, incidentally, one aspect of this story involves surveillance, a topic we have visited regularly on our site.
As of January 18, 2016, a business website called Business Television broke the news that Thunder Energies Corporation has developed a telescope with a special lens that can detect invisible beings that emit light in the “negative” antimatter spectrum. Or something like that… Quantum physics has taken us so far, and the common public knows very little about it. The original goal of this telescope was to peer at antimatter galaxies, asteroids, and cosmic rays. Discovery of what have been classified as Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITEs) of both the first (ITE-1) and second kind (ITE-2) was a serendipitous side discovery.
A report of the findings using the telescope, complete with images of the entities, is said to have been published in the American Journal of Modern Physics. Someone I ran this by on a forum, though, pointed out to me that the specific citation for where it is published in the journal is actually redacted, and we can’t verify at this point whether the report appears in said journal. Here is the citation given:
Ruggero Maria Santilli. Apparent Detection via New Telescopes with Concave Lenses of Otherwise Invisible Terrestrial Entities (ITE). American Journal of Modern Physics. Special Issue: Issue II: Foundations of Hadronic Mechanics. Vol. X, No. X, 2015, pp. XX-XX. doi: 10.11648/j.XXXX.2015XXXX.XX
But still, I’m inclined to say, “Yes, it’s all true folks.”
As for the credibility of all this, we have verified that Thunder Energies is publicly traded on the stock market. A press release came through about this on wsj.com. R.M. Santilli—the telescope’s creator, the beings’ discoverer, and the author of the report—is said on prweb.com to be “former faculty at MIT, Harvard and other leading institutions around the world.”
Photo of ITE-1
Photo of ITE-2
These Entities Appear to Be Conducting Surveillance
The weirdest part of this lab report and the interviews with the discoverer, Santilli, is that he continually insists,
“ITE-2 are generally located directly over sensitive civilian, industrial and military installations, and appear to behave in a way strongly suggesting their unauthorized surveillance.”
He goes on later in the paper urging the government to classify these beings, saying:
“The author would like to stress that, being a scientist, his duty is only that of reporting the documentation on the existence of ITE-1 and ITE-2, with the understanding that their identification, or lack thereof, belongs to the U.S. Government.“
Further, he touts one of the uses of his telescope as a way to provide “personal, industrial and national security.” I kid you not.
So, in essence, we have invisible entities (and not just objects, because entity implies something beyond that), which are hanging out around sensitive military and industrial installations that “appear to be conducting surveillance.” This is in a scientific journal and has been reported by the Wall Street Journal. I cannot stress this enough.
It Seems So Simple, But It’s Not
The mechanism by which this otherwise invisible light can be seen is through the use of a concave lense instead of the standard convex lens that the standard Galileo telescope uses. I really don’t understand anything to do with antimatter and “negative light,” but the mere fact that all they had to do was bend a lens to see invisible beings just seems so interesting to me. The simplicity of it makes it seem even more believable, doesn’t it?