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Why is the Air Force investigating Navy UFOs?

The following article by Tim McMillan, posted on the site coyotestail.com, puts into perspective the last answer given by the Pentagon spokeswoman Susan Gough about UFOs sighted by the US Navy.

Why is the Air Force investigating Navy UFOs? Here come the Men in Black
Air Force Special Investigations Office Agents Source: AFOSI / DVIDS Page

After not being heard from since September, just as the UFO community and journalists were getting ready to dispatch Liam Neeson, The Pentagon suddenly reemerged recently as quite the Chatty Cathy.

Of course, when it comes to what The Pentagon had to say, some UFO enthusiasts likely wished they’d stayed in hiding. Nevertheless, after rediscovering their voice, The Pentagon shared with Coyote’s Tail something new and very intriguing.

For the first time in two years, when discussing the now widely famous Navy encounters with UFOs, the DoD mentioned one of the most ominous government agencies in all of UFO lore (cue the dramatic music)…

In May, The Pentagon told The New York Post that the infamous Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program (AATIP) “did pursue research and investigation into unidentified aerial phenomena.” Many UFO believers rejoiced with this morsel of confirmation that, post the 1969 closure of Project Blue Book, indeed, the U.S. government actually does give a shit about UFOs.

However, unfortunately, December isn’t the season for giving at the Department of Defense. At least when it comes to UFOs.

Last week – exactly forty-years to the month after it closing down Project Blue Book – The Pentagon ruffled the UFO community’s hair, nervously twirled it’s car keys, muttering something about “it’s not your fault,” and wistfully looked back before walking out the front door.

As the UFO faithful confusingly stared out the window, The Pentagon lit a cigarette, pulled out the driveway, and ostensibly looked back in the rearview mirror as it tried to drive the hell away from the UFO subject as fast as possible.

In separate statements to researcher Roger Glassel and John Greenewald of The Black Vault, the DoD’s new UFO point-person, Susan Gough said, “Neither AATIP nor AAWSAP were UAP related.”

Not yet done, just weeks after I mentioned in Popular Mechanics that a longer, more spectacular video, may exist from the 2004 Nimitz UFO event; on their way out of UFO town, The Pentagon dropped off another Dear John letter to the UFO community. This time, in a statement to researcher D. Dean Johnson, Gough said, “The U.S. Navy retains custody of the source videos. The source videos are the same in length and quality as copies that have been observed in circulation.”

While the UFO community shared vague social media posts quoting Taylor Swift, implying they were “stronger without them,” and changed it’s Facebook relationship status with The Pentagon to “It’s complicated,” – unbeknownst to most, the DoD had also shared some intriguing comments with Coyote’s Tail.

Why is the Air Force investigating Navy UFOs? Here come the Men in Black

Last week, I asked spokesperson Senior Strategic Planner for the Secretary of Defense Public Affairs Office, Susan Gough, why all UAP/UFO inquiries were now being forwarded directly to her. Gough told me:

Incursions into military air space or training ranges by UAPs are problematic from both a safety and security concern — for all of DOD, not any one military service. The investigations into these incidents also involve multiple U.S. government agencies. To ensure consistency in responses to queries submitted to DoD, individual military services and other DoD agencies, OSD(Public Affairs) took the lead in responding to all media queries sent to DoD regarding UAPs.

There are two salient points being made by The Pentagon’s UFO-point person here.

Although, every major branch of government, with the exception of the Navy, seem to have had a very nasty case of UFO-laryngitis, Gough acknowledged that UAP encounters “are problematic… for all of [the] DoD, [and] not any one military service.” Something that’s been stated by innumerable varied military witnesses over the years and largely assumed as self-evident fact. However, for the first time since the start of the 2017 UFO renaissance, the DoD reinforced that unknown aerial objects don’t just have a particular fondness for picking on the U.S. Navy.

Worth nothing, when it comes to investigations of UAP incidents, Gough said inquiries “involve multiple U.S. government agencies.” To be clear here, the Senior spokesperson for the Secretary of Defense is a well trained wordsmith. Gough once wrote The Evolution of Strategic Influence while attending the U.S. Army War College.

By using the phrase “multiple U.S. government agencies,” and not specifically “the DoD,” Gough admits investigations into UAP can and do involve agencies outside the DoD, such as, The Department of Justice (FBI), Homeland Security, or the Department of Energy. Though curiously, if you ask them, the Department of Transportation and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) do not seem to concern themselves with unidentified aircraft encounters.

The other significant point conveyed by the Pentagon’s official response to me was, after decades of demonstrating itself to be utterly incapable of being concise with the public’s curiosity of UFOs, when the subject reemerged as a hot topic of discussion, the DoD opted for euphemism less traveled – “If it ain’t fixed, keep breaking it,” and they decided to make everything worse.

Peering past the skillful language of a trained scribe, what Ms. Gough really meant in her previous response to me was, “The Department of Defense – the largest single employer in the world; made up of three major departments, 98 different individual agencies, and somewhere in the ballpark of 3.4 million military, reservist, and civilian employees (of which half-a-million are stationed overseas) – has decided every and all UFO question should come to me and me only – FML, and I hate you all.”

With a topic that even “believers” can’t even agree on – just imagine trying to be the lone person tasked with unearthing and sharing information on UFOs for the U.S. government?!?

Why is the Air Force investigating Navy UFOs? Here come the Men in Black
And as you can see. It is not a flying saucer. Instead, the men responsible for the world’s only thermonuclear weapons simply could not identify a weather balloon. Nothing to worry about here at all.

Going back over 2000 years, an unwritten code of conduct in warfare is commanding officers are expected to receive and send back enemy emissaries or diplomatic envoys unharmed. Even in warfare, an event forged on violence in which the metric of victory is measured by lives taken and lives kept, the idea of executing your enemy’s messengers is considered morally repugnant.

Hence, the metaphoric phrase describing the time-honored emotional response to unwanted news… “Don’t shoot the messenger.”

While many last week were lighting their torches and sharpening their pitchforks ready to persecute Pentagon spokesperson Susan Gough, it’s very important to remember here… Gough is simply a messenger. Government Public Affairs officers, are merely a conduit between the media/public and an almost innumerable number of faceless bureaucrats within machine.

Equally as important here; navigating the layers of bureaucracy within government is very much like an onion. Anyone brave enough to try, is going to face multiple convoluted furrows, and almost assuredly, eye’s ablaze with rage, will be left weeping uncontrollably before they ever make it to the core.

While the public is frustrated at the fact that the DoD can’t seem to decide if AAWSAP is AATIP, and if anyone at The Pentagon, much less AATIP, ever investigated UFOs; lost is the fact, that the very messengers conveying this varied mixed bag of responses, may also be just as confused and frustrated by what their being told. Of course they’re not going to convey that.

The public affairs officer’s job is to market the government favorably to the general public. With this carefully crafted lens that the DoD wants to be viewed, it’s important to remember, it isn’t always the most accurate portrayal of reality.

Why is the Air Force investigating Navy UFOs? Here come the Men in Black
It’s just a huge flock of seagulls that come together and form a cloud full of swamp gas. We train them to do this to monitor the weather. Everything is perfectly fine.

Just recently, The Washington Post printed an expose on the “Afghanistan Papers,” showing there were times when the public was being intentionally misled into believing the war in Afghanistan was going better than it actually was. The Post’s report draws on nostalgia and cozies up to the “Pentagon Papers” or “The Report of the Office of the Secretary of Defense Vietnam Task Force,” which demonstrated President Lyndon B. Johnson’s administration, “systematically lied, not only to the public but also to Congressabout the United States political and military involvement during the Vietnam War.

For those who read the article I wrote over the summer, –Here Is How The Pentagon Comes Up With Code Words And Secret Project Nicknames – you may recall me mentioning phrases like “Enduring Freedom,” “Iraqi Freedom,” “Inherent Resolve,” are not merely nicknames. These phrases are meant to inspire and express the overarching intent of military involvement and influence public support. “Once you hear about Inherent Resolve, well, you just know it’s something great, something Americans must support wholeheartedly, “ said professor of linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley, Robin T. Lakoff.

So the DoD has a public-facing perception it wants to maintain and it carefully crafts its words to try and market it. Now, this equally doesn’t mean the confusing statements on the part of the government are inherently part of some massive organized UFO cover-up.

The ‘experts’ in their stories of saucer lore, have said that these brush-offs of the UFO sightings were intentional smoke screens to cover the facts by adding confusion. This is not true; it was merely a lack of coordination. But had the Air Force tried to throw up a screen of confusion, they couldn’t have done a better job.

Former Director of Project Blue Book, Capt. Edward J. Ruppelt (USAF), 1956 – The Report on Unidentified Flying ObjectsThe bottom line is it would reckless to ever consider any official government statement alone as being absolute objective evidence. There’s simply no precedent for that, regardless of the topic, and it’s equally not something the government itself would ever do.

US government: Excuse me, Foreign Antagonist, are you developing nuclear weapons?

Foreign Antagonist: Nuclear weapons? Nooooooo! That’s silly! Our official statement is we’re simply building large grain silos in effort to help feed the world’s hungry.

US Government: Ok, well thanks! That clears everything up and sets the record straight! God bless you for your selfless altruism.

If you followed flying saucers closely the question mark was big, if you just noted the UFO story titles in the papers it was smaller, but it was there and it was growing. Probably none of the people, military or civilian, who had made the public statements were at all qualified to do so but they had done it, their comments had been printed, and their command had been read. Their comments formed the question mark.

Former Project Director Blue book, Captain Edward J. Ruppelt (USAF), 1956 – The Report on Unidentified Flying Objects

When it comes to these Pentagon messages…

While I was joking around with spokeswoman Gough last week, something in one of her answers suddenly caused the record player to shrill and everyone in the room to abruptly stop what they were doing:

Both videos of 2015 appeared in the New York Times in December 2017. At that time, AFOSI * conducted an investigation focusing on the classification of information in the video. The investigation determined that the videos were not classified. This in itself (not classified) does not automatically approve material for public disclosure.

*AFOSI: United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations (US Air Force Space Investigation Office)

Like the 3D images that were popular in the late 1990s, it’s easy to ignore the interesting details in Gough’s statement. If you have forgotten – “AFOSI conducted an investigation“.

Per federal statute, the Air Force’s Special Investigations Office provides independent criminal investigation, counterintelligence and protection services operations around the world, and outside the traditional military chain of command.

According to official site, some of AFOSI’s activities and investigations include “a wide variety of serious crimes – espionage, terrorism, property crimes, violence against people, theft, computer theft, drug acquisition and distribution fraud, financial offenses, military defection , corruption of the hiring process and any other illegal activity that compromises the mission of the US Air Force or Department of Defense. ”

Headquartered in Quantico, Virginia, AFOSI spans eight field research regions, seven of which are aligned with key Air Force Commands including – Air Force Material Command, Air Combat Command, Air Mobility Command, Air Command. Education and Training, US Air Forces in Europe, Pacific Air Forces, Air Force Space Command, and Air Force Global Attack Command. AFOSI Region 7 – Office of the Secretary of the Air Force – is not aligned with a major command, and its mission is to provide counterintelligence and security program management for special access programs (SAPs) under the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force.

In addition, AFOSI has several specialized investigation, training, and support units – Special Projects Office, Purchasing Fraud Office, Force Support Squadron, and the US Air Force Academy of Special Investigations.

Those versed in the UFO tradition will recognize, AFOSI also has a very ominous history when it comes to the UFO issue.

Have you been talking about UFOs!?! You will chip, you bag of b ****!

Arguably, AFOSI’s most infamous involvement with the UFO subject comes from the accounts of former AFOSI Agent Rick Doty. According to Doty, at the behest of government, he successfully seeded a cornucopia of misinformation on UFOs during the 1980s.

From the contentious MJ-12 documents, secret underground alien bases, cattle mutilations, crash retrieval of alien spacecraft, top-secret cooperative agreements and exchange programs with extraterrestrials and the U.S. government, an alien race called “Ebens” (aka The Greys), alien abductions, to the recruitment of once prominent UFO researchers as clandestine assets of disinformation -virtually every popular UFO legend can be connected to Rick Doty.

With an impressive list of UFO myths under his belt, Doty is most notably known for his proclaimed involvement in helping push a successful electronics entrepreneur and UFO enthusiast Paul Bennewitz into a state of delusional mania, which in 1988, would escalate to Bennewitz’s family checking him into a mental health facility.

Of course, Doty’s accounts aren’t the only connections between AFOSI and UFOs.

A CIA study detailed how, in the 1950s and 1960s, the CIA and AFOSI promoted UFOs in effort to cover-up the then-classified U-2 and SR-71 Blackbird reconnaissance planes. According to the study which was publicly released in 1997, ” Over half of all U.F.O. reports from the late 1950’s through the 1960’s were accounted for by manned reconnaissance flights.” Regarding AFOSI’s role, ”This led the Air Force to make misleading and deceptive statements to the public in order to allay public fears and to protect an extraordinarily sensitive national security project,” the study said.

Many in the UFO community were angered by the CIA’s assertion that America’s premier spy agency, in collusion with AFOSI, had been responsible for a bulk of UFO reports. Both in the realization the U.S. government systematically lied to the American public, and with the idea that UFO reports in general could be largely dismissed as government propaganda.

Inarguably, the government admitting to intentionally lying to the public is, at a minimum concerning, at most, illegal. However, most serious UFO researchers have always acknowledged that only approximately 10% of reported sightings are truly unexplainable, with the majority being misidentifications or hoaxes. In their own study, the CIA and AFOSI claim to only be responsible for “over half of all UFO reports,” leaving roughly 40-50% they acknowledge weren’t them. Therefore, the acknowledged claims of UFO disinformation shouldn’t be considered as conclusively explaining the entirety of the UFO phenomena.

When it comes to offering an explanation for their actions, much like when you were a teenager and you asked your parents if they ever tried drugs, the CIA simply says, “Hey, it was the 60s and 70s! It was a different time.”

Gough’s statement that AFOSI investigated the classification of the 2015 UAP videos is very intriguing.

It was Navy personnel who had these UFO encounters in 2004 and 2015. It was Navy equipment that captured the three widely popular UFO videos released in the last two years by To The Stars Academy. In the DD-1910 form that Lue Elizondo filled out when he applied for the video’s release, very explicitly it says the Navy is the original classification authority (OCA).

Even in another statement to me last week, Gough said, “The U.S. Navy retains custody of the source videos for the 2004 and 2015 sightings.” Equally, when speaking specifically about the 2007 leak of the “Flir1” aka “F4” video, Gough said, “In 2009, the online post of the video came to the attention of Navy officials who, in consultation with Navy law enforcement personnel, decided not to pursue the matter.” Not to mention it’s been the Navy who was reported as having changed their guidelines for reporting of UFO encounters this past spring.

Essentially, in the last two years, the Navy has come up so much in the discussion of these UFO events, for me, the lines of reality started blur and I began to believe somehow maybe I’d joined the Navy.

Which of course, begs the question, why is The Pentagon saying the Air Force Office of Special Investigations looked into the classification release of the two 2015 Navy videos – “Gimbal” and “Go Fast?” Significant point to reiterate again – it’s never been in dispute, the Navy was the original classification authority.

Some will likely say the AFOSI being involved likely suggests the objects shown in the videos are classified Air Force technology. Given that AFOSI working out of the Office of the Secretary of the Air Force is tasked with security-program management for Air Force special access programs (SAPs), this is a valid hypothesis for what spurned AFOSI’s involvement when the UFO videos made front page news in 2017.

Concern the objects in the videos were classified Air Force technology, may indeed be the real reason AFOSI looked into the videos. However, if true, based on the outcome of their investigation, this would actually point the needle towards the conclusion these were not classified Air Force technology.

“The investigation determined the videos were not classified,” – OUSD Public Affairs spokesperson, Susan Gough.

At the confluence of logic and reason, this is were I’ve had a hard time swallowing the “classified U.S. aerospace technology” as being the explanation for the described UAP encounters by the Navy. If indeed these were classified U.S. technology, was the same government that successfully kept secret the Manhattan Project, the development of the U-2, SR-71, F-117, B-2, or RQ-4 (to name just a few) suddenly drunk AF behind the wheel of secrecy?

Recently, one of the last bastions of objective truth and intellectual discourse, The Daily Star, offered a groundbreaking report suggesting the Navy UFO events involve Top-Secret U.S. aerospace craft and all of this silly UFO talk is merely an organized effort to cover up “their own state-of-the-art technology.” Supporting this hypothesis, The Daily Star citied aerospace and defense technology experts Blake and Brent Cousins, who run the highly-respected advanced aviation YouTube channel Third Phase of the Moon. Previously, The Daily Star has brought Pulitzer worthy reports such as, Vampires Are Real And Walk Among Us, or Time Traveller ‘Impregnated By Alien From Year 3,500’. (In case you’re “that” guy or girl at the party, the sarcasm is strong with this paragraph).

Until something is proven by a preponderance of evidence as being fact, anything’s on the table, including that technically the Navy’s UAP encounters could involve some type of classified U.S. aerospace technology.

However, for those who read my article in Popular Mechanics- The Witnesses – you may recall, when I asked about the Navy UFO encounters, defense journalist Nick Cook said:

“In the balance of probabilities, I don’t think it’s ‘ours’.”

Admittedly, Cook doesn’t carry the lofty credentials of having worked at say a Third Phase of the Moon and instead was merely once the lowly aviation editor for “Bible of the defense industry,” Jane’s Defense Weekly. Nevertheless, let’s expand on what tips the scale of probabilities to cause Cook to say what he did.

  1. If you want to keep something secret, you typically don’t test it in front of 6,000 navy sailors and potential eyewitnesses.
  2. After 15-years of your secret technology being virtually unknown, you then don’t typically blast it all over the front page of The New York Times and make images of it readily available to anyone all over the world on YouTube.
  3. If it’s “your’s”, you typically wouldn’t organize a wide-spread disinformation campaign for the very secret technology no one was previously talking about, including requiring multiple different U.S. government agencies and individuals to publicly lie to the tax paying, and voting constituent, general public. Including, as we now know, AFOSI saying it’s not classified technology.

When it comes to the critical notion these events involve a series of mass misidentifications and misperceptions, in order for these skeptical theories to fit, one must isolate events, and fail to examine the entire incidents in totality.

Of course, none of this says the objects encountered by the U.S. Navy, are extraterrestrial. Instead, it merely suggests in the balance of logic and reason of available information, these events at the present, involve exactly what the overwhelming consensus has been from the beginning- something anomalous and unknown.

At the end of the day, hanging off the cliff of limited information and ambiguity, those well versed in AFOSI’s nefarious history of being the real “Men in Black” will shake their head and say, “Here we go.”

Conversely, others will say, “That settles it! It’s a classified Air Force program not alien visitors! Knew it the whole time.” Meanwhile, after everything I said earlier about government spokespersons, the more mundane explanation could simply be, Gough, or someone providing info to Gough, could have made a mistake.

Of course, The Pentagon could easily clear this all up, but sadly it appears they’ve had a relapse of UFO-laryngitis, and aren’t able to answer any UFO questions right now. Lets everyone keep them in our thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery.

Honestly, The Pentagon’s sudden mention of AFOSI in the mix with the Navy’s UFOs, is exactly what fascinates me with UFO subject. It doesn’t matter what it is. Nothing is simple, and the mysteries appear to be limitless.

Indeed the truth may be out there, but even then, there will very likely still be more questions.

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The possibility of Planet X being a ship planet

On September 8-10, 2020, several new videos were posted online by different accounts, in which people captured, as it seemed to them, Nibiru:

https://twitter.com/haigracekem/status/1303351672656150528?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Unfortunately, the authors of such videos do not always indicate the exact time of recordings, which makes them difficult to be verified, however, will base them on the date of September 8 and see what the telescopes showed on that day. 

The first service we will turn to for verification will be George Mason University, which kindly introduces the public to photographs of the Lasco C2 telescope:

 As you can see, to the right of the Sun (from the point of view of an observer on Earth), a coronal mass ejection slightly illuminated a round object. Perhaps, of course, we have seen this, so let’s turn to another source – the CACTus software, which was created to track solar flares:

Something round actually dangles near the Sun

Unfortunately, all telescopes are controlled by officials, and the officials, as we know, are tricky – this is clearly seen from the videos that they post to the public. The frame rate is one frame per hour or so – that is, the frames are carefully selected and filtered to those that can be shown to the masses, and those that should not be shown in any case. 

Fortunately, Mr. Planet X News, a nybirologist with twenty years of experience, has some kind of contacts with light adepts, and from time to time they leaked deleted frames to him. For example – frames for the same on September 8, time 12:24 or so:

Thus, it seems that there is now some kind of round object around the Sun, which makes a full revolution in aproximately 7 days. Therefore, one week it is seen to the right of the Sun, one week – to the left of the Sun. Therefore, everything seems to be clear. Nevertheless, both our readers and we, as honest researchers, have some questions. 

The first question is, why can’t we see Nibiru? Why is it not seen by billions of people? Why is it only seen occasionally? The answer to this question is obvious:

This is already a secondary question and is not the subject of this material, so we turn to the second question – Kepler’s laws. 

According to these laws, the planet under consideration, revolving around the star, moves not in a circle, but along an ellipse, in which two points are distinguished: perihelion is the point of the orbit closest to the Sun, and aphelion is the most distant point of the orbit.

 Nibiru, in theory, as if at perihelion

If we consider celestial mechanics, it is completely incomprehensible: how can Nibiru be in a circular orbit if it should rotate in an ellipse? The planets do not change their orbits – this is the law of astronomy. If Nibiru changed its orbit to a circular one and is now wandering somewhere between the Sun and Mercury, then it will not be able to return to an elliptical orbit and leave the solar system. Meanwhile, according to the legends, the mystery planet must leave us for five hundred years. It’s a direct, insoluble paradox. 

This kind of paradox can be resolved very simply if we assume that Nibiru is not just a planet, but a planet that has been turned into a spaceship. Once in a while, the Anunnaki visit the solar system – they slow down, descend from an elongated orbit to a circular one, fill their batteries from the sun, harvest on a farm, and then fly away on their own business – until the batteries are exhausted and the refrigerators run out of food. Then the cycle repeats. 

In the light of these considerations, a third question arises: when will the Anunnaki bask in the sun enough and begin to harvest? 

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The twin-sun phenomenon is becoming a frequent occurence

One of the strangest and most inexplicable phenomena of recent times has become the phenomenon of “two suns” that people see today so often that special tags were even allocated for the topic on video hosting sites.

One of the newest videos on this topic was a video shot in Colorado around August 23, 2020:

Another video shot on August 20 and deleted from YouTube for some reason, only screenshots remained:

You can have guesses whether it was a glare on the window, photoshop, Nibiru or something else, so we turn to the source where you don’t need to guess – to the NASA satellites, which show the following:

This photo baffles even the most famous Nybirologists, because the picture captures three hefty round objects at once, dangling around the Sun.

If the spots were monochromatic, one could say that these are some kind of artifacts. But on the objects, the illuminated side and the shadow side are clearly visible, with the illuminated sides turned towards the Sun. But what is this ?!

The first thing you can think about is that the Nibiru system is now somewhere relatively close to the Earth, between us and the Sun. The planets there are large, one of the satellites is assumed to be generally the size of Jupiter, so this system may have been captured by a satellite at close range.

The full video with a set of new photos from the solar observatory is given below:

We will not prove that all this is Nibiru and nothing else, since we are not interested in proving our rightness, but in the truth. And this truth can be very different from the generally accepted ideas about space:

Amateur astronomers have been looking at the Sun for a long time, finding from time there a lot of different wonderful things, but no one has yet seen the “flying horseshoe” there.

The horseshoe looks a lot like a ship with a very strange design that the directors came up with for the Alien trilogy and the movie “Prometheus”. The only thing that confuses is the size of the ships: they are simply gigantic, there are no such spaceships even in the movies.

Therefore, there are only two explanations for what is happening: either there is no “solar system” and the Earth is some kind of an asteroid fragment covered with a glass dome, under which people of microscopic size live, or this horseshoe-like alien ship flew somewhere relatively nearby and just got caught into the frame that turned out to be against the background of the sun. If we follow that theory, its dimensions are quite acceptable.

Which of the explanations for what is happening is more correct – you decide.

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A battery that can last 28000 years

Newatlas.com reports on August 25 that the Californian company NDB announced the creation of a truly revolutionary battery, which can hardly even be called a battery: it can last 28,000 years. 

At the heart of each energy cell is the isotope of carbon C-14, aka Carbon-14, aka radiocarbon or radiocarbon, pressed into a diamond. Beta decay produces nitrogen, an electron, and an electron antineutrino from radiocarbon. The electrons are captured by a local capacitor built around the cell, after which the electricity is led out into a common circuit.

Carbon-14 is radioactive and its main source is graphite from nuclear reactors, which for decades was considered a hazardous nuclear waste that cannot be disposed of. However, there is little graphite inside the energy cell and its radiation is comparable to Carbon-14, which is full in the body of every living being.

Nevertheless, the diamond cell itself is sealed in another layer of artificial diamond made of ordinary carbon and its radioactivity is reduced to zero.

NDB batteries will be the same size as lithium batteries. That is, to power the microcircuit, the battery will be the size of a microcircuit, to power the phone – the size of a phone, to power the car – the size of its trunk.

The news, of course, is sensational, however, so far no one has seen these miraculous batteries in the store and there is a likelihood of a divorce of investors for the loot, since the faces of the inventors do not inspire confidence:

Scientific teams of much larger size have been unsuccessfully fighting over the topic of such devices for decades. It is believed that they received such batteries back in the Third Reich, but the allies did not give them a go, since they prevented them from making money on oil. Of course, no one from the general public saw these Nazi batteries themselves, but everyone saw a photo of one of the German shipyards taken from an airplane in 1944. There were six submarines there, much like what we today call nuclear submarines: the shape and size there were about the same.

There are also several testimonies of sailors who met these boats in the ocean and tried to chase them unsuccessfully. None of this worked, since at the end of the 1940s, their speed and depth of diving were impossible – the USA, USSR, Britain and France learned to make such boats only in the 1960s.

The Third Reich did not have nuclear propulsion systems, otherwise they would have already appeared in the allies in 1947, therefore it is assumed that there were high-capacity batteries, which made it possible to build such huge boats. The Germans themselves made them or someone helped them – the researchers do not know.

Rumors about the imminent appearance on the market of some new super-duper-batteries have been circulating for at least ten years, but, for some reason, the presentation has been postponed.

However, if this time they are nevertheless merged, the world will face a real energy revolution. Although not only energetic. There is also a fairy tale about aliens who steal people, make diamonds out of them, and these diamonds then serve as a source of energy for UFOs.

Since such a concept of the engine somehow did not properly fit into our heads, many considered these words as unrealistic. However, as we can see, diamonds are already being made of people, and now there is also a technology to turn these diamonds into batteries with a life of 28,000 years.

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