We recently noted that America’s premiere, ever benign, loving and solidly-based-in-reality research agency, DARPA, is deeply (though quietly) involved in creating a workable guideline for a 100 year space voyage, aided by a few chrononauts.
Perhaps in the belief that DARPA may need to know in advance what they will discover at the end of their Lost in Space adventure, now comes an R&D operation based out of Austin, Texas 1 – Transception, Inc.
And what the hell might they be offering, we mused.
TRANSCEPTION INCORPORATED is a pioneer in the new frontier of mind itself, founded on the premise that (?foreign?) technology can be transferred lawfully from the state of nature from any place in the Universe, in time or space, using a team of highly trained/skilled Controlled Remote Viewers (CRVers).
At least by way of the Recommendation for Nomination for the Congressional Space Medal of Honor, submitted to the NASA Administrator on December 15, 2011, TRANSCEPTION has shown that technology can be transferred lawfully from the state of nature from any place in the Universe, in time or space, using a team of highly trained/skilled Controlled Remote Viewers. In sum, TRANSCEPTION INCORPORATED is an R&D company specializing in the exploitation of CRV and other methods to lawfully extract technology from the state of nature as a means for building, licensing, and enforcing its intellectual property (IP) portfolio of patents and copyrights. (via)
And indeed TI sent said missive, complete with exhibits (‘proof’) and the requisite government form, to NASA Administrator Charles Bolden 2, in support of their contention that the crew of Apollo 16 were the first (documented) humans to ‘contact’ an alien race and thus deserved the Congressional Space Medal of Honor.
Specialists working at TRANSCEPTION, INC confirmed this by means of remote viewing.
I gotta tell you, more and more, especially in an election year when everyone involved is soooooooooo positive (that they need to be elected), I want to be some part of this. And as a current Fed (with bonus past military points), I would have a better than average chance at grabbing an opening (should one arise) there. There’s just one little problem…
I’ve no clue as to what planet DARPA exists on.
- This alone should give one pause; R&D/tech startups in Austin are as ubiquitous as the Congress bridge bats. Unlike the bats, however, many of these fold within 6 months. ↩
- And everyone else remotely related to the original spaceflight, as well as their dogs. BUT…no cats! Remember: cats are to be destroyed on sight. ↩