As most of you know, I've been following the story of 3-d Printing on this website, with an eye especially toward two aspects of the developing story (three aspects, if you count the fact that the mem of 3d printing appears to be the latest thing being pushed in the elite playbook): (1) the idea that 3d printing represents an attempt to retrench and revitalize North America as a decentralized manufacturing base, and (2) the idea that 3d printing comes ultimately out of the black projects world, and represents a technology with peculiar and huge implications for space programs.

Now there is this intriguing story (and my thanks to all the people who sent me this one):

NASA develops 3D printing factory in space

Now, notice first the usual suspects: the meme of "we don't have anything but rockets," and "this will increase cost effectiveness":

"Currently spacecraft components are designed to be built on the ground and folded up to fit inside a rocket shroud. The process is complicated, expensive and limited by the availability and size of existing rockets.

"Hoyt added: 'This radically different approach to building space systems will enable us to create antennas and arrays that are tens-to-hundreds of  times larger than are possible now, providing higher power, higher bandwidth, higher resolution, and higher sensitivity for a wide range of space missions.'

"The technology would allow NASA to use far smaller rockets to deliver components to the orbiting factory, which could be used to manufacture trusses to hold solar arrays and solar sails, antennas and masts of almost unlimited size. TUI's website suggests that kilometre-long trusses or football-field sized sails could be produced."

So why all this fuss over 3d printing and manufacturing in space? Oddly, the article begins with a mind-blowing statement, whose implications are quickly dissipated in the fog of rockets and cost effectiveness:

"NASA is developing an orbiting factory that will use 3D printing and robots to fabricate giant structures such as antennas and solar arrays of up to a kilometre in length, as part of its ongoing search for extra-terrestrial life."

Say what?

We're gonna build structures  in space a whole kilometer in length? Using robots and 3d printing? And all of this to look for extraterrestrial life? Is this kilometer long structure going to be some sort of super-telescope? Why not a linear particle accelerator?

Why not one of those big triangular UFO thingies that so many people say humans are incapable of building?

I've said it before, and I'll say it again: I think what we are being told about 3d printing publicly is the tip of a very large black projects iceberg, and that the capabilities probably exceed what we already know, and perhaps dramatically so. And that raises the prospect and possibility that all those trillions of dollars and quadrillions in derivatives, and trillions in that hidden off-the-books system of finance and rehypothecated gold - not to mention collateralized asteroids - can buy you a heck of a lot of 3d printers, kilometer-long particle accelerators, and floating triangles...

See you on the flip side.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. pugetopolis on September 14, 2013 at 5:16 pm

    “many SQEs
    exist for conducting
    research within a race.”
    —William C. Treurniet
    Human Exposure to a Synthetic
    Quantum Environment /April, 2013

  2. duncan mckean on September 13, 2013 at 9:35 pm

    human beings determine the value GNP/gold/oil industrial capacity etc.of what is called money.the infrastructure to enable so much value would have to permeate the planet? is it hiding in plane sight? is this what makes the break away civilization the grand ????

  3. marcos toledo on September 13, 2013 at 8:59 am

    More obsolete technology being doled out to NASA again. How long have our Elites have had the technology to make us a true spacefaring species. Since perhaps the premiere of the first Star Trek series or Forbidden Planet. All we gotten is one expensive war after another a waste of lives, money and influence for good what a fine legacy to the future thank you psyochpaths

  4. henry on September 13, 2013 at 8:55 am

    “I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I think what we are being told about 3d printing publicly is the tip of a very large black projects iceberg, and that the capabilities probably exceed what we already know, and perhaps dramatically so.”
    “The reasons for this enormous scale of funding are, I have argued,rather simple. Within the culture of plausible deniability and full spectrum dominance,the UFO presented a challenge to both those aspects of the breakaway civilization’s culture, simply because it presented capabilities that, if interpreted from the Kardashev measure of civilization types,evidenced abilities of at least a Class One civilization, i.e.,a civilization requiring the energy of an entire planet,and thus implying the ability to manipulate systems of a planetary scale.
    Such a scale, i have argued, implied that the economic response to the phenomenon be commensurate with the need to develop emulative technologies, and that as the technological capacity of emulation grows, so too does the scale of finance and secrecy.”
    After achieving “technological parity”, the breakaway civilization would need to achieve “production parity” as well, and “3D-printing” is the evidence for the latter.Then it means not only the capabilities of the technology dramatically exceed what’s known to the public, it also means the breakaway civilization has the option and capability to escalate the conflict with UFOs from a “cold war” to a “hot war”.
    One only need to throw in some Ed Grimsley, Kerry Cassidy, James Casbolt and Fukushima to see 3D-printing is perhaps not just about Lego Star Wars.

    • Sagnacity on September 14, 2013 at 7:07 am

      Perhaps there is secret gear based on a better understanding of matter than is publicly available; the destruction of the World Trade Center sure suggests this is so. However the reverse of that destruction, the possibility of using patterns of quantum foam to build matter is significantly different than 3D printing today.

      3D printing may be suggestive of being able to quickly materialize whatever–like the food replicators in the original Star Trek series. However for such materialization to work a differing comprehension of matter is needed. And it’s less like printing bit by bit and more like forming whole. And that understanding of the wholeness is a barrier right now.

      At a minimum those using a hypothetical replicator would need a stable quantum computer and more importantly have ignored much of “science”. So not likely on some NASA project.

      Suspect whatever Kerry Cassidy is claiming.

      • henry on September 16, 2013 at 9:49 pm

        “Suspect whatever Kerry Cassidy is claiming.”
        That’s what i actually do with her, but I can still “reverse engineer” her story, As “disinformations” may well contain threads of “truth”.
        Here is how, James Casbolt claimed so called “China gate” in 2008, guess what happened in that year, Great Sichuan Earthquake.
        Ed Grimsley introduced a woman during Secret Space Program Conference in Amsterdam back in 2011, who has military ties and was collaborating the so called “China gate” story, guess what happened in 2011, Fukushima.
        As matter of fact, the suggestion that Fukushima is somehow connected to “China gate” was made by the man brought the “China gate” story in the first place.
        Kerry Cassidy has some “useful informations” not even she herself really gets it.
        As to the possible “ET” connection, in Fukushima’s case, Sakuraijima is manifestation of a high-tech conflict to me.
        As in the case of Sichuan earthquake+”China gate”, here is a thing i noticed, the ancient Chinese legend of “celestial raft” is based in the area where earthquake struck in 2008(around the city of Chengdu). Incidentally it hosts the Sanxingdui (“three star mounds”) culture which is speculated to have certain “Egyptian influence” by mainstream scholars. Not to mention the site is located close to the latitude where one’ll locate pyramids complex at Giza and Teotihuacan, and allegedly it also resembles “Orion’s belt”.
        “Cosmo-politics” is probably more complex than geopolitics, if one can’t figure out the latter its better they don’t try cosmo-politics, by that i mean you are right to suspect Kerry Cassidy.

  5. Margaret on September 13, 2013 at 8:34 am

    I’m wondering if this technology is already being used to build those mysterious huge, black, floating triangles seen at night and reported as UFOs … Art Bell said he and Ramona had seen one …

  6. Frankie Calcutta on September 13, 2013 at 7:44 am

    I’m wondering if a good deal of the Pentagon’s budget, which is equal to the budgets of 45 of the largest defense spending nations in the world including Russia, China, Germany, and Japan, has gone mostly into these black projects leaving the US ‘s Earth based military machine a facade? It would be one explanation why the US ran out of bullets one year into the Iraq war. The other explanation being this was planned in advance so the US would be forced to buy bullets from Israel at ridiculously high prices (and undoubtedly Israel received the same bullets from the US for free earlier).

    Whether it is on account of rampant corruption or off planet or below ground black projects siphoning off its budget, my guess is the US military does not have the war fighting capabilities it appears to have.

    • Sagnacity on September 14, 2013 at 6:55 am

      No, Rumsfeld, Cheney, etc all thought the Iraq war and occupation was going to be easy and cheap, and wouldn’t let anyone at the Pentagon say otherwise. It’s well documented that Rumsfeld forced the resignation of the general who told congress that occupying Iraq would require half a million troops. Hence not enough bullets and no planning for a back up source.

      And no secretly neither Cheney nor Rumsfeld thought invading Iraq and occupying it was a was to fulfill some endtime christer fantasy of purifying the earth. So no they didn’t envision starting some giant war for which there’d never be enough bullets etc.

      • Frankie Calcutta on September 22, 2013 at 10:03 am


        preposterous. A military that was designed and equipped for major two front wars as standard Pentagon strategy for these last twenty years, not to mention the decades of cold war before that where we were prepared for a global war with Russia on multiple fronts. And this same military runs out of bullets in one year with less than 100,000 soldiers on the ground, and a minority of that number infantry? I’m not buying it. Sounds like the Tel Aviv hustle to me. Zionist agents in the US pilfer the US ammo supply and ship it off to Israel. More zionist agents make sure the US military is under supplied in bullets. The US gets into combat and runs short of bullets as planned. Zionist agents then make sure the US procures much needed bullets from Israel at the seller’s price.

        War is a zionist’s harvest.

        • Frankie Calcutta on September 22, 2013 at 10:17 am

          When the US has its Battle of Salamis moment, outwitted no doubt by the modern day incarnation of Themistocles Vladimir Putin, the people will demand a scapegoat. who do you think that is going to be?

  7. Sagnacity on September 13, 2013 at 6:08 am


    “Why not a linear particle accelerator?”

    Because trusses made of one material are much much much easier to build and right now 3D printers only work with one or two materials at a time, and very very very slowly. (Then in space there are all sorts of lubrication problems that robots and 3D printers would encounter–oil don’t stick in a vacuum.)

    All of the same limitations and problems apply when attempting to build other complex things in space, like a giant space ship.

    Now a base on say Mars could really use a 3D printer.

    Then 70 years ago, Jacques Fresco pointed out that gantry cranes could be used to effectively “print” out say a concrete building. I’m sure he pointed out the possibility of using this gear on say the moon or Mars–giant glass buildings say. However it’s not gear that can print much more than the shell. (Fresco is still alive and has a webpage and a Wikipedia page.)

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