While the world has been focussed on the BREXIT vote and its implications, including (now) all the talk in the UK about why and how the referendum should be disregarded - after all, the "elites" think they're "elite"; why should they pay any attention to the public or silly things like votes and referenda - there have been some very interesting stories regarding space and technology, and the "strange stuff" I like to write about and that readers here come to expect. One of the many soace-and-technology-related stories I saw this past week was this one, shared by Ms. K.M., and I thought this one was a stunner, if one lets the implications soak in:

Russia aims to develop 'teleportation' in 20 years

Note what this is really all about: it's about a strategic development plan in which teleportation of information is a component of a wider strategic plan to expand Russia's computer technology, software, security, and yes, cyber-warfare capacity:

Now a Kremlin-backed research program is seeking to make the teleportation technology behind Captain Kirk’s transporter a reality.

A proposed multi-trillion pound strategic development program drawn up for Vladimir Putin would seek to develop teleportation by 2035


The $2.1 trillion (£1.4 trillion) “road map” for development of the cybernetics market to 2035 also includes developing a Russian computer programming language, secure cybernetic communications, quantum computing, and neural interfaces (direct connections between computers and human brains), Kommersant reported.

And note that Russia, in true "keep up with DARPA fashion" wants to have its own transhumanist interface technological capacity, and the same holds true for the emphasis on quantum computing.

But why quantum computing and this emphasis on teleportation? This may be a case of "you tell me," but in my daily dose of high octane speculation, I suspect that at least some of the motivation behind Russia's technology strategic development plan is stemming from its economic development plans with China, and about that all-important need that the BRICSA bloc has to put into place systems of international financial clearing that are (1) secure and (2) independent of the USSA or any of the current Western systems, i.e., independent of CHIPS and SWIFT. Tthe reason is rather obvious, for we've seen in the past few weeks stories concerning the hacking of various western banks by the group Anonymous and others, up to, and including, central banks. It does not require much imagination to see a potential nightmare scenario from this, for extrapolate the occasional hacking incident here or there to a full shut-down of the i9nternational clearing system and you get the idea. Simillarly, it can be argued that the West's own developments in these areas is also likewise in all probability motivated by similar considerations.

What is thus intriguing to contemplate here is that, from one point of view, the build out of such systems of clearing, and the build- out of cyber-security technologies - which quantum computing and teleportation would surely be - adds redundancy to an international financial clearing system that is not necessarily a bad thing, both from the security point of view and from the competition point of view.

And recall that Japan recently allowed Russia access to its JCB clearing system, the dominant system in use in the western Pacific. One might look for some interesting developments in the area of Russo-Japanese cooperation in these areas of technological development, for with Russia courting Japanese investments in Siberia, expect such technological collaboration to be front and center on the agenda, though both countries will quietly downplay it.

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. Jerry Greelis on June 29, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    I believe this teleportation development is a smoke screen also. It is a gimmick to get the resources to really develop the Information Technology.

    Was glad to see T.J. bring up Ben Rich’s claims of having the ‘means’ to reach the stars and the capability to take ETs back home (as if they would need us). One should realize many think Mr. Rich was just joking in his speech; especially since he made the claim their propulsion operated in the same fashion as ESP works. He was alluding to real teleportation with the ESP propulsion. When looking at the feasibility and his careful wording, which Peter Merlin, states he was always on script, which definitely makes sense since with his background and clearances, one can read he was not joking! On his deathbed (doubtful joking then) claiming ETs are real and so are UFOs – both theirs and ours.

    I am the most writer on teleportation on Quora, having a patent for Low Energy Technology for Real Object Teleportation and working on a patent using teleporting for propulsion. Yes, I know it is impossible, but only by using the ‘closed’ Physics being taught and used today.

    The article on Russia to develop teleportation using QM is a joke! The U.S. military very possibly already has teleportation (not quantum teleportation using ‘entanglement’) and they would be using an ‘open’ physics to develop it

    If one is interested, here is an answer to a question: will we achieve interstellar travel:

  2. goshawks on June 27, 2016 at 8:18 pm

    j stone gives the answer to why Russia is pouring money into computer tech: Built-in ‘backdoors’ in both hardware and software. Obviously, Russia has taken a hard look at buying Western tech-gear and come to the conclusion that those are inherently ‘insecure’. So, the only way out of this corner is to develop their own computer tech completely from scratch. This is way-expensive, but it is the only way to have a reasonable chance at cyber-security…

    As long as you are having to start-over from scratch, why not turn your scientists on to exotic R&D? Most people do not know that America’s stealth technology is a direct result of the equations in a paper written by a Russian scientist. Some American spook read that paper, combined those equations with advancing computer power, and the practicality of stealth became apparent. Credit is rarely given to the Russian source…

    Russian scientists have an advantage over American scientists. The Americans are tightly-confined within the current scientific dogma. There is little chance of ‘breakout’ solutions. The Russians are willing to go into wild, far-out speculations. Most of those die a deserved death, but some prove-out into unlooked-for advances.

    I see this ‘cornucopia’ of funding in the above lights…

  3. Sandygirl on June 27, 2016 at 6:53 pm

    The oligarchs are busy playing who gets to rule the world.

    I also found this article interesting:
    maybe it’s the chemicals they add to the fuel to make chemtrails.

    • Not Convinced on June 29, 2016 at 11:38 am

      The chemtrail components are not added to the jet fuel. The thick white goop is sprayed into the rear jet engine nozzle where it is very hot, otherwise the engine would be clogged and the plane would fall. It is till the same old JP-40 fuel that is used, with no additives. I must admit it would be better if the planes would fall, because the pilots signed the non- disclosure agreement and in the process betrayed us all just to keep their jobs.

  4. T.J. on June 27, 2016 at 4:16 pm

    Given Joseph’s & our usual “high octane speculation”[TM], can we not speculate and/or assume that, if Russia is announcing a teleportation development program, then teleportation systems may already exist (or probably do).

    Of course, popular & semi-credible Secret Space Program (SSP) whistleblowers already say that the German-U.S.+ SSP already has teleportation technologies.

    Many of us close to U.S. & other intel boys & girls hear on a regular basis that most/all Sci-Fi is based on already existing technologies. For example, what Ben Rich said about ‘already having the technology to take ET home’…

  5. marcos toledo on June 27, 2016 at 10:36 am

    Finally things are picking up the technological stagnation of the last forty years is fading. The twenty first century is arriving though a bit late this should have arrived by 2001. Beam me up Scotty though I wonder why the bankers are pimping the cashless society meme with all these security problems that can derail their plans.

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