Tom DeLonge’s Company, To The Stars, Launches The Adam Research Project
by John Aubert
By idobi Staff |
August 15, 2018 at 1:14 PM
For a long time skepticism and waits for disclosure have clouded Tom DeLonge’s newest venture, To The Stars… Academy of Arts and Science. Now it seems to be on the road to sharing something soon with The ADAM Research Project.
On Wednesday (8/15), TTS released a video titled “The ADAM Research Project Begins”. In the flick you see multiple high-rated officials working alongside DeLonge while carrying a mysterious briefcase that is claimed to be holding “Tier 1 priority resources” of unknown origin. The company released a statement with the video claiming the project “will focus on the collection and scientific evaluation of material samples obtained through reliable reports of advanced aerospace vehicles of unknown origin.”
Is To The Stars… Academy of Arts and Science onto something big? Make your opinion by watching the trailer below.
From To The Stars… Academy of Arts & Science:
From time to time, various sources have collected material samples reported to have come from advanced aerospace vehicles of unknown origin (popularly known as UAP – Unidentified Aerial Phenomena – or UFOs.) Those sources include private citizens, foreign aerospace investigatory committees, aerospace operators and government organizations. As these materials have come to light, they can be made available for inspection.
Given the potential significance of such findings, To The Stars Academy has made it a Tier-1 priority to use its resources to subject these materials to detailed and rigorous scientific evaluation whenever feasible. As soon as TTS Academy is notified that materials are available, a thorough effort will be made to document their origin and credibility, followed by the establishment of chain-of-custody procedures and ownership protocols. In addition to reviewing the materials for their potential significance as evidence of exotic origin, the analysis will evaluate materials for such characteristics as exceptional strength, lightweight build and any unusual advanced properties that potentially could contribute to the development of exciting new technologies in the future.
As a first step, TTS Academy has established a contract with EarthTech International, Inc., (www.earthtech.org) a well-respected research think tank in Austin, Texas, to evaluate the properties of the available materials. Under the leadership of Dr. Harold E. Puthoff, a former Senior Advisor and Subcontractor to the Pentagon’s AATIP program (Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program) and current VP of Technology for TTS Academy, EarthTech is well-positioned to head up this materials research plan.