First Rob Lowe, and now Zachary Quinto will be throwing his celeb tin-foiled hat into the field of the unexplained.Read More
This weekend you may have seen a spike in coverage regarding the UFO phenomena. Mainstream outlets like the New York Times, which first "broke" the story, the Washington Post, MSNBC and others all have picked up on the Times expose that confirms what we've all known for years ; the Pentagon had a secret UFO program and the To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science Gimbal footage release, which is the first "official" video evidence released by the U.S. government.Read More
Disclosure is always a hot topic in the UFO community that often continues to drive the divide, rather bridge the gap in Ufology.
For some, nothing short of full disclosure is considered a failure. For others, disclosure is an ongoing process that may never come to full fruition. The moment we accept the latter argument, the easier this all becomes.Read More
Tom DeLonge's announcement of the To The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science was met with a mixed back from the UFO community; supporters of DeLonge were on board and the announced initiative didn't sway any detractors.Read More
Tom DeLonge's big announcement is the formation of To The Stars Academy Of Arts and Science, which promises to focus on synergistic divisions of science, aerospace, and entertainment. DeLonge is joined by an impressive list of former government officials from national security and the scientific community to help push the progress forward in research, advanced technology and "informative storytelling," which is likely where the "Sekret Machines" fiction and non-fiction franchises fit.Read More