Chinese Black Projects

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    All governments have black projects. America has their Skunkworks, Raytheon, Lockheed-Martin and Boeing. They have antigravity technology, advanced particle beam weaponry, earthquake machines, and more. The X22A, X33A, TR3-B are some examples of such crafts. Germany surely has these, since it was the Nazis who developed them first. The other NATO countries surely have these as well.

    What is known of China's black projects? I hear they experiment in the area near the Himalayas.
     
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    earthquake machines?? C'mon now... Can you furnish some proof.
     
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    http://www.cftc.gov/ucm/groups/public/@lrfederalregister/documents/frcomment/08-004c002.pdf
    This is an excellent document to read. It is on a .gov website, so one can reasonably say it is not frivolous.

    In addition, we should remember that the U.S. military said that they wished to have the ability to control the weather on a battlefield by 2025. It's quite certain they already have the technology.

    "HAARP" is one of the American earthquake machines. I'm not sure if HAARP is the actual facility, because allegedly it's only a cover for the real deal in Poker Flats. There are at least two more of these. They don't actually cause earthquakes, but add stress to existing regions with built up tensions, and release and magnify it into an earthquake.
     
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    Not sure that document is real. I went to U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission did a search and could not find it.

    There is a HAARP faclicity in Alaska but...

    HAARP Myths

     
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    Geeze, he listed antigravity technology, and you want proof on earthquake machines??? O_O
     
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    Hush, the Stargate program needs to be kept secret.
     
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    [video=youtube;POl6n2VArBw]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POl6n2VArBw[/video]
    Action starts at 2:30. Invisibility cloak. American soldier of some sort.
     
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    Yeah, um...no

    There's a difference between black projects. There are those that are real and physically possible (like stealth fighters), and there is conspiracy theorist black projects that are crazy (here we have genetically engineered cyborgs on the battlefield, super-hyper-stardestroying lasers, antimatter guns, antigravity, the AIDS-conspiracy, alien technology etc). They may exist (the projects), in that they manage to dig up some money to continue looking into but, but noone takes it seriously and don't consider it important in this age.
     
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    Humm? Musta missed that one. People need to stop smoking weed before they post..:D

    In all seriousness people need to do a little research before they post wild statements such as posted in post#3
     
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    How are any of those things listed crazy?

    "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic."
    - Arthur Clarke

    Y'all are no fun.
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