Meanwhile, In Space, Russia & China Up The Ante…

Dr Joseph P. Farrell
July 20, 2016

Yesterday you’ll recall that I blogged about the claims of Russian scientists – delivered in Geneva in a context rich with symbolism as if to underscore those claims – to have discovered a new means of the outright transmutation of any element into other elements, using processes that are biological in nature, and therefore, suggestively “alchemical” in nature. You’ll recall that these scientists also made direct reference of the applicability of this technology to space, since it would allow ordinary raw materials to be “transmuted” into fuel for propulsion systems. This announcement was made, additionally, within the same time frame that the Russians made an announcement about a plasma engine for space propulsion, according to this article shared by Mr. J.H:

Russia to Create New Powerful Plasma Rocket Engine – Roscosmos

The plasma engine story is intriguing in an of itself, in that it appears to be a version of similar engines that have appeared in the West, with one exception: Russia’s Roscosmos appears to be willing to invest in it, meaning that the Russians have tested the concept and that it appears to have enough promise to pursue more vigorously. The timing of the announcement, within a couple of months of the transmutation announcement in Geneva, however, suggests that Russia is orchestrating an campaign of such announcements, perhaps partly in conjunction to enhance its geopolitical status.

One of these announcements concerns new plans for joint Russo-Chinese Moon and Mars missions, and in this context, China is also making statements about commercial ventures on the Moon. We’ll get to the latter in a moment, but here’s the announcement about Chinese-Russian Mars cooperation(shared by Ms. M.W.):

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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”.