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Who is AAWSAP DIRD author, Dr. Richard Obousy?

Maybe you’ve heard about the pentagon’s UFO program, AATIP,  the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification program. How about AAWSAP, the Advanced Aerospace Weapon System Applications Program? Along with Robert Bigelow’s BAASS & NIDS, as well as Tom Delonge’s To The Stars Academy of Arts and Science, these programs have been able to bring something to the public that has never happened in the history of the United States Government, confirmation that UFOs exist. There’s more to it, though. Not only have the public received UFO/UAP/AAV confirmation, we have also received ground breaking scientific research from some of the best minds in the world.  Some of the research was documented in Defense Intelligence Reference Documents, or DIRDs. The DIRDs were written to try to understand how AAVs could work and what current and future technology would be used to do so. One paper, coauthored by Dr. Richard Obousy and the legendary Dr. Eric Davis is, “Warp Drive, Dark Energy, and the Manipulation of Extra Dimensions.” This is a United States government commissioned report, not Star Trek. The report’s creator has flown under the radar, even after the document was leaked with his name on the front page for the world to see.

Dr. Richard Obousy is a physicist who is accustomed to forward thinking since he is the director of Icarus Interstellar, a non-profit aimed at achieving interstellar travel . Dr. Obousy spent time at the UK’s Defense Evaluation and Research Agency (DERA) as a radar physicist.  He appeared in the history channel show, “The Universe,” season 6, during the episode “UFOs: The Real Deal.”

In 2000, Dr. Obousy was the co-author of a paper for the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society titled, “Searching for Extant Life on Mars – The ATP-Firefly Luciferin Luciferase Technique.”

He also has a series of informative videos that shed light on his work.

An interview from 2013:

Lectures:

And my favorite, an amazing series of episodes:

I hope to hear more from Dr. Obousy in the future and will be following his work, as well as Icarus Interstellar.

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