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Anti-Gravity in the U.K.

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 Anti-Gravity in the U.K.2003-02-16 23:10
by Flemming Funch

Here's a wild story that might possibly shed some light on why the U.K. and Australia are so dogged in their support for the U.S. war plans, for no obvious good reason. Anti-gravity. Apparently both the U.K. and Australia are involved in a very hush-hush anti-gravity project with the U.S., and might have been promised that they can have the technology too, if they play nicely enough. Doesn't sound all crazy to me. There must be something of that magnitude at play, for those governments to risk everything, and go against the very stong opinions of their populations in backing a war that doesn't have a reason.

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