‘Alien tech’ found by Blink 182 singer Tom DeLonge could be scrap from Roswell UFO crash, former government ET expert claims


A STRANGE piece of metal reportedly found by a band of alien hunters may be the remnants of the so-called Roswell UFO crash, according to one ET expert.

Bonkers US group To the Stars Academy of Arts & Sciences claimed last week that its experts had gotten hold of a strange “material” with properties like nothing on Earth.

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A group of alien hunters bankrolled by an ex-punk rocker claim this “exotic material” has properties like nothing on Earth[/caption]

Speaking to the New York Times, a spokesperson confirmed the group had acquired “exotic material samples from UFOs.”

They declined to give further details, but said their researchers were conducting tests to determine if the tech was extraterrestrial.

Bankrolled by Tom DeLonge, former singer of punk band Blink-182, To the Stars Academy formed in 2017, and has made some pretty big finds before.

The team famously turfed up classified footage of UFOs recorded by American pilots that was confirmed as real by the US Navy earlier this month.

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Nick Pope investigated UFOs for the Ministry of Defence in the 1990s[/caption]

If their latest claims stand up, the unusual “material” promises to rewrite the course of human history, according to alien expert Nick Pope.

“If true, this takes us beyond hearsay and into the realm of something that can literally be taken into a laboratory and tested,” he told The Sun.

“I’ve heard rumours about this for some time. Variously described as ‘mystery metals’ or – more properly –  ‘metamaterials’, the suggestion is that the materials show properties not found on Earth. “What hasn’t been explained is whether this material comes from government sources and relates to incidents like the alleged UFO crash at Roswell, or whether they’re just samples handed in by members of the public who’ve found an odd-looking piece of metal, and think there’s a UFO connection.”

Rocker DeLonge’s organisation first made a claims about a strange material back in July.

The group’s Twitter account wrote that researchers had acquired “potentially exotic materials featuring properties not from any known existing military or commercial application.”

DeLonge’s team most famously turfed up classified footage of UFOs (pictured) recorded by American pilots that were confirmed as real by the US Navy earlier this month

To the Stars Academy has not yet provided proof to back up this claim.

Pope, who investigated UFOs for the Ministry of Defence in the 1990s, said laboratory tests must be carried out on the material to determine if the tech is truly alien.

“This should be testable in a way that’s entirely consistent with the scientific method,” Pope told The Sun.

“Techniques such as isotopic ratio analysis and X-ray diffraction can be used and would be able to tell us without doubt whether there was anything otherworldly about these alloys.

“At that point, if the claims check out, all this can be written up in a scientific paper, peer-reviewed, and published in a top journal.

“Nobel prizes and a complete rewrite of human history would follow.”

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Former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge formed a group committed to hunting aliens in 2017[/caption]

It’s not clear precisely who’s working for DeLonge’s group, or whether their research will be peer reviewed, so we’d take their claims with a hefty pinch of salt for now.

According to its website, the academy is a “collaboration between academia, industry and pop culture to advance society’s understanding of scientific phenomena and its technological implications.”

Most famously, the group got the US Navy to admit to several UFO sightings near US military institutions going back several years.

They led to the astonishing reports which in May revealed Navy pilots had near-daily interactions with mysterious flying objects in 2014 and 2015.

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DeLonge’s group say they’ve found “exotic UFO material”[/caption]

Across several interviews, pilots described objects moving at hypersonic speeds and performing acts “beyond the physical limits of a human crew”.

Lieutenant Ryan Graves said he saw “strange objects” with “no visible engine or infared exhaust plumes” reaching at least 30,000 feet and flying at hypersonic speeds almost daily while training off the aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt.

Graves, an F/A-18 Super Hornet pilot who has been with the Navy for 10 years, told The New York Times: “These things would be out there all day.

“Keeping an aircraft in the air requires a significant amount of energy.

“With the speeds we observed, 12 hours in the air is 11 hours longer than we’d expect.”

In other ET news, UFOs could be “time machines” manned by humans from the future, according to one scientist.

New Nasa photo of Bennu doomsday asteroid is ‘littered with alien tech’, conspiracy theorists claim.

And, Nasa has released its best photos of yet of Bennu.

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