Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Superhacker queried about NASA finds

ZDNet UK today published an interview with super hacker Gary McKinnon - currently at the center of an extradition battle following his breaking into US DoD and NASA computers. (Previous story here.) UFO-related highlights include these comments:

So when you were searching for extraterrestrial life how did you feel about it? Was it just fun?
It was mainly very, very boring. ... as soon as I controlled a network I ran a file-searching program looking for keywords in files. So it was exciting every time you did turn up something, which only happened a few times ...

Was the fun part just in being where you are not supposed to be?
Yes. There is a definite illicit thrill that didn't last very long. The issues around the UFO thing, as I discovered more and learned more, became much more serious. Eventually it became all about the issue of suppressed technology. I know for a fact that they [the USA] have antigravity and the basic quantum-physical mechanics of having antigravity imply a free source of energy, getting energy direct from the vacuum.

So the US has have developed an antigravity device?
Yes. Recently, I think two years ago, Boeing Aerospace announced that they were putting $50m (£28m) into investigating antigravity research. For me, the timing was interesting because I think it is something they already have, but it’s not general knowledge ...

On Saturday, The Guardian published an interview with Mckinnon in which he said, "I found a list of officers' names under the heading 'Non-Terrestrial Officers'."

A "Free Gary" website has been set up to fight his extradition to the US. (Photo via BBC News)


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