Through a ufology Facebook post, we learned of a revolutionary telescopic technology, the Santilli telescope, developed by Dr. Ruggero Santilli, a specialist in theoretical physics, based out of Florida. A new report had been published in the American Journal of Modern Physics and the Santilli telescope was being used not only to detect antimatter-light, galaxies, cosmic rays and asteroids, but ITEs as well. ITEs being Invisible Terrestrial Entities, or entities in our terrestrial environment that are invisible to our eyes.
An investment was made in this telescopic system, and would also involve the integration of new higher resolution 4K camera systems and monitors. There was a definite shift to really take our skywatching technical game up a full level.
We spent 4 days with Ruggero, on site in Pensacola, Florida, conducting a series of tests with both the 70mm and 150mm models of the telescope, many across from the Naval Air Station. We learned a great deal about telescopes and lenses and it broadened our technical understanding as well. Many of our tests were both inconclusive as well as frustrating.
We continued to use the Santilli telescope system, in the field, visiting a handful of prime energy sites, like the Bruce Nuclear Generating Station.
However, with no conclusive results, after over a year in the field, we had hit a crossroad with both our overall research and skywatching.