Hey /x/, let's talk about Battelle Memorial Institute and UFOs. Battelle's this huge non-profit organization based in Ohio. They're a 501c3, but they're not your typical charity. They're into all sorts of scientific and tech research, and they handle labs for the Department of Energy. Despite being a non-profit, they pull in a whopping 6.1 billion in revenue. Makes you wonder, right?
>Battelle is classified under the Atomic Secrets Classification system, which is outside of the Executive and State Department. Because it's a 501(c)(3), it's not subject to >Freedom of Information (FOI) requests and operates outside the normal channels of government and business.
Now comes this guy named David Charles Grusch who's been stirring the pot stating that the U.S. government and defense contractors have been picking up pieces of non-human tech for years. He's talking about stuff that's out of this world, literally and figuratively.
So, where does Battelle fit into all this? Well, if Grusch is right and there's alien tech to be studied, who better than a major scientific research institute like Battelle?
>What if Battelle isn't just a research institute? What if they're a shadow agency, working behind the scenes on stuff that's way out there?
Think about it. Battelle's got their fingers in a lot of pies. They're handling labs for the Department of Energy, they're pulling in billions in revenue, and they're involved in all sorts of advanced research. And they're a non-profit, which means they don't have to answer to shareholders, goverment bureocracy or worry about making a profit. They can focus on the research.