The Philadelphia Experiment Art Bell 1993 interview with Al Bielek.
Al Bielek is a claimed survivor of the legendary Philadelphia Experiment and of the Montauk Project.
Excerpt from Synopsis of Al Bielek Interviews
When did this time machine get going?
Around 1979 or 1980 it was fully operational. This transmitter had enough power to warp space and time. The individual in the chair would have to synthesize the vortex function because they didn't have the technical capability to do that. It can now be mechanically synthesized. They did other things. They had the subject in the chair think of some creature, and the creature would materialize. They had the individual in the chair think of all the animals at Montauk point charging into town, and that's exactly what happened. They almost had the power to create a being. The problem they had was that what they created only stayed as long as the mind amplifier was on. The power was somewhere between gigawatts and terrawatts. Tremendous power. The vortex could have a diameter of about five miles.
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