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A SITUATION REPORT ON OUR ACQUISITION OF ADVANCED

TECHNOLOGY AND INTERACTION WITH ALIEN CULTURES

One thing that the NSA will not reveal is the
magnitude of their advancement in theoretical
mathematics and cryptography. It is estimated
that the NSA is about 200 years ahead of the rest
of the world in mathematical theory. This not
only allows them to break any code devised
outside of the NSA, but to devise codes which
cannot be broken.

A tiny part of this advancement is due to an
intensive mathematics research program commenced
in the 1960s. Fermat's Last Theorem was proven
conclusively in 1964, but only those in the NSA
know of it. Some 2,000 theorems and lemmas, all
numbered and classified, have arisen. At least a
dozen branches of theoretical mathematics such as
flag theory, superspace theory, interstice
theory, match theory and quantum logic have been
developed, and yet not only has the outside world
never heard of them, but the NSA has been
deliberately inserting disinformation into
textbooks, research papers, et cetera to keep
everybody else off the trail.

Most of this advancement has been achieved with
outside help. In 1973, during the Nixon
Administration, the NSA hooked up fith the Jason
Society, the top-secret body that liaises with
the extraterrestrial beings known as the Grays.

This gave them an immediate infusion of
mathematical theory, as the grays have developed
mathematics to a level which we cannot completely
comprehend. In return, the grays were given two
more bases in New Mexico and a 15% increase in
the number of people that they may abduct per
year for analysis and extraction of vital fluids.

The Grays have renegged on their abduction quota
agreement, and are abducting many more people
than before. Most of these are returned, after
being implanted with a device which allows the
grays to have total control over their thoughts
and actions. Approximately 40% of Americans now
carry one of these devices, which are impossible
to remove without killing the host.

Richard E. Mallinson