Although the Project Chameleo concept is often met with a high degree of incredibility, other great inventions of the past have encountered similar problems. For example, take a look at the life and works of Nikola Tesla, a maligned man far ahead of his time:

Tesla Memorial Society of New York

     Orthodox scientists and academicians are often quick to criticize and slow to recognize greatness in their fields. They also often like to imitate achievements of others and fail to give adequate credit to the real innovators

Technology took a giant leap in the two decades following the UFO crash at Roswell…could we have had some outside help?

See Lt. Col. Corso’s most fascinating expose:

The Day After Roswell – Lt. Col. Corso

For the latest on electronic warfare see:

JED Online

See references to Project Chameleo at:

ViewZone Magazine

For information on some little known inventions see:

KeelyNet 1997 Index Page