Former Blink-182 rocker Tom DeLonge has reportedly enlisted a top government UFO researcher for his "science fiction technology" academy. The researcher, named Luis Elizondo, was part of the government's "Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program," which was defunded in 2012.
When DeLonge first announced the project he noted that it would be "the first partnership of its kind between the fields of aerospace engineering, science, and cinematic entertainment" which will "explore the outer edges of conventional thinking."
He has raised over $2 million for the project and has also employed a CIA contractor named Harold E. Puthoff and another Defence Department official named Christopher Mellon to participate.
Meanwhile DeLonge also continues to state that he was not fired from the band and recently noted:
"Blink is in my DNA," DeLonge previously said of a potential reunion. "I talk to Travis quite a bit and we try and figure out how and when it's going to make sense."
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