Many people were shocked by the deathbed revelations of Ben Rich, the former director of Lockheed Skunk Works (a secret research and development facility). Rich claimed that UFOs were alien spacecraft and that extraterrestrial visitors were real. Furthermore, he stated that their craft were in some way controlled by the powers of the mind, through a combination of ESP (extra-sensory perception) and psychokinesis (the ability to move objects with the power of thought).
Naturally, the skeptics scoffed at his claims. This is understandable, since the idea that spacecraft could ever be controlled by thought alone certainly sounds preposterous. But in recent years, R&D projects exploring the integration of mind with machine have progressed by leaps and bounds, revealing the possible legitimacy of science-fiction scenarios such as the one proposed by a dying Ben Rich.
One intriguing result of this research is the creation of a small, high-tech helicopter that can be guided and propelled through the intentional regulation of brain waves.. Whether mind-controlled UFOs are real or not, we can now say with certainty that thought-powered flight is both a possibility and a reality.