What is the real remit of the Department for the Advancement of Sciences?
New revelations leaked in documents sent to the London Gazette by a reader called “Caelen” suggest scientists have pursued occultist pseudosciences, including time travel, and carried out their experiments on human subjects.
Church of England leaders have now called on the government to ‘come clean’ on the clandestine activities of the discredited department.
Although unconfirmed, a series of blurry photographs show mathematical calculations and formulae that seem to explore various possibilities including travelling to parallel dimensions.
While work at the department continues as normal, the whereabouts of scientists involved, and equipment used to create the Clockwork Project remains unknown, after several research laboratories were closed last month following a dispute with trade unions.
Caelen claims to have taken apart the Clockwork prototype he allegedly found abandoned in Liverpool, and says that finding the identity or location of an Advancement of Sciences employee called “BCV6” will unlock the mystery surrounding the activities of the beleaguered government department.
He says the device shows that scientists have been trying to create a real humanoid, and that experiments carried out show real people were involved in the research.
No one at the department was available for comment, but this revelation will surely put pressure on the government to make public all Clockwork Project research documents.
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