Britian's Very Own Project Bluebook
Britain Plans 'Dr. Who' Military Defense
Somebody's been watching too much "Dr. Who" at Britain's Ministry of Defense.Military officials in the mid-1990s explored using alien technology to defend the British Empire, the Guardian reports.The out-of-this-world revelation comes with the release of classified documents from Project Condign, a three-year investigation into UFOs over the kingdom's skies."If reports are taken at face value then devices exist that do not use conventional reaction propulsion systems, they have a very wide range of speeds and are stealthy," wrote one of the project's scientists. "I suggest that we could use this technology, if it exists."A secret branch of the military dubbed DI55 began investigating the UFOs in 1993, the paper said."If the sightings are of devices not of the Earth, then their purpose needs to be established as a matter of priority," one analyst theorized. "Possibilities are: 1 Military reconnaissance. 2 Scientific. 3 Tourism."No word yet on whether they've figured out how to build a TARDIS time machine.