Former Blink-182 frontman Tom Delonge needs your help to get into space

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Sep 3, 2019, 8:13 AM EDT (Updated)

Ex-Blink-182 singer and guitarist Tom DeLonge has his eyes pointed to the stars and is launching a captivating new campaign to help him get there. Well, perhaps not exactly blasting off into vast interstellar territory, but at least into low-Earth orbit.

The pop-punk musician and passionate ufologist is heading up an ambitious project to create a new aerospace/research company called To The Stars Academy Of Arts & Science and is trying to capture investors' interest with an impressive line-up of talking heads and a spiffy new promotional video.

DeLonge and his esteemed team of scientists, engineers, and researchers hope to tap into the wonders of electromagnetism with their initial project to build an “ElectroMagnetic Vehicle to Travel instantaneously through Space, Air and Water by engineering the fabric of Space-Time.

Whew, that's a mouthful even for astrophysicists to wrestle and is just one of the many ideas this scientific think tank has in its braintrust.

Among the many other cutting-edge explorations of technology and science, To The Stars is examining other intriguing arenas of discovery in fields such as “Genetics,” “Computer-Brain Interfaces,” "Beamed Energy Propulsion," "ESP," “Warp Drive Metrics,” “Cinematic Entertainment,” and "Unexplained Aerial Phenomenon (UFOs)."

Journey "to the edge of what is known and unknown" and check out this glossy promotional video below for the "public benefit corporation," with Founder and CEO DeLonge raising spirits and imaginations toward what could be a fascinating private organization pushing the boundaries of space technology and pseudo-science, or just interesting material for lyrics for a cool new fringe science power punk ballad.

(Via AV Club)