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Tesla (TSLA) stock is one of the hottest of 2014. Its share price has doubled in the past year. But its climb could be outpaced by another tech powerhouse - one that is secretly working with Tesla on a new "world-changing" development...
You see, this company has partnered with TSLA on an under-the-radar venture known as "Operation BlueStar."
Until now, TSLA's Operation BlueStar has been kept hidden from the public by members of Congress, governors of four states, and major silicon heavyweights.
But by the end of 2015, it's set to impact 98% of the U.S. population.
Initially, Operation BlueStar is expected to disrupt $737 billion of the U.S. economy. And that's just the beginning.
Forbes describes the end game of what's been put in motion as "world-changing."
The top military think tank, the Rocky Mountain Institute, described its impact as the equivalent of "reinventing fire."
Yet, few Americans have any idea what Operation BlueStar is, or how it's about to transform this country. That's why 34-year Silicon Valley insider Michael Robinson performed his own investigation into it.
Robinson says there's an "economic war" brewing among the states trying to control Operation BlueStar.
The stakes couldn't be higher-the potential to control $737 billion of the U.S. economy and impact 8 million jobs.
Robinson's research has led him to four states in particular that are at the center of this project.
And he's found the exact location of this secretive military project, which is projected to be 1,000 acres and include a 10-million square foot facility.
Robinson isn't the only one investigating Operation BlueStar.
Morgan Stanley released its own report on the project and determined that, "We are witnessing the most disruptive intersection of manufacturing, innovation and capital experienced in more than a century."
Wired Magazine believes this is starting a "truly transformative revolution."
At 10-million square feet - or about the size of 174 football fields - the production facility alone will be enormous.