John Archibald Wheeler was an American Theoretical Physicist famous for the terms “quantum foam“, “neutron moderator“, “wormhole“, the “it from bit” information view of the universe, The Wheeler–DeWitt equation, and for hypothesizing the “one-electron universe“.
He also knew and worked with Albert Einstein at Princeton as a young man, and was Richard Feynman’s Ph.D. Adviser!
But lesser known is his work for the Battelle Memorial Institute:
“Throughout his long career, John Wheeler has played a central role in expanding our understanding of theoretical physics, and he has been a major contributor to his country, to his students and university, and to Battelle,” said Douglas E. Olesen, Battelle President and CEO.
“We are proud to be able to establish this Chair at Princeton, where he conducted much of the pioneering research that has helped to advance the world around us.” – (source)
In 1967 John Wheeler and Bryce DeWitt hosted the Battelle Rencontres Lectures in Mathematics and Physics, which contained a summary of the most advanced mathematics and physics knowledge of the time period.
Looking deeper at John A. Wheeler’s FBI File , we find that he was involved with multiple Special Access Programs and had at least 6 different security clearances for a variety of Top Secret Projects including the Hydrogen Bomb.
A 1985 paper on the “Frank-Condon Effect and Squeezed-State Physics as Double-Source Interface Phenomena” reveals that John Archibald Wheeler was involved with the research being done into squeezed states as early as 1985, when they were first discovered at University of Rochester.
See: 30 Years of Squeezed Light: https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0031-8949/91/5/053001/meta
Many Researchers are already aware of the related theoretical work that’s been done by Hal Puthoff and his colleagues:
Bernard Haisch http://www.calphysics.org/haisch/publications.html
Dr. Eric W. Davis – Teleportation via Wormhole Stargates
Space Technology & Applications Int’l Forum – Feb. 13-17, 2005,
Some Additional Links of ways to produce materials for experiments with trapping and squeezing light:
Physicists Create Bose-Einstein Condensate of ‘Surface Plasmon Polaritons’