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"Geo Magnetics ", Electromagnetic Field Theory:

Arthur Bay, who uncovered a top secret memorandum about "Geo Magnetics" by Canadian scientist Wilbert B. Smith for the Canadian Government [In the text, he mentioned, "We believe that we are on the track of something which may well prove to be the introduction of a new technology. The existence of a different technology is borne out by the investigations which are being carried out at the present time in relation to flying saucers."] also found an interview by Wilbert Smith with Dr Robert I. Sarbacher (American Scientist) in September 1950 and shared it with UFO researcher Len Stringfield.

Smith said, "I have read Scully's book [Behind the Flying Saucers] and I would like to know how much of it is true."

Sarbacher said, "The facts reported in the book are substantially correct."

"Then flying saucers exist?"

"Yes, they exist."

Therefore it is easy to believe from the above documented statements that a flying saucer crash in New Mexico at Roswell might have been the incident that inspired the reports. Details were wrong, but the overall report was accurate. (2)

See: Crash

They note that “local [electromagnetic] fields . . . have been medically proven to cause responses in the temporal lobes of the brain”.

See: Interference

How to deflect the solar 'wind' - Dr. Ruth Bamford

When astronauts finally make it to Mars, they might arrive inside a ship protected by a giant bubble of magnetic energy, says National Geographic News.

One of the major hurdles for a human journey to Mars is that it would take months, during which a spaceship and its human occupants would be bombarded with solar radiation that would easily penetrate a metal hull. This radiation can cut through DNA like a knife, causing genetic damage, cancer, and other illnesses. Here on Earth, the planet's magnetic field and our atmosphere protect us from most of the sun's harmful radiation "Life might not have been possible on Earth without a magnetic field as this first line of defense," says British researcher Ruth Bamford. She and a group of scientist came up with the idea of surrounding the spaceship with a "magnetosphere" - a magnetic field a few hundred yards across, which would deflect the radiation. Bamford and her team tested their idea in the lab with a miniature model of a spaceship, and found their invisible deflector shield really could work. It's "like Star Trek coming to life," she says.

See: Interference


Antigravity Theory:

Gravity Attracts objects towards each other; antigravity would make them repel each other. How this could work depends on the nature of the objects concerned. Two antiparticles could therefore be drawn together by antigravity, but a particle of matter would be repelled by an antiparticle. Gather together enough antimatter, and you have a cheap way of travelling to the stars - because obviously the only energy you would be using would be gravitational, of which there is plenty available in the Universe. Unfortunately, it seems extremely unlikely that predictable technology will be equipped to amass large quantities of antimatter.

Yet the discussion is not without interest. As we have seen, it is probable that pairs of virtual particles - one of matter, one of antimatter - spontaneously pop into existence all over the Universe. Normally they do so in such intimate contact that they immediately annihilate each other, because the force of gravity - and hence of antigravity - is weak over tiny distances when compared to with the strong nuclear force and the electromagnetic force, which pull the particle and the antiparticle inexorably together. On the fringes of a black hole, however, all this could change. The particle of matter is instantly whipped towards the black hole by the huge gravitational tug; the antiparticle is simultaneously repelled, and zips off to become part of the Universe - although probably not for very long, because it will annihilate itself as soon as it encounters another matter particle. (10)

Artificial fields of gravity.

Distorting the gravitational field, converting gravity into useable energy.

 

Gather together enough antimatter, and you have a cheap way of travelling to the stars - because obviously the only energy you would be using would be gravitational, of which there is plenty available in the Universe. Unfortunately, it seems extremely unlikely that predictable technology [Factor in more advanced technology] will be equipped to amass large quantities of antimatter. (10)

Producing high-tension electric charges in order to push the air out of their paths, so it does not start glowing, and strong magnetic fields to influence the ionized air at higher altitudes.

 

1944. Southwest Ukraine (3)

Felt strong electrostatic charge as it passed and disappeared. Wings covered in electrical discharges.

"It lit up the air around it. It looked like a localized sunset, but in the center was a strange-looking flying object."

Scientist opinion: Possibility the electrification of the plane was due to the close proximity of the UFO's propulsion system which ionized the atmosphere.
 

The MUFON Symposium proceedings. On page 65 of the proceedings it states: A method of utilizing beams of microwave radiation to effect a reduction in the local gravitational field has been pursued by Niels T. Sorensen. Dual lobe radiation elements were arranged in circular symmetry so that each beam was oriented toward the APEX of a 90 degree CONE (emphasis ours). A null region then occurs at the APEX of the CONE, which represents a region of apparent gravitational attraction."

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Notes: Gravitons, gravity waves.


Antimatter Energy:

Program was touted publicly, then came official gag order

The most powerful potential energy source presently thought to be available to humanity, antimatter is a term normally heard in science-fiction films and TV shows, whose heroes fly "antimatter-powered spaceships" and do battle with "antimatter guns."

But antimatter itself isn't fiction; it actually exists and has been intensively studied by physicists since the 1930s. In a sense, matter and antimatter are the yin and yang of reality: Every type of subatomic particle has its antimatter counterpart. But when matter and antimatter collide, they annihilate each other in an immense burst of energy.

"The energy from colliding positrons and antielectrons "is 10 billion times ... that of high explosive," Edwards explained in his March speech. Moreover, 1 gram of antimatter, about 1/25th of an ounce, would equal "23 space shuttle fuel tanks of energy." Thus "positron energy conversion," as he called it, would be a "revolutionary energy source" of interest to those who wage war."

See: 1908. Tunguska, Siberia explosion (speculation).

BBC > Science & Nature > Space > Exploration > Future Spaceflight

 

"A piece of antimatter the size of an aspirin could power a spacecraft over distances of hundreds of light years. The Moon could be minutes away and Mars a matter of days."

Researchers at NASA's Marshall Flight Centre are hoping that the technology will be ready in 30-40 years time. In the meantime, we have found a more practical application for antimatter in the world of medicine.


Plasma Physics:

"One of my sources learned that plasma physics is the key to alien propulsion technology" -- Timothy Good (13/P.336)

Scientists at the Defence Intelligence Staff (DIS) describe how glowing “plasmas” of gas are created by charges of electricity. Air flows then sculpt
the plasmas into aerodynamic shapes which appear to fly at extraordinary speeds through the sky.

See: Glow , Speed

 

USAF and NASA have expressed interest in the WEAV. The wingless electromagnetic air vehicle (WEAV).

Roy applied his experience doing U.S. Air Force-funded plasma research to develop the propulsion system devoid of typical aircraft parts such as propellers and engines. Here is how it works: Electrodes lining the vehicle’s surface ionize the surrounding air. This creates plasma on the vehicle’s exterior. An electrical current sent through this plasma generates a force that not only produces the necessary lift and momentum. It also stabilizes the vehicle in windy conditions.

A simple, portable magnetic field generator inside a spaceship should be sufficient to deflect the dangerous highly charged particles of the solar wind away from a spacecraft and the astronauts inside, according to research in Plasma Physics and Controlled Fusion.

See: Glow , Heat .


Ion Propulsion:

 

"It lit up the air around it. It looked like a localized sunset, but in the center was a strange-looking flying object."

  Scientist opinion: Possibility the electrification of the plane was due to the close proximity of the UFO's propulsion system which ionized the atmosphere.

See: Glow , Interference .

BBC > Science & Nature > Space > Exploration > Future Spaceflight

 

"Ion engines are electrically charged and work by ejecting positive ions from the back of the rocket, propelling the spacecraft forward. Though the thrust is tiny, the ion engine is extremely efficient, allowing the fuel to last far longer than in conventional rockets."


Contactee Testimony:

Dean Fagerstrom became obsessed with drawing highly technical blueprints of what appears to be alien technology. For example one of the designs includes a complicated device called a "photon accelerator."

 

Patrolman Herbert Schirmer.

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Raymond Shearer. Inside the UFO it was cold. He was told they came from another galaxy, used antigravity motors, and traveled faster than light.

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John Avis, 29, his wife Elaine, 25, and 3 children. They travel, he was told; almost instantaneously; they explained how, but he could not understand. Their propulsion system used a magnetic "vortex."

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