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reply to post by signalfire
That doesn't change the fact that technology levels that are similar are extremely hard to reverse engineer.
I The wheel is a simple thing, yet it revolutionized everything, and has since it's inception.
reply to post by MysterX
So you are telling me that if someone handed a piece of material that no one on earth had ever seen it's just a matter of throwing enough money at it. It doesn't matter if it is something that no one has any idea of how it works, throw enough money at it and we can do it?
The physics behind it are nothing particularly new and explain how it could potentially operate.
Stephen Bassett's Paradigm Research Group released a link to this just recently along with Stephen's rather stunning appearance on the C2C show two nights ago alleging that the U.S. government has been silencing UFO and black project whistleblowers by way of weaponized cancer and poisoning...
It's utter nonsense.
You can't reverse engineer alien vehicles. You must have the methods they used to produce the equipment and technology. Without it you have nothing.
True , it would be like walking into a 5th grade classroom with an LED tv and say ok kids make me one just like it by reverse engineering it ...not gonna happen
Or like going to a high school science fair and learning that some kid designed and built a 'star in a jar'.
Oh wait, that really happened.
Using voltage meters and high level magnification you can figure out what circuits are doing assuming they are there...
But come on mate, if i was a specialist in electronic design and manufacture it would be a piece of cake.
Besides, we discoverd silicon chips, how to build them, the tooling to build the tooling to build the ram and made orders of magnitude advances all in a few decades...so it obviously can be done, we've done it and now it is simplicity itself for ordinary factories to churn ram out all day long.
The same applies to the tooling, and tooling for the tooling to build just about anything else...time, research and money..not much elese is required.
And let's face it, the US has had lots of all three of those.
And since it appears to be based on information Tesla discussed over 100 years ago... how complicated can it really be to construct if you have a working model (alleged) to work off of? Reduced down to basics, it's a giant Tesla coil, with seats.
reply to post by Taggart
If it is so hard with similar technology levels, why would it even begin to be possible when one tech level is so far ahead of the other?