Eugene Podkletnov Plans Commercial Applications for Anti-Gravity Generator

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posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 03:40 PM
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originally posted by: Nochzwei
Lol. you brought up some interesting , though scary points. but how exactly, would a good sized cargo space ship, that you get it to levitate under anti gravity, endanger the earth / and or a part of our galaxy?
a reply to: stormbringer1701

it is quite possible if not mandatory that anything that can move under it's own gravity control could accelerate as long as it wants because among other things gravity and inertia are equivalent. control of gravity would probably mean inertial mass increases could be controlled while accelerating and once accelerated altered again to be able to take care of inertial mass.

which would mean relativistic speed would be easily done. for legitimate reasons and for villainous reasons. but even if it does not make relativistic speed easy as i suspect; a pass at orbital speed through the atmosphere generates atomic weapon scale force anyway. plus if your ship was not tough enough to withstand such a pass and you were not suicidal you could gravity tractor handy small asteroids or satellites and so forth entrain them with either your ships mass or your artificial gravity fields and bombard the surface.

any interstellar capable ship is a weapon of mass destruction even before you get around to adding any weapon to it.




posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 04:29 PM
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originally posted by: stormbringer1701
any interstellar capable ship is a weapon of mass destruction even before you get around to adding any weapon to it.


Indeed, even without much effort such a craft with any kind of 'warp drive' could easily nudge an asteroid from its orbit and have it come in from behind the Sun, so that it would be undetectable from Earth until it's literally too late.

In the wrong hands, warp drive is not just a weapon of mass destruction, but a weapon of civilizational extinction.

Relativistically accelerated buckyballs could be a useful military weapon, a precise (literally) particle-beam weapon. Maybe that''s what a phaser is?
edit on 2-6-2014 by mbkennel because: (no reason given)



posted on Jun, 2 2014 @ 10:49 PM
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originally posted by: mbkennel

originally posted by: stormbringer1701
any interstellar capable ship is a weapon of mass destruction even before you get around to adding any weapon to it.


Indeed, even without much effort such a craft with any kind of 'warp drive' could easily nudge an asteroid from its orbit and have it come in from behind the Sun, so that it would be undetectable from Earth until it's literally too late.

In the wrong hands, warp drive is not just a weapon of mass destruction, but a weapon of civilizational extinction.

Relativistically accelerated buckyballs could be a useful military weapon, a precise (literally) particle-beam weapon. Maybe that''s what a phaser is?
you both do have a point.
But this claimed machine here
does not have an aerodynamic shape and maybe it will just destroy itself at levitation, without endangering the immediate vicinity





 
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