posted on Dec, 22 2004 @ 03:40 PM
Extrapolation of Lazar's explanations.
The simple answer....we don't know.
However, there are alleged documents regarding the interior and propulsion of UFOs. One of the most intriguing to me was one mentioning General
Twining touring the interior. The description (this was a circa 1950'ish document) was VERY similar to Lazar's descriptions, same central reactor,
same tube to the top, same three "engines".
It's true the US military has publicly announced some attempts at flying discs (a few threads on this, including pics), but they used jet or
propeller engines to do so. (and all were abyssmal failures).
The simple explanation to Lazar's idea is this.
There are two modes of flight, atmospheric, and interstellar. The craft uses a propogated gravity wave (this is also mentioned in several, non-Lazar
related documents), that is then directed. There are three gravity wave amplifiers under the interior "deck" of the ship. In atmospheric mode,
these direct the wave to hold the ship up, move it around, etc. In interstellar mode, the ship propogates a wave to the destination point, pulls
space/time until the two points meet, attaches the ship to the destination point, and then lets space/time "snap back" into place, with the ship now
being at point B.
The physics behind it have been described as "fuzzy" at best by critics, and they may be right, however the simple fact remains, that we don't
"know", we can only speculate based on the evidence at hand.