posted on Oct, 21 2015 @ 03:53 AM
originally posted by: intelgurl
* Broadband stealth which almost requires no tail fins to come close to 100%; Which is nearly impossible and brings us to…
Nice to see you again Intelgurl.
Based on the above- if something had "almost no tail fins" would it actually achieve the "nearly impossible" with some sort of advanced fluidic thrust
vectoring system to assist in signature reduction.
This question is for Zaph really as well as one of the things I took as a possible "truth" from last years fun and games would be getting rid of all
the pesky mechanical control systems and protrusions in favour of a simplified system that uses EM "trickery" to dynamically vector thrust and affect
surface airflow interactions.
I realise this is probably outside of the 6th gen requirements so is overkill but would seem like a possible 7th or 8th gen potential- which would of
course be anticipated and worked upon in advance by the industry.
BTW : What did you make of the Wichita Triangle photographed by Jeff Templin??