a reply to: Jake27
Hey you saw a countermeasure sysyem that they rig to military aircraft. It creates a dielectric field around it to change the refractive index of
large band radar and optical ranges of EM.
It is a rig built into the plane. When an incoming missile is launched at it the device activates. Essentially it warps the light emminating or
reflecting off it much like a funhouse mirror..
A bettar anology would be how the refraction index of a pencil inserted into water is different from the part above the water. It looks warped or
bent. If you were to try and stab at the tip of the pencil in the water using your perspective from outside the water as a reference point youll
find the tip of the pencil is not where it appears to be and you miss all together.
So same idea but for incoming missiles (in particular soviet ones that have very good optical tracking) that utilize visual tracking to hone in on
their target (a b2 bomber or b21 or whatever)
So even though the aircraft may still be travelling on a normal course to the observer it will appear like streaks or hovering and then teleporting.
Etc. Its not. Its an optical trick.
When you observed it it pulled the same trick on you. Including the second orb. When it shut off the system they were testing there an aircraft
was right where the first irb seemed to be.
Also there are other even moreinteresting types of irbs out there that exploit the fact that a plasma bloom when teased just right will function like
a non linear medium. You can get all sorts of voodoo out of those and theyre scaleable from softbal sized to aircraft and can be mounted on
aircraft or even man portable and carried around in the field. But not aliens.
Same trick works on certain wavelengths used by radar too. So it casts off the radar or optical EM at all sorts of craxy angles and you radar station
and missile are spoofed.
The silvery discs. Similar concept for altering in freaky ways the refraction index but used instead for propulsion. They may be dull in color but
again due to the funhouse effect may look shiny and glinting. Or blurry or invisible at least from your point of vantage.
They are more oldschool and inherently dangerous. And unstable. Which is why they sometimes look wobbly.
The triangle with the deep red light in the center us using a process called quantum optical squeezing. If you look up the term youll see a bunch of
vanilla stuff about compressing information in fiber optical lines. Dig deeper. See what you can do with it when combined with a super conductor and
how that effects the signals mixing properties and results.
That glowing sometines pulsing, deep red light is a type of phase conjugate laser creating a "dark" soliton to manipulate a thin layer of plasma
surounding the triangle. It essentially creates a EM resonant plasma cavity to fit the craft inside of. Inside that cavity you can using that laser
and signals mixing and a few superconductors (3 in this case) to achieve a special form of quantum optical squeezing that replicates casimir like
effects on a macro scale. Reduces mass. Much safer than the old discs. Basically uses Cavity Quantum Electro Dynamic concepts.
Also smeared streaked light. Someones altering refractive indicies for ECM, radar evasion and if tuned right sonething very very interesting
UFOs may look strange but if you understand their propulsion theyre less mysterious.
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