The Peace of God to all that belong to the light,
A series of historic observations that had taken place since January of 2016 to September of 2017 by a group of Scientists of Caltech and MIT that
have confirmed beyond any reasonable doubt the existence of the Gravitational waves that were long time ago predicted by Albert Einstein are opening
an entirely new horizon of understanding of the Universe.
What is a Gravitational wave?
In particular this discovery will represent a dramatic change of mapping the cosmos in astronomy, enhancing the knowledge of it exponentially, and
could change also the limits that at present exist in propulsion technology to travel interplanetary distances and propose mind blowing new ways to
travel stelar distances across the cosmos never dreamed by anybody in the past or present.
The Scientists that made this possible, two American born and one German born, Reiner Weiss, Barry Barish and Kip Thorne with affiliations to CalTech
and MIT have this week crowned their careers thanks to this finding with the Nobel of Physics.
No doubt this is a major historic achievement for astronomy technology, in terms of improvement of the observation of the cosmos enhanced using a
spectrum with an extremely large wave length (600 000 km, or 47 times the diameter of the Earth), due to all the extra information that will provide
us of corners of the today known universe that no body never before was able to see.
Ligo Gravitational wave discoverers win
Now, what are the implications that can be derived of this discovery to the researchers in UFO phenomena?
1) At first glance are certainly huge since we have at hand now a technology that will complete maps of the cosmos that will reach distances that
neither light, x rays, radio waves or Infrared rays can reach at all.
2) New more efficient astronomy technology necessarily will give us the possibility to watch but perhaps at some point also to detect activity in the
new worlds that may sustain intelligent life.
3) The most important consequence is that this is giving solid base to new technologies that have been proposed that will enhance dramatically the
distances and the velocities on which interplanetary and interstellar trips can achieve at future.
I want to refer here about the third possibility, since for decades there was a reasonable skepticism on the UFO phenomena, headed by extremely
eminent and disciplined scientific minds, even the ones that were relatively open to the possibility of existence of life in other points of the
cosmos, Like Carl Sagan.
Academic Scientists smartly objected that it seemed impossible that somebody ever had actually watched a close encounter with an alien exploring
mission, due to the fact that there was not known technology able to make such a trip feasible in the life span of any form of life along distances
that in speed light would take years to travel.
This skepticism was based on the idea that all the propulsion technologies that were known and even the ones proposed to be developed for missions to
be sent to the outer solar system and beyond the limits of it were unable to provide the necessary reach to make a trip possible from/to another solar
system from/to ours and to allow any travelers to live to enjoy it.
Nevertheless, gravitational waves as a reality have opened a new horizon also of technologies that we didn't know were certainly achievable and may
allow intelligent beings to cross the universe in times that make it possible for them to visit other worlds, like the earth.
For instance let me propose the analysis of the following papers to initiate here in this forum a discussion on the implications that will come for
the UFO research community from these new Science findings.
Directions of Gravitational waves propulsion, By Giorgio Fontana, University of
Robert Baker patent of gravitational wave propulsion
Antigravity and the ultimate spacecraft propulsion system by Noel
An asymmetric gravitational wave propulsion system by
Of course these papers are just a very small sample of the many projects that have been already developed by engineers or scientists willing to
develop new more powerful thrust systems that might change our knowledge of space trip, so I expect anybody taken part in this discussion may
contribute with other important bibliography in the topic.
Thanks for your attention,
The Angel of Lightness
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