posted on Jan, 30 2019 @ 10:03 AM
a reply to: myss427
I'm aware of all that. If a practical application of electrogravitics actually existed, corporations in bed with the federal government would've
monetized the technology. Amazon and Dominos wouldn't be fumbling around with inefficient propeller-powered 'drones' to deliver goods to customers.
Anytime there's a money-making opportunity, it gets taken--which is one of the top five facts of life.
I'm just not buying the video as having captured an actual craft flying through the atmosphere as claimed by the guys that posted it.
"...reduction of mass as being the key to how they move so fast and change direction without g forces." If this were the case, there would be no
reason to bank the craft in a smooth turn like a conventional aircraft. It would have simply changed directions from one vector to the next, like a
bullet that ricochets from a hard surface.
I would be more inclined to believe the video as being real if the craft behaved erratically or in an unconventional manner. Instead, it behaves just
like a conventional aircraft, except it's silently moving at an impossibly high velocity with no disturbance of the surroundings.
Like I stated in a previous post, it is possible this video captured the real thing.
But it's not probable. That's the difference.