posted on Nov, 20 2019 @ 05:02 PM
originally posted by: Zaphod58
a reply to: joelr
Depending on the tech, keeping it secret can be quite useful. It's been rumored that we had a high speed reconnaissance craft post SR-71 for years.
If we did, and the numbers were small enough, keeping it secret would be a good idea. Stealth went public largely because they were going to be
flying around when it would be seen. It had been secret for somewhere close to 10 years before that. And it was produced in large enough numbers
that keeping it secret would be difficult at best. If you have between 10 and 15 aircraft, or even fewer, then keeping it secret becomes much easier,
and it's much less of a deterrent. You also don't want people to know that you changed things too much, or they start to figure out how and how to
Right but anti-gavity would be a huge revolution in physics and would likely change humanity and the military is not at the cutting edge of physics. A
smarter physicist from Princeton would likely also figure it out.
The gravity drive has supposedly been around since the 80's.
Or is Lazar and his story just a big lie (it is) and coincidently we figured out a real gravity drive more recently? That seems unlikely.
Probably someday physicists will get a theory of gravity that will lead to a gravity drive in like 100 years from the time they discover the
Quantum mechanics gott it's boost in 1890 and early 1900's from Maxwell and Einstein then was formulated in the 1920's then over many decades tech
started to emerge.
No one is going to unite gravity with quantum mechanics and create a gravity-mobile immediately. In fact it might be impossible for 100 years or 1000
years depending on what gravity is at the quantum scale.
We understand space-time fairly well but to create a wormhole or any type of time travel is currently impossible in a big way. Manipulating gravity
might be just as tricky.
I believe if ufos are real they might have that tech but not the military, not Lazar and not from Roswell.
Like David Marler said in his excellent book about black triangles much of the ufo scene is "castles made of sand".
Meaning Roswell and all the mythology emerging from that, area 51 and so on.
But the black triangles are interesting! There have been some great sightings but I don't see much in the media these days at all. Weird that the high
profile case is a tic-tac? After all the cool triangle cases like the Shilo Ill. police sighting and the P. Lights and NY stuff in the 1980's?