posted on Feb, 23 2020 @ 09:13 AM
Isn't the main thing with gravity is that it is massed base?
Everything has gravity, how much it exerts is based on how much mass it has. Even you and I have gravity, an ant has gravity.
The larger the mass the larger the gravity.
I think that's the secret. We need a way to change an objects mass.
Not something I think is going to be done with magnets and electricity. At least not how people are trying to now.
I don't think it'll be something we can just turn on and off with the flick of a switch.
Artificial gravity on a 'spaceship' for example, I reckon will have to come from compressing an object of great mass down to the size of tiles you
could line a floor with. We're not even close to doing anything like that.
I mean to get 1:1 Earth gravity you would need 1:1 earths mass, regardless of an objects size yeah?
Not sure anti-gravity is even possible, maybe it'll be more like 'swimming' through gravity, like a fish through water or a plane in the sky. Maybe
there is a way to 'ride' gravity, but I doubt their is a way to cancel it altogether.
So much is genuinely not understood by we humans as to how gravity is made, short of it being mass related. I wouldn't expect 'anti-gravity' belts in
our life times, but we may come up with vehicles that appear to defy gravity.
So yes in theory I think we could create artificial gravity, which would be actual gravity, as we know how to make 'mass' and compress things.
Question is how much mass do you need before things like people' stick to it?
And if you could say make a basketball sized object that had the mass of Earth, therefore the gravity of Earth, what the hell would having something
like that on or near the planet do?
I imagine it would not be good. Things would get very messy very fast.
(not to mention where would you get that mass from to begin with?)
I mean Earths gravity doesn't just hold down humans, it also keeps the Moon in our orbit among other things.
So to achieve 'anti-gravity like the ufos', the first step would be to realize they're not using gravity at all, anti or otherwise.
Not sure what we'll come up with, but we'll get there eventually, but gravity is the wrong place to be looking IMHO.
It's a force that is beyond us and probably always will be.
Maybe there are just some things man should just leave alone?