posted on Mar, 14 2005 @ 12:38 PM
I have a marvelous idea. We know that at certain wavelengths, these wavelengths can pass through different types of materials. Is it possible to use
X-rays or gamma rays at a ground radar that beams these wavelengths to satellites and therefore, any interruption in these wavelengths would
constitute an aircraft penetrating and blocking these wavelengths. I know the raptor and B-2 have materials that absorb radar wavelengths, but do they
also absorb super high freq. or super low freq? If so, they would absorb this wavelength and therefore the position of the plane would be comprimised.
But I hope you guys can imagine this radar or at least understand what im trying to say.
Also, remember how contrails can be seem with the naked eye, but planes like the B-2 have chemicals and other technologies that block these contrails
out, but the fact is that the thrust still remains and is blasted out the back. Theres got to be a way to detect this disturbance like a sonar on a
submarine. Remember, the higher you go into the atmosphere, the thinner the air, so therefore theres not much natural sound up there if any at all. Im
sure the sound of a jet engine can be detected by some sort of advanced high altidue sonar.
Any thoughts about my ideas guys, thanks