posted on Jul, 16 2003 @ 10:42 PM
I downloaded that video, it is very interesting.
It shows at least one object in motion, a flash, and another object closing on the first at high speed at an approximate 120 degree angle. At the
moment of the flash, the first object immediately reverses direction 180 degrees and darts out of the trajectory of the oncoming object at extreme
I would point out that the flight characteristics of the original object matches exactly those of the US X Craft, or any other vehicle using MHD
drives. (IE, immediate shift in trajectory, no apparent momentum lag, no apparent reaction plume, extreme acceleration).
At least one article online indicated that the calculated acceleration of the original object when it "turned and ran" from the oncoming missle
would have been in excess of 40 Gs. In a normal environment, a human crew would have extreme difficulty maintaining control in that situation (even
assuming G suits and proper body containment/preparation, the pilots would likely blackout). Of course, the vehicle could be unmanned, but it is
further interesting to point out that the MHD drive developed by T. Townsend Brown damps G Forces within its propulsive field, and therefore would be
capable of such acceleration with NO G force effects on a human crew.