HAHAHA! I needed a good laugh!
This Dr.Boylan man, I would not trust him if I was paid to. Just because you have a Ph.D doesn't mean you're qualified to know EVERYTHING, even top
secret military craft.
The biggest give away was when he started talking about the TR-3B being used as a weapon's platform to take out communication array. There was also
the TR-3A "Pumpkinsee" which I have only heard it referred to as that one other time, and it's just plain wrong, it's the TR-3A Black Manta.
The Nautilus I have heard of, and was a real project but it never took off the drawing boards, why you may ask? Well, because the US just didn't have
a need for it, I mean, there is no secret space station up in space that has been sitting there for 30 years, not only is it economically inefficient,
it's redundant to have something like that and keep it secret.
Also, he began confusing the TR-3B with the LRV(Lentrical Reentry Vehicle). The two are completely and totally different. The TR-3B isn't nuclear
powered, nor is it equipped with Anti-Gravity, he also explaimed how the B-2 was part of the anti-gravity fleet, all I have to ask is, What
The TR-3B uses a highly advanced magnetic field distortion propulsion system and uses advanced inertial dampeners to lighten its actual weight down to
80 percent. No, the TR-3A is not capable of Mach 50 travel, I have never heard of a craft performing Mach 50, nor can I think of an application for a
Mach 50 aircraft. Faster is better, but there is such a thing as going to fast, and Mach 50 overruns it a million times.
And for the Nautilus, the contractors are total BS, why would Boeing cooperate with the EU Airbus corporation(which is a commercial contractor, no
military that I know of) to build a craft that can break orbit and go to a Space Station in high orbit for the united states? What would Airbus care?
How would it help Airbus? It made more sense to say it was a joint project between Northrop, Boeing, and Lockheed than say Boeing and Airbus.
Seriously, all of this guy's information is just outlandish, it doesn't even come close to being reasonable.
What a load this Dr. Boylan is.