posted on Sep, 8 2003 @ 03:58 PM
According to an article on cnn. com the U.S. may have anti gravity propulsion. Boeing has been working on the propulsion system.
New technology from 'black world'
Boeing, the world's largest aircraft manufacturer says it is working on anti-gravity propulsion, which could revolutionize conventional aviation.
If the science underpinning the program can be made into reality, it will be the biggest thing to hit the aviation industry since the Wright Brothers.
"GRASP," or Gravity Research for Advanced Space Propulsion, was only recently reported in Jane's Defence Weekly, but the U.S. military may have had
the technology for years.
The National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS), based in Nevada, say that mysterious U.S. military craft using this kind of technology have been
skirting the skies since the 1980s.
The National Institute for Discovery Science is trying to get the government to show some of the info for comercial benefit.
Maybe the increase in U.F.O. sightings has been because of our ships.
The impact on space travel alone would be mind boggling. How many "planes" for the lack of a better term have this technology.
I did not even know that physics would allow for anti gravity propulsion... Does anyone have any knowledge into how the physics of this would work??
If you do would you please enlighten the rest of us.