posted on May, 9 2006 @ 03:57 PM
Originally posted by Quane
I was wondering about the Philadelphia Experiment and the 'article' in here that says that they wanted to make the USS ship invisible, by placing
very high Frequencies-wires around the ship... Making heat and then make it invisible to the eye... Is that possible ? And why does the high
frequencies hurt the people ???
I was also wondering is it possible to make a "ball of light", i mean like in a dark room then just have one "light-ball" that lights??? Ofcause
no lightbulp or something
There are tons of threads about the Philadelphia experiment.
The experiment was to produce enough electric power to bend spacetime so as that light goes around the ship, following the lines of the electric
current. The ship USS Eldridge (if I recall) was a gigantic coil.
I do not know if they succeeded, but it they story tells us the side effect was that the ship was teleported to another harbor, then returned to its
original position, with negative consequences for the crew, as mentioned above.
The experiment took place, , but I do not believe the experiment achieved anything, because it would take quadrillions of gigawats to bend spacetime
like that. It is impossible to produce such power on Earth with current technology.
Another problem is how they managed to move the ship onto the Earth's surface instead of a random point in space. Perhaps they managed to transfer
the ship within the same frame of reference.