posted on Aug, 10 2007 @ 01:25 AM
You guys, this is nothing all too new. Anti-Gravitation technology is not debatable; it is a proven fact. You just need to do enough research and use
logic to understand why this is.
The Canadians, with the help of the US Military, designed the Avrocar. Folks, the Avrocar is NOT debatable. It is a proven craft.
Developed in the 1950s, this craft could reach speeds of 225 kts (~128 mph), go several feet in the air, etc. THIS WAS MADE IN THE 1950s. Considering
how much time has passed since then, the video the OP posted, if it is indeed real, would be nothing too spectacular if they continued to work on this
craft in secret. I mean, if they worked constantly on this in a timespan of 50 years, I'm sure they could have improved on the technology greatly. We
made the jump from VHS to DVD, Catridges/Cassette Tapes to CDs, etc., what should stop them from making the jump from powerful engines to some
magnetic or gravitational form if they worked on it constantly for that long period of time?
Of course the media isn't going to go all out about it because the general populace is too conditioned and the economy would collapse if these crafts
were to suddenly appear in the skies.
What is of debate, if the video is real and not CGI, is whether it is from aliens or the government. If it turns out to be nothing more than CGI, it
is very well done and I commend the person who made it. I wish he would spend more time making more appealing videos than fake UFO videos, though. If
it turns out to be real, there is really no way of telling whether it's from the government or aliens (if they exist).
[edit on 8/10/2007 by SonicInfinity]