When it comes to this subject i am a believer, but I must qualify my position by adding that I am skeptical of claims of exclusive knowledge by
The catch 22 of that is that I also realize that only an individual will come out with information that would expose this program.
The pictures could have
been manipulated by someone who is a professional. For instance the shadows under the disk and chase plane as they are
over the runway seem a bit too perfect on an otherwise old and slightly washed out photo.
Another thing that bothers me is that this Michael H. Schratt is an autocad draftsman by profession and his
touts being able to "TURN YOUR MANUAL DRAWINGS INTO CAD" and "SPECIALIZED IN THE
DETAILING UPDATING AND REVISIONS OF MECHANICAL CAD DRAWINGS, USING AUTO-CAD".
The point here is that AutoCad makes DXF files which can be used as the precusor to 3D modeling files. If he is an acomplished AutoCad user and good
with, say, 3D studio and Photoshop he could very well have faked the photos... although it would have been quite time-consuming for him to do so with
such minute and intricate detail.
Another thing that bothers me is the craft itself.... specifically the vertical stabilizer, propulsion method and claimed speed.
I just fast scanned the page and so I really didnt see any specifics on the propulsion method but it sounded like it was some form of jet since it had
air intakes etc.
So that brings us to the speed... 15,000 + mph.
The problem here is that 15,000 mph is like Mach 21+ ...
The guy said it was a polished aluminum surface... where's the heat shielding? What's the method of propulsion?
...and if it's antigravity what's the vertical stabilizer for?
And I would like a further explanation as to the stealthiness of the disk which he said had frequently overflown Russian airspace with impunity and
had the ability to drop smart bombs even way back before smart bombs were officially in inventory.
I remain pretty skeptical of this particular page - (if it's a fake it's a well thought out one for the most part, elaborate graphics detail and
That said, I am fascinated by this sort of thing and do believe that there was/is an ongoing black program to develop this sort of vehicle that stems
from German research and development dating back before WW2... as I too have seen "objects" in the skies over certain US AFB's.