My vote would be for the craft to have the ability to change shapes.
I love the picture and your Avatar is great, yet the top? It seems a bit too stationary, I have seen one similar in daylight very close and the top
was on the bottom as I witnessed it at the time. The top was more translucent and domed.
When I hear of these triangles the first thing that comes to mind is a tripod. This would give it stability of course. Inside those 3 semi spheres
would be copper coils coated with a ceramic substance to keep the heat contained but at the same time give off enough electro magnetic force as to
overcome gravity. This has been done by skunk works back in the 60's. You combine that with a light craft(carbon fiber) using helium(lighter then
air) and you have a UFO. Make it stealth and you have the ultimate eaves dropping(spy) machine.
You guys are making it too difficult.
We can build the one i have above no problem.
Make the hull out of injection molded lightweight polyalloy.
I was thinking 50% Magnesium/ 38% Lithium / 5% Aluminium
The gravity wave generators are being used by
David Copperfield in his magic table and magic sofa today.
P.S. It's not magic just technology.
That's not correct. The "leading" point of the Belgium triangles were angled off, not symmetrical. And there is a small bulge in the underside
center, where there's another smaller light. Four lights total.
Exactly and i can i say so because i'm living in belgium and i saw one +15year ago, there is one light in each of the 3 corners and one in the middle
and it had more a triangle shape.
i also heard the jet fighter flying at low altitude just after this sighting but them they had no light and was, i think, tracking the ufo!
i was a kid then i was so "happy" to have seen a ufo, a real one from my own eyes, but now i don't know how i'll take it, probably piss on
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