posted on Feb, 3 2008 @ 04:19 PM
If this gentleman doesn't reveal too much, that it my mind lends to his credibility. He seems to respect the oaths he took, and understand the
necessity of compartmentalization.
Electro-magnetism makes complete sense as a propulsion system, however, I am not certain of its feasibility elsewhere. This doubt is simply due to the
fact that Earth fortunately has many magnetic interactions present, whereas out in Space this might not be so. I wonder if this system would work
without a naturally occuring magnetic field to oppose. Regardless, it is still awesome technolgoy.
Now anti-gravity on the other hand, there's a propulsion system we know will work anywhere, since Gravity is a universal force present throughout the
I am sure that both systems have their positive attributes, as well as negative.
As a side note, Electro-Magnetic propulsion makes sense in regards to missing time reported during "close encounters" with craft. Electro-Magnetism
bends Gravity, and fluxes it. This in turn leads to Time Dilation, as Gravity directly effects Space-Time. It would definitely explain why watches are
off, and people end up missing minutes, or even hours of time after coming within close proximity to one of these "craft".