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Originally posted by jkrog08
did you mean exist?
Originally posted by reconpilot A moving target is harder to aquire than a stationery one.
Originally posted by fleabit Just a guess though.
Originally posted by Freezer
Originally posted by thefreepatriot
You can imagine having an extremely powerfull water pressurizer shooting it onto your driveway, what would happen to the hose? essentially these crafts are doing somthing similar but with gravity waves.
Actually its the opposite of that, and Bob Lazar explains this very clearly. Conventional propulsion systems use thrust, basically "pushing" mass out the tail end and producing directional force. The anti-gravity works exactly opposite in that it is "pulled" into a distortion of space/time. Look at it like a comet getting pulled in by a planets gravity source. The craft (while on earth) gathers and channels this energy and focuses it onto a point, and the craft is drawn into the localized gravity source overcoming the earths gravity. This is pulsed and not constant which explains why the UFO's seen in the NASA tether incident were pulsating. The reason they are unstable while in a low speed mode, is that earths gravity isn't consistent in any given area, and the craft has to keep adjusting. To hover in one place, you would simply create the distortion above you. To move forward, you would focus it in front, and as Lazar says its like a constant downhill.