I used inverted colors and the x51 does look suspicious, but the trees arent affected by the possible rotor removal and I dont see a rotor shadow. the
top of the green helo is a bit blurry, so I dont know about that, or that website, the website is really goofy
check out the link left a few posts above this one. they have a web site and everything. too bad they have not been able to video the thing in
flight and put those moving images on the site. They do claim to have a free energy machine.
Iknow, I posted this pic a little too quickly but atleast you can all see the goofy wesite and try a nd disprove more stuuf theyve posted up there.
They did to a pretty good job on the red x51 except for a few things, but the green one looks rediculous, almost as bad as the mummy 2's cgi,ohh!
my thoughts exactly!! their is no way that this would be up on a web page...and it also says at least in the picture that its at area 51...anyone else
notice the lush trees and background? I didnt know area 51 had such lush forestry in the landscape
The website was created in 1998. At least that part is true.
I do have doubts about some of the claims on the web site and the fact that this thing just sits there. I have a car that does that. Can I claim it
Pictures of... heliocopters. Whelp, I'm convinced, yuo convinced?
Oh yeah, the horsey, puppy, and kitty, made it solid for me.
Either this web page belongs to a nut, or is maintained by someone who is part of think tank somewhere other than A51, and is deliberately kept track
of what they are allowed to post.
I knbow what I believe.
Just a few thoughts:
I am guessing that a new anti-grav propulsion system would not be constrained by aerodynamics. Hence, using an aircraft structure would be unneeded
and (I think) complicate the design tremendously.
On the other hand, if I am bass-ackwards and aerodynamics still apply while in an atmosphere - why use a helicopter body? If the propulsion system
were anti-grav, I would guess it would be capable of almost any manover while "flying". Wouldn't a sphere, or "ball" be a better choice?
Further, until you proved the system somewhat reliable, would the 'body' that it's contained in matter at all? Meaning, wouldn't it be more likely
the new propulsion system would look like "machinery" on - say - a large pallet for proof of concept tests?
Honestly, I have no idea. Interesting pictures and fun to talk about.
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