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Originally posted by ls1cameric
I was just thinking about this so decided to post it. Sorry if it's come up before but i havnt seen anything on it.
Why is it that we never hear of sonic booms when UFO's take off at high rates of speed? Is it possibly because they jump through a worm hole or something instead of actually traveling in a direct line from point a to be like we do in aircraft?
What are you thoughts?
Originally posted by Fastwalker81
It is theorized that UFOs distort the gravity around the craft, so they are effectively flying in a sort of vacuum. So that would mean the pressure waves that are compressed to create the sonic boom are absent in the case of a UFO.
Originally posted by atsbeliever
To answer that question, we must know exactly how they operate the propulsion in our atmosphere, to do that we would need to actually get our hands on one.
Anyone here done that?
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Why is it that we never hear of sonic booms when UFO's take off at high rates of speed