posted on Apr, 22 2004 @ 11:48 AM
Having read the 'future technologies' section of this site, I was very interested in the article on
Two things about this article strike an odd chord with me.
1/ String theory, relativity, quantum entanglement - the scientific theories pertinent to such technology - are, at best, in their infancy and so far
unproven in practice. Unless the USA's alleged secret scientific research is literally decades ahead of the cumulative genius of the rest of the
world's scientific community, then it is hard to believe that they could have engineered such technology. Even if the US has reverse-engineered such
technologies from extra terrestrial sources (which I do not believe), they would still have to understand the scientific principles to a far greater
degree than any scientist could claim to, in order apply them to a working device.
2/ If this technology has been developed, then why would NASA bother to spend huge amounts of money and time launching a satellite into space to test
Einstein's theory's of space-time? Surely Einstein's work would be elementary, and already proven/disproved beyond doubt to a country who have
developed such technology.
Any opinions or answers would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
P.S; this is my first post on here, so hello to everyone, and go easy on me!