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Published in the US Government's Patent and Trademark office's Official Gazette yesterday was an application from Gulfstream to the trademark name, Gulfstream Whisper.
What is it? According to the Gazette, it's an "aircraft featuring a design which reduces boom intensities during supersonic flight."
By formally applying for the trademark, the government says Gulfstream "has a bona fide intention to use or use through the applicant's related company or licensee the mark in commerce on or in connection with the identified goods and/or services"
Originally posted by OzWeatherman
Does this particular supersonic jet have the necessary equipment needed to release, barium, silver iodide, or nanobots into the skies to produce chemtrails
How do they make a supersonic jet quiet anyways?
Gulfstream’s patented spike for controlling and reducing sonic boom transforms the traditional N-wave sonic boom into a smooth and more rounded pressure wave shaped roughly like a sine wave or a sideways “S.” This change in the wave shape results in a softer sound that is quieter than the Concorde sonic boom by a factor of 10,000. In most situations, the Gulfstream Whisper would be imperceptible, masked by ambient noises.