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Originally posted by dooper
I was talking to a physicist friend one day who pointed out some "changes" from the early photographs of the B2 and later photographs.
It truly did indicate that the leading edge of the B2 had been somehow altered. I asked why?
Originally posted by Edrick
Originally posted by Eurisko2012
reply to post by Edrick
I think it's electrostatic....not electromagnetic.
Yes, I agree that the system that may be on the B2 is probly electrostatic... I was however referring to the different types of AntiGrav I have heard of... this one is new to me.
There is a relationship between electrostatic energy and gravity.
Check out dielectric plates - Townsend Brown
Yes, and also check out the Casimir effect, it is interesting in its expression of force as caused by local EM pressure.
Originally posted by dooper
reply to post by Eurisko2012
Would that include this "plasma/spacetime" wrap that this physicist was describing when talking about using this on the leading edge of the B2 wing?
He went on to describe how being "within" a "bubble" would enable a craft to pass through air or water without friction, without a sense of movement, without a sense of g-force, and likely, without a sense of time.
He just suggested that a dumbed down, local application was put on the B2 to enhance it's capability, the high energy positive on the leading edge, and the negative on the trailing edge.
He wasn't stupid. He violated the Second Law of Thermodynamics daily, and had an independent forensic lab validate that on two separate occasions.
Originally posted by minkey53
Excuse me if this has been posted before but I couldn't find anything.
Anyway, I was wondering why the B2 cost £2 billion each?
A friend of mine who was a Leuitenant Colonel in the US Air Force and flew Phantoms, F1-11's, Stealth Fighter (early 70's) said to me that he believed and heard that the B2 has got some kind of anti-gravity propulsion on it.
I know it sounds crazy but it would explain the ridiculous high cost and why they need air conditioned / temperature controlled hangars.
Does anybody know anything about this?
Surely it would be easy to get in touch with a B2 service engineer / ground crew as the B2 is nearly 20 years old now and is supposed to be replaced soon.
Please, somebody satisfy my curiosity!
Originally posted by ELECTRICkoolaidZOMBIEtest
thats an outlandish theory at best. theyre a plane with the most advanced technology we have to offer.
Paul LaViolette has some interesting albeit misguided ideas - i am inclined to think that he has gotten drunk on the profits of one who regurgitates the same old tin foil hat wearing slop to a gullible world.
Originally posted by adamc3
I dont know about an anti-gravity propulsion system. Last night on Coast to coast AM George Knapp had Paul LaViolette on and he talked about. He claims the B2 is able to fly in space.