posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 05:46 AM
OK, I'm going to think outside the box for a moment. (pun intended)
I am no genius. I almost always get bored, and skip formulas when posted. So bare with me if what I'm saying is completely out of the question.
If whatever is in that box is floating, could they not possibly attach something TO that object and cause the entire box, (or enclosed container) to
float? And as far as the annoying sound, couldn't they use something more sound proof to encase it?
My point earlier was that the video showed was demonstrated by a device created in 1987. We have to question how far we really are with this stuff.
It's been 23 years since this device was created! Also, I'm still curious what "NASA related subject matter" entails.
We all know that the government keeps everything secret until it has been in use for many years.
Anyway, can someone who is much smarter when it comes to this stuff tell me if it would at all be feasible? Could they somehow make the entire
Thanks for your patience. I'll sit back down now and pay attention.