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Originally posted by Gentill Abdulla
Originally posted by bigfatfurrytexan
reply to post by Gentill Abdulla
OK, apply this to the Li/Podkletnov experiments now.
You have a superconductor that spins at a high rate of speed. Upon reaching a certain speed, there is noticed a slight loss in downward force, or weight. This indicates a loss of gravitational effect, as it is not centrifugal force, or inertia (in the mundane sense, anyway) that is causing it.
And you will find that the loss of downward force is proportional to speed.
Originally posted by Kratos40
Originally posted by DCPatriot
Originally posted by Bobbox1980
One of my pet ideas is that alien UFOs use graphene in the skin of their hull to generate the immense magnetic fields needed( if Heim theory turns out to be true) to propel their craft.
Graphene layered on Nitenol (the memory metal supposedly found at Roswell). They have similar tensile strengths and graphene is the most conductive material known to humankind.
[edit on 30-7-2010 by Bobbox1980]
That exactly was my point in my since deleted post above.
I am not an engineer, but I understand that a high-speed train propels itself by synchronized magnets.
Why not be able to do the same thing in a graphite-type skinned craft?
Suddenly this changes my entire outlook on the Phoenix Lights and Stephenville, Texas sightings.
As for me, this changes my outlook on the whole Apollo 20/retiredafb controversy. In the book by Luca Scantamburlo titled "Apollo20: The Disclosure", retiredafb mentioned to Scantamburlo that the derelict ships on the Moon used up to 300 Teslas and used MagnetoHydro Dynamics. He also mentioned that the Roswell UFOs used the same amount of Teslas. Furthermore, he mentioned that the derelict ships retained their overall shape even after being bombarded by meteorites for millions of years because they seemed to be made from material that had "memory of shape".
I might get flamed for bringing up that subject, but I find it quite intriguing.
Originally posted by jazz10
I'm hoping that by replying to this thread it may get us all into the realms of what other threads are on about.
Graphene!!! Come on people.
Most have no idea what this means.
Other threads regarding amazing discoveries are not being connected here.