Originally posted by projectvxn
reply to post by spikey
Yes but stealth aircraft don't violate every known principle of physics.
the point I'm making is that a black hole creation weapon is impossible unless you can literally create the mass out of thin air. And that, my
friend, doesn't jive anywhere in the observable universe, even less so here on Earth.
Oh don't get me wrong projectvxn,
I'm not being argumentative for the sake of it, i really do hear you and agree, that out in the published or open sciences, it is to our current
knowledge totally impossible to 'project a gravity well or black hole'.
And yeah, covert projects as well as open projects in this part of the Multiverse at least, have to follow the same physical laws and operating
But, what i'm saying is that because of their very nature, covert or black projects and research are..hidden from the wider world, and as such, we
are not privy to the advances made during the research, until much later, normally decades later, when elements of it are commercialised and filter
out to the public.
It goes without saying that these covert research efforts pay off, as we have seen the results of past covert activity that has been commercialised
and made public. Nuclear power being one, stealth, fibre optics, the Silicon chip, lasers, meta-materials, radar, rocketry, materials sciences
Who's to say that these same research efforts haven't produced advances in our understanding of gravity and electromagnetic projection? Some would
argue that has already happened (ELF, HAARP, Rail gun tech).
But what is certain, is that *if* advances have been made covertly in these areas, we the public will probably not hear about it, save for the odd
rumour or two, until they wish to commercialise the technology in a 'civilian format', which will only be done once the covert research has
superseded the original..iow, when they have something better, we get told about the old, about to be obsolete tech.
Mind you, having said all that, if you follow Quantum physics and all that entails and implies, 'our physics' are only 'our physics', because that
is what we believe them to be. We put limits on our own physical reality, which in turn limits the physical reality open to our perception.
But, hey...that's getting waaaay out there...even for me.