Thank you for sharing such a great video!
Truthfully, this is the best out there.
We (those who watched the whole thing) heard an alien speak perfect Italian!
It's definitely an enchanting documentary and it leaves me wondering only this:
How do they make matter dense without affecting themselves?
Eh, let me find my intellect...
They said that they could vertically condense matter so they can open/close their bases.
A very beautiful thought, but I am curious on how they enter it without being affected as well.
Let me through you into my prospective.
Lets take a rectangle [==]
and place it somewhere underneath the ground.
We activate it and we get a 30ft x 50ft rectangular room,
We can enter through it because we placed it on the side of a cliff and now we have a cave.
Entering the room poses theoretical impossibilities.
Such as, why does one area open up that we can enter and the other are made infinitely dense...
However, let's say we can enter.
Inside we feel nothing different, we have air, although in theory we would have a vacuum.
In order to even create such a structure would be unearthly to our human reality's understanding of our universe's physics.
BUT, let's say the rectangle is a super charged magnetic field that expands the space it is in. We then could, theoretically, create a vacuum tight
space with it. We also didn't break any laws of physics, but we do face an issue of how a magnetic field and move soil or rock that has no metals.
So, thinking back to my physics course I took last semester, I understand that we could use a mixture of sorts.
Magnetic forces, Heat, and Waves.
We could then create a device that heats up to be a catalyst for a chemical reaction that would create a strong enough magnetic field and have "sound
waves" at low enough frequencies or even high frequencies to condense the area which could then create that open area.
Now we face another issue.
Heat. Well, heat is radiation. No, not gamma rays, but it is a radiant.
However, since we created a vacuum, it is infinitely cold. OR IS IT?
We now have the same affect as the Sun as it is in our solar system...
Let's say we've had this open space made and it's been on for 48 hours.
Heat expands elements and also can make them infinitely small.
We know this because gas will rise (expand) and elements such as wood burn and turns to ash (shrinking)
I'll bbs. I'll edit this post and find my words before I continue.
But please, enlighten me with your own personal thoughts and opinions.