posted on Sep, 14 2004 @ 11:26 AM
Now what has this Nutso thought of now? You may be thinking that, but please, share your thoughts.
Look at all the Sci-Fi films, especially those of being in space, especially the space ships. They all have Shields? Of course! Those Invisibility
cloaks of the day were amazing! You couldn’t see them, they could see you –that’s if, you aren’t cloaked yourself. And then, when you get hit, the
cloak starts to get damaged, if your somehow found, or when the cloak is damaged it automatically starts weakening, it doesn’t just turn off like
that, it slowly (or at a fast pace) goes down and you can easily be detected by the other ship…your either a gonner or you may be lucky enough to win
the fight this time round.
Only a few weeks ago, I came across how Invisibility CAN be achieved. I was holing a piece of wet cloth, right next to a strong fan and observed it
flapping really fast, soon enough, while adjusting the cloth to see if it would move faster, it occurred to me it was vibrating at a very fast speed,
and as I observed, none other than it was barely see-able, I did my best to get it to go faster, but the fan just wasn’t fast and strong enough to do
The point of my little story there was that at VERY High frequencies/vibrations, invisibility of a whole body, i.e. a space ship, can be achieved.
Theorising that these E.T.s are very advanced since they can travel in space by light years, or probably better, hyper speed they have probably found
a way to achieve invisibility. Now supposing that this is the way to invisibility (if there are more ways…then please contribute them…please don’t
come up with the “If your not there, you wont be seen…that’s a bit obvious…lol) Not only to the eye, (if they have them) but also to equipment, this
would need an extremely high frequency, and because the unlimited amount of frequencies, the higher you are in the chart, the harder it is to “find”
you. Of course there will always be that someone will somehow be on the same frequency and if you manage to bump into each other in the vast space of
the universe then you’ll see each other, since you’ll be at the exact same frequency.
So why not start searching at high frequencies and forget the low ones…the low ones are when shields are down and out, that’s what I’m thinking.
Share your thoughts!
There is always the possibility they haven't bothered coming near to our solar system...or even the blue planet the 3rd from the lovely-not-double
planet star system...