posted on Mar, 1 2012 @ 07:19 PM
Sometime back I had read a book written by a survivor of the Philadelphia Experiment.
Evidently, Einstein was a witness on the pier, and watched the ship disappear. If you don't know the story, it reappeared later off the coast of
France with mens bodies half stuck inside metal bulkheads and other nasty business. It was supposed to be an anti-radar experiment.
I believe this sight is what prompted Einstein's last words; "Everything is relative."
If everything is relative, then no euclidian points can rule an atom because all points a relative to all points, so in reality, the only way to
encompass the true meaning of space and time is possible only using projective geometry.
I'd like to add: I have found the key to explaining gravity, and having found just that, I was able to deduce a few methods of anti-gravity. Anyone
wants to know how to build their own craft, it is now more than easy in my opinion. Most of the parts can be found from common junkyard parts, you
don't need to grow element 115 or anything fancy, those are only for extremely capable (high thrust to weight ratio) crafts... honestly just a cheap
way to build a ufo for whoever is making them for the gov'.
edit on 1-3-2012 by mikefromspace because: (no reason given)