posted on Nov, 10 2012 @ 12:13 AM
Interesting find. People won't believe what I say and I don't know about the photos and video, but the "mercury/plasma drive" is real enough. Not
exactly what I'd call it, but that's close enough. I shared about a year ago here that I worked on something similar to the fabled "foo fighters"
but only as consultant. It works in a couple different ways, there's a gyro-like central structure to it composed of the superconductive material.
"Mercury" is important in the design but not in the form you and I most commonly think of it as. It's part of the heated material itself. On the
outer areas of the "drive," there are tubes. 3 for most basic function that are horizontal. One flowing the charged gas one direction, the next,
larger tube pushing it the opposite direction. These hoops themselves also have smaller "hoops" of charged plasma that are arrayed around them. Like
a wedding ring with tinier wedding rings all around the circle of it. A tesla coil but with plasma.. in a way. Anyways, the opposite flowing plasma
(of the same charge) has the effect of "push," seemingly breaking a law of known physics.. but, well, it just works. The gyroscopic interior more of
less does what you'd imagine it might, while also providing lift enough to counter balance. There's more, but this is roughly what the "drive" is.
Placed in a straight line if the aerial is long, or on the corners of any shape (or just making one big "Drive" as the craft itself like in the
earlier models) all work to sustain lift. There's a bit of an issue with the gas and heat that's let loose but every engine has that problem.
The aerial vehicle, when the outer shell electrical field is turned (same as used by the stealth craft) on creates a kind of mild "glow" around the
edges of it's field. Like a pair of sunglasses, clear when you look through them but turn more opaque when seen from an angle. It's the same old
"green glow" written about from the supposed "philly experiments" around the boat, but not to the same dangerous degree.
It's really cool to see some of this come out to light. I have a very good idea why, if the reports are true, that this was spotted down in Australia
as opposed to being based here, and it's not for the general reason of escaping from prying eyes. Has to do with manufacturing.