posted on Feb, 26 2013 @ 12:18 PM
Mods please move this if you think it should be somewhere else.
Thinking about craft which are powered by magnetic/gravitational flux changes.
I have been wondering if there is any way to detect or measure ATMOSPHERIC magnetic or gravitational fields. If there is, it seems like an ideal way
to detect incoming or outgoing craft and would give us more evidence of this technology being used around Earth's fly zones.
It seems more and more likely that various world goverments have this technology or at least, if they dont, then the aliens probably have it so either
way, it would be an excellent project.
The problem is - we need to know how this detecting can be done, so if anyone has any information on this or skills in this area it would be really
useful. (something like detecting the Hall effect but magnified 1000x ?)
ATS user xpoq47 has a somewhat very similar project in this thread
which uses cameras to visually detect craft. He has written a program to gather evidence which can then be verified by information from the aircraft
authorities using ground radar and to file FOI requests from the public records.
This is in no way trying to steal his thunder for that project, and I hope he does not consider it so. I think that every kind of evidence we can
collect is useful to combat the people trying to tell us that there are no such things as UFOs, or aliens.