posted on Aug, 24 2013 @ 04:44 AM
This is basically, super-secret infomation here:
As we know, as is orthodox, light is an "absolute" factor, however, as we also know, light can only be seen when it reflects or refracts on or
through physical matter.
Likewise, also, the universe originated from the "Big Bang" and thus this point represents the beginning, and the end, of a universe, that is also,
Thus, the universe is a domain and there is no "outside" the universe from our perspective, to travel "inside" the universe would mean that there
is no "speed" at which one could ever "escape" it.
A "UFO" must thus, to escape light, be made of a substance that neither reflects or refracts light, thus being "invisible" - such an object would
theoretically bounce around the universe, without any specific "course" much akin to the nature of the atom, that appears and dissapears at random,
yet, within our observations - i.e.the universe.
If such a substance exists, then, the "craft" would be "completley black" on the inside, and, could only "land" when it collides with another
object - thus the course and trajectories of "UFO's" being completley random.
Alternativley, the substance could be composed geometrically, and in such a way, that all "reflections" - purely reflective substance, cancel
themselves out as a result of the angular structure of the material used - this would require perfection, and thus extremely difficult to produce or
Secondly, the craft's "interior" would be pitch black for the lonely occupant - and being outside of "light" it would never really "touch" any
other material object, asides from other craft of the same unique composure.
For the craft to "land" the material that the craft is made from must be "reactive" and the substance that the craft is made from will only alter
itself - i.e. the key to breaking the substances geometric perfection - would be substance that loses its special qualities when it comes into contact
with very specific chemicals - i.e. if the craft contacts Hydrogen, then the material alters and the "seal" of the craft is broken, and the
"occupant" escapes - essentially, a one-way ticket, as even if "he" could build another one, the chances of "him" landing on his home planet -
with the exception of a very specific "landing" compound - would be near impossible.
So, they would "bounce" all over the Universe, until, they came into contact with planets or objects with the desired elements or chemicals - i.e. H