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reply to post by paxnatus
If there was ANYTHING like this around, why not use it and dominate the world? Isn't that the US's game plan?
reply to post by Rosinitiate
They installed a nuclear reactor on a B-36 in the 60s but it never powered the aircraft, as they couldn't put enough shielding for the crew to survive more than one or two flights and still get airborne.
Or even better,
if he really is the inventor of black triangles and the B2,
Get him on here for an AMA thread.
Now that would be the way to go with it...
This is a compelling!
OP, you say that these are actually not triangle in shape at all--- yet they appear this way via mirror stealth. People have seen these crafts from time to time, and yet never have I heard of anyone mentioning something rectangular in shape.
reply to post by riffraff
Well, from a technology standpoint --- to admit this technology exists and is being utilized would create a massive uproar of anger. We've been oil slaves for a hundred years, and alternatives have been squashed in every respect.
You'd have risks of them being shot down, dismantled, and then distributed into free energy engines that could solve major issues on the planet / cripple the profits of oil.
reply to post by superman2012
Bistatic passive radar. You can't zap what you can't find. A shielded power source, maybe a generator on the receiver side, and there's a damn good chance they find it before it gets all the transmitters.edit on 11/29/2013 by Zaphod58 because: (no reason given)