posted on Mar, 22 2017 @ 08:05 PM
Sorry for the garbled text. I was trying to type from a phone.
For the radar, if it were the result of bad calibration, the we should expect to see a wide spectrum of errors. Not the same thing over and
over, of objects moving really fast and then changing course, and moving at the same speed in the new direction. Or is there some reason I
don't know about for why that would happen?
Moving that fast certainly doesn't defy the laws of physics. If they use electrical propulsion they might be taking air from in front of the craft
and moving it out of the way far ahead of the craft so the craft never encounters any air resistance to begin with. Allowing effectively
unlimited speed of travel.
Electrical propulsion is a real technology. It just hasn't been developed to anywhere near its full potential (on Earth).