posted on Feb, 19 2020 @ 07:56 AM
a reply to: dfnj2015
It's not that surprising energy 'production' is difficult at all when there is literally a universal law that energy cannot be created.
It's one of the most linear and correlated progressions in all of science.
Unless the UFO's technology is an efficiency modifier, it's still safe to assume it runs on Electricity and not some magical force.
I would first assume a 'gravity engine' is producing gravity, and not exploiting it; our Earth's gravity is an extremely weak force that could never
Naturally, this means the UFO has an enormous footprint and is not some life-saving energy, it's a propulsion force. Do rocket cars hold any secrets
to energy creation? No? They just burn tons of fuel? Then why would a UFO?
There's only 2 realistic outlooks.
A gravity engine produces power equal to 9.8m/s^2, and is trash.
A gravity engine creates gravity for force, at the cost of electricity.
Neither of these would 'help people' very much and definitely wouldn't solve the power crisis. Especially when compared to the potential future
applications of solar power. With neutrino capture, the concept of generating power itself would be obsolete. We are literally swimming in energy at
all times, constantly, without rest.
edit on 19-2-2020 by idiotseverywhere because: (no reason given)