posted on Apr, 25 2007 @ 11:00 AM
Here's an engineer who has developed a technology utilizing Einstein's anti-gravity formula:
Are we getting closer to figuring out UFO propulsion? Rob Lazar kind of left us hanging - interesting concept/idea if his A51 story is to be believed
- but rather disappointing with respect to specifics and details.
Anyone (or group/company) with the gumption, time, and resources should be able to replicate this device. Just wondering if this is viable and if so,
where is it and why haven't we seen it yet? [Perhaps it's already here; @LMT skunk works, BA phantom works, et al].
This particular engineer is ready to take his engine to market and promises an "...Elevator to the Stars...". Is this how the UFO's get here? Full
details can be found at:
Low Cost Space Transport From Earth To Space/Stars
edit: fix url
[edit on 4/25/2007 by Outrageo]