posted on Sep, 13 2007 @ 03:58 AM
Sorry if this has been brought up before, if it has maybe I can add some light on the subject.
I was discussing UFO's with Snipermat and he mentioned how many believe UFO's are attracted to electrical storms (Roswell?) but are not seen mostly
due to cloud cover and the bad weather, when this theory came to us.
We believe some UFO's must use electrical storms to "recharge", and I'll explain it in detail.
It is widely believed some UFO's generate a field of gravity the same as earth does, and this repells the craft (makes it hover) the same as two
magnets of the same polarity. Is this relative to electric polarity, which means the craft must have a negative electrical charge like earth does?
During an electrical storm, I have seen bolts of "lightning" jump from the top of the clouds (+ charge) to, I guess, the stratosphere (or above)
which is obviously a negative charge. This means an enormous amount of electrons must be stored (or "consumed") up there somewhere. Is it viable a
craft requiring electrons as a power source could somehow use this scenario as a fuel station?
We'd love to hear some for\against for this as we know people out there understand this a lot more than we do!