Tag: space travel

Faith in the Unknown

Faith in the Unknown

Could you even imagine an airship originating from another world – autonomous, or maybe flown or guided by an alien creature? Even our Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) – commonly called drones you probably haven’t seen, unless you live in Pakistan, Somalia, or Yemen, not a welcome sight, I’m sure. Even if seen, our – and by “our” I mean Earthling […]

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Can Gravity Be Cancelled?

Can Gravity Be Cancelled?

We all see gravity at work when we take a step, throw something across the room, see rain fall, or leaves float to the ground. For something so common in our lives, it is still a mystery. We have two tested theories, not very recent theories at that: Newton’s from the 17th century and Einstein’s General Relativity (GR) from the […]

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The Secrets of UFO Engineering

The Secrets of UFO Engineering

By OcJim Over a long period of history, dating back to even before biblical times, tens of thousands of people have observed unknown objects in the skies.  Some ten percent of modern sightings (2009 in Italy, above and 1927 in Oregon, below) of a phenomena we call UFOs, cannot be explained, at least by utilizing earthly knowledge and logic. (click […]

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