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.
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Of course, we don’t need to explain UFO sightings if we deride those who observe them, and we can explain them away by manufacturing reasons for their occurrence: weather balloons, stars, planes, comets, etc. The alternative is to approach them logically.
I bid logic.
Let’s speculate on the engineering aspects of UFO sightings. To aid these efforts, the published descriptions are great empirical data that a “UFO Sherlock Holmes” could use to explain how what we see, though it seems impossible, is at least feasible.
A recent book by Kenneth W. Behrendt called Secrets of UFO Technology and an older one by Paul R. Hill (a NASA scientist now deceased) called Unconventional Flying Objects, do take the UFO phenomena seriously and attempt to explain them in engineering terms. Both authors had multiple sightings themselves.
An endeavor of discovery such as this is entirely necessary. Why? Because knowledge may lift the blind of incredulity, secrecy, mockery, and deceit that most authorities and their minions seem to use to avert any need to explain. After all, they have dignity and a false sense of national security to protect.
UFOs, whether large, mother-ship types or smaller disk-shaped craft, are noiseless and tend to hover with impossible buoyancy and feather-like movements, especially for crafts weighing many tons, and which, upon some prompting, rapidly accelerate and disappear.
To hover and be noiseless would necessitate some form of lightness that an Earth-made vehicle does not have. Hovering is familiar for a helicopter, but rotors are extremely noisy, or a hot air balloon that, if it moves, moves slowly and with the cooperation of wind currents.
Contrary to what is known to be possible in our world, the UFO craft would have to defy gravity, most likely by becoming massless. Furthermore, accelerating, even disappearing, in a burst of speed that we deem impossible would have to be done with a massless craft and crew, especially considering that the calculated speed of some UFOs in our atmosphere has exceeded 7,000 mph. Furthermore, observed tight maneuvers have necessitated G forces of 10 or more, something that would render humans unconscious at the controls. If occupied, consciousness at the controls and circulatory systems are ascribed to intelligent aliens.
How does a UFO lose mass? Behrendt posits that a rotating anti-mass field generator emits anti-graviton streams at light speed surrounding the craft. Each anti-force particle pairs up with a graviton, the force field for gravity. Their joining acts on mass like a subdued gravitational energy. The pair forms within chains of coupled forces, making the air surrounding the craft, the UFO, its contents and its UFOnauts massless.
We know that anti-matter and matter destroy one another in a burst of energy. Perhaps opposing gravity force fields create a massless state. The rub is to know how to produce ant-gravitons.
Therefore, once formed, the graviton-anti-graviton pairs surround the craft and render the craft and crew massless. A massless vehicle and crew can easily streak off at impossible speeds and maneuver like an errant boomerang without any whip-like exertion on bodies, this with the application of a simple form of propulsion.
Physicists have posited that gravitons mediate the force of gravity. They have not seen them or seen direct evidence of them, being the force field of the weakest force, gravity. That’s why it is difficult to give credence to their existence, let alone their opposite force, the anti-graviton. Having few discrete explanations for UFO performance, we shrink from recognizing that UFOs exist. It’s like admitting to other adults that you believe in the Easter Bunny.
For example, how could you – with a straight face — ascribe to the claim that a UFO just disappears: Now you see it; now you don’t? It’s like ghost ship tales? But know that a Cornell University researcher just developed a “time cloak” that can obscure an object at a given moment.
The following is simplistic and vague, but it offers a feasible explanation.
What is visible to us is an object composed of atoms that emit photons of light in the visible light spectrum, a pretty narrow band. Atoms are composed of a nucleus with protons; most have neutrons, all circled by electronics at various shell levels. Electrons gain energy from outside impacts of surrounding atoms or by absorbing just the right energy from photons. Emitted photons provide the light we see or don’t see, depending on the energy level of the light.
Anything that weakens the electrostatic force within an electron shell (by increasing its radii, for example) would allow such electrons to absorb lower energy from infrared (IR) photons striking the electron, and emit invisible IR photons as the electron reactively goes down an orbital rung around its nucleus, for example. If all atoms making up the UFO were thus affected, it becomes invisible. Why? Because its energy level is below the visible spectrum.
As for UFOs visiting from other planets even hundreds of light years away, can a massless spacecraft travel faster than the speed of light: E = MC2 when M = 0? I’m no physicist, but does that violate Einstein’s theory? Supposedly, neutrinos, a product of nuclear reactions, which have very little mass, can travel faster than the speed of light.
Look, folks. We are talking about things we don’t fully understand. Let’s not trivialize UFO observations or mock their observers.
If we treat such evidence logically and seriously, perhaps we will get somewhere in duplicating the technology that now mystifies us.
On some Memorial Day weekend, wouldn’t you like to travel to Jupiter’s moon Europa, to see if there is life in the oceans under the surface ice? How about spending your sabbatical, visiting Gliese 581G to see if it is really inhabited – or is really there? It’s only about 20.6 light years away.
With UFO technology, we could reach Europa in a few hours, perhaps and Gliese 581G, in a few months.
You might want to sublet your apartment though, in case your return is delayed.