They say that the greatest obstacle to anti-gravity propulsion is the incredible amount of energy required to bend the fabric of space and time. Given recent advancements in quantum technology however it might be less difficult then we think.
The UAP Tic Taks and other vessels filmed by the US military appear to rely on a frictionless form of gravity manipulation. Theoretical physicists explain the UAP phenomena as a “bending of the space time fabric” were you contract the space behind the craft and expand it in front.
Again the greatest hurdle is the “immense amount of energy” you would need to produce a gravitational field that could nullify the Earths G force. Something equivalent to an extremely powerful superconductor is what initially comes to mind.
A rotating Bose Einstein quantum ferrofluid contained by a quantum meta-material hull and superconductor may be good running candidates for explaining this incredible propulsion system.
At this point a distinction should be made between what we’re talking about here – the unknown tik tak/circular type craft and a recently declassified triangular craft patented by the US Navy, which involves a highly condensed form of cold fusion.
CGNs interview with a cold fusion scientist explains that concept in more detail.
With that being said – Two recent advancements in material science and particle physics include the Bose Einstein quantum ferrofluid, and quantum meta-material. Both of these scientific achievements involve manipulating the temperature or shape of something until a exact quantum effect is achieved. That is also why I refer to them as quantum technology.
The first one, a rotating Bose Einstein quantum ferrofluid is what happens when you cool ions down in a quantum vacuum and then spin them around a superconductor. You can also do this with subatomic particles like the photon. In our case however all of the ionized atoms entangle their alignment in the direction of magnetized spin, producing a frictionless spiral. This is a form of macroscopic quantum entanglement.
In other words, there is something about an empty cold vacuum – where atoms nearly cease to vibrate, that enhances the collective synchronization of ions, an energized form of atom that radiates electromagnetic energy. The idea being, that a large enough frictionless spiral of Bose Einstein Condensate could produce an immense amount of energy.
Lets not forget that the connection between superconductivity and gravitomagnetic field generation is pretty well documented.. As is the frictionless quality of Bose Einstein Condensate.
The best running candidate for an unconventional form of superconducting material that can spin, contain and possibly even direct that incredible amount of electromagnetic energy is called a “quantum metamaterial” -which is what Luiz Elizondo, a former Pentagon official claims to have found at a UAP crash site in the form of a Magnesium – Zinc – Bizmuth composite.
Meta-materials are designed from the atomic level up. They involve meticulously positioning each atom in to perfect alignment. Scientists experiment to find these exact configurations but once they do – such as the 1.1 degree tilt between 2 layers of hexagonal, mono-atomic graphene – the matter itself begins to behave very differently, as if you’ve “unlocked” a new ability.
The unique “ability” of a quantum meta-material is that it can manipulate electromagnetic radiation in ways that were previously considered impossible, utilizing the ruleset of quantum mechanics. That could range from bending light (think cloaking) to storing it very tightly and and in complex ways – which begins to blur the line between quantum metamaterial and quantum computer.
The bottom line? The unconventional superconducting abilities of quantum meta-material are well known to the scientific community and might be exactly what we need to control the incredible amount of electromagnetic energy generated by a frictionless spiral of rotating Bose Einstein quantum ferrofluid.
You could imagine an outer torus shaped containment chamber made out of a different kind of quantum meta-material then the superconducting core, obviously something more tailored toward containment. For example, quantum electrodynamic graphene meta-material is known for it’s battery like quality.
Then, because a quantum meta-material can also be programmed like a super computer you might be able to encode the engine chamber and hull of the ship to coordinate for the purposes of steering. If it is just a matter of reducing superconductivity in one region and increasing it in another, that has already been achieved with quantum meta-material.
On top of that, because synthetic quantum materials are capable of bending light it is not hard to imagine how cloaking may be possible as well.
Let not forget about how potentially complex the whole gamut of things thrown under the umbrella of UAP are. There are likely several different approaches to achieving antigravity. On top of that – there may be natural phenomena that can be mistaken for technology. One question we might ask ourselves is why UAP have been spotted more often before an earthquake, and nearer to the fault zone of that Earthquake.
These seem more like “earthlights” or “ball lightning”. However, another possibility is that they are more advanced forms of UAP technology. We know for example the correlation between solar storms, geomagnetic storming and earthquake activity as well as volcanic activity. The question being – can you optimize UAP travel throughout the atmosphere with same solar – geomagnetic blueprint responsible for changes in seismic activity on Earth?
Inventor Robert Stirniman
“The ability to generate a negative gravity effect may come as no surprise to experimenters who have worked with Bose-Einstein condensates, superfluids, or superconductor material in which the angular momentum of quantum level particles can become aligned along a “macroscopic” spin axis.”
“Atoms spin very quickly and in a Bose-Einstein condensate enough atoms come together to form a force that is perpendicular to the spin of the atom. This produces a gravity-like field, which could be controlled in any direction. ” reference
“When the temperature of a boson gas drops below a certain value, a large number of bosons ‘condense’ into a single quantum state — this is a Bose–Einstein condensate (BEC). All of these bosons then behave in exactly the same way, and quantum-mechanical effects become visible at a macroscopic level. Such collective boson behavior gives rise to phenomena such as frictionless flow, or superfluidity, and quantum interference.” reference