Re: The Propulsion System of the Roswell UFO: Is it similar to
Dr Jones ( [email protected] )
Tue, 3 Mar 1998 18:37:33 +1300 At 18:56 2/03/98 -0800, you wrote:
>[email protected] wrote:
>> I am sure that most of you have heard at least the basics about the Roswell
>>This is from page 100 and 101 of his book
>> “The Day After Roswell”.
>> The craft was able to displace
>> gravity though the propagation of magnetic wave, controlled by shifting the
>> magnetic poles around the craft so as to control, or vector, not a
>> propulsion system but the repulsion of force like charges.
>> The air force discovered that the entire vehicle functioned just like a
>> giant capacitor. In other words, the craft itself stored the energy
>> necessary to propagate the magnetic wave that elevated it, allowed it to
>> achieve escpae velocity from earth’s gravity, and enabled it to achieve
>> speeds of over seven thousand miles per hour. The pilots weren’t affected by
>> the tremendous g forces that build up in the acceleration of conventional
>> aircraft because to aliens inside, it enveloped the craft.”
> Does it sound similar to Townsend
>> Brown’s? What do you think?
Whose book is this and how did they come to find this info out? The entire
operation was kept highly militarised after the incident. Lots of scared
people running around.
Also, it does sound like Brown’s work (which came first – his work or this
story?). Einstein noted that if you can overcome gravity, you should
overcome inertia as well…