After examining so many witness reports suggesting there may be more residing in the skies than we’re currently aware of, one theme that keeps coming up is a mysterious triangular craft that can glide soundlessly through the air, but is far too large to be a traditional plane or helicopter. And with the ability to stop and then accelerate to tremendous speeds, witnesses often believe it to be an extraterrestrial craft. But what if it wasn’t? What if this model of UFO was actually a top secret military aircraft hovering through our own skies? How might it work?
First, let’s consider the fact that it makes no sound. All aircraft make sound when their means of propulsion is from a kinetic force being generated against gravity or propelling it forward so that wings use the air to give it altitude. But there is one known aircraft that is capable of making an object fly without making a single sound. At least not one that would be heard by witnesses on the ground.
Helium is the most commonly known lighter than air gas used to give things like balloons flight. Our current understanding of blimps are essentially large balloons with bags that allow the craft to retain their shape. But before the Hindenburg disaster there was another type of lighter-than-air-vehicle known as a Rigid Airship. The main difference between a blimp and a derigible like the Hindenburg was a complex system of beams forming a cage around the structure. At the time in 1937, airships were used as a means of transportation for people and supplies. But with the advent of planes, research into more efficient derigibles went the way of the horse drawn carriage.
But what if we, with our current understanding of alloys and materials were able to bring the derigible back? By building a lattice-work cage around a wing-shaped vehicle like a Stealth Bomber, we could create a vehicle that was just light enough to get off the ground, but then used heat to elevate it up the final amount, generated from within to allow it more precise control. The fusion of heat and lighter than air gasses would mean the vehicle could control its altitude in an entirely closed system without depending on a propeller or make any sound.
But then how would it move forward? And how could such a large vehicle hope to move so quickly? For one thing, these objects are commonly seen with a large red light at the back of them. Could this actually be a series of hundreds of tiny jets pushing it along quietly so that only a dull hum could be heard from the ground, and often being overtaken by the very wind itself? And witnesses on the ground would see it not as a raging rocket, but rather as a dull red glow. Additionally, by depending on small flames, the rockets would have more control, although also a lot less force for moving quickly.
Such a vehicle, if made with a lightweight material may be able to operate at night completely invisibly without making a sound, not even showing up on radar if it were made of a special ultra-strong stealth fabric.
Is this what some of the triangular craft people have been seeing in the western hemisphere are?