February 20, 2011
UFO propulsion has always been an interesting but elusive topic for me. Sure, there's more than enough stuff across the web that talk about it but it's always the same dialogue: UFOs create an "anti-gravity" field and that's how they fly. Well.....I don't think so. Anti-gravitons are just as attracted to gravity as normal gravitons. So what is it that makes them go. Or, more to the point, HOVER! I mean we can discuss aerodynamics of flight but that's the easy part. The HOVERING part? Not so much. And that's really what it's all about isn't it? And what about that incredible acceleration along with the bone crushing, brain flattening 90 degree turns and who knows how many thousands of miles per hour.
This is the kind of stuff that UFOs are reported to do, verified by radar, jet pilots, and witnesses of all backgrounds, skilled, unskilled, military or not. When one thinks of hovering one usually thinks of mechanical things like fans, turbines, air ducting to take advantage of the Coanda Effect and other known physics. You know, helicopters, airships and other craft we are more used to seeing hover. Even the Frisbee toy LOL. But UFOs? No visible moving parts or protrusions and RARELY if ever with some kind of exhaust or vapor trail like what's been reported on occasion with the large cigar shaped craft.
So the new idea, born out of a process of elimination more than anything else, is that UFOs do not hover because of any on-board propulsion generated by some kind of power plant. That to me is just too low-tech and opens the door for disaster upon failure. Imagine, to have come this far from somewhere out in space only to end up in the dirt somewhere. How embarrassing! It sure isn't something I'd want. In fact I would think that lesson got hammered out after it happened a few times too many on some other world ages ago.
So the concept is that UFOs are controlled from a support ship through the use of a tractor beam. It explains EVERY kind of maneuver as well as why we'll never get close to one. Sure folks say there was a crash at Roswell. I say OK, it was a brief case of partial tractor beam malfunction. The thing went down, the Air Force said it did, and the newspapers reported it was a saucer crash. But when they got to the sight there was nothing but weather balloon debris- because the tractor beam glitch was remedied and the craft was then picked up and brought back to the support vessel.
That's my concept for UFO propulsion- tractor beam. I don't care about the Bob Lazars, the Stan Friedmans, or the Paul R. Hills of the world; nor do I care about what I call the propulsion ideas in all the books by the authors of what I call "mainstream Ufology". A tractor beam controlled UFO is really the only thing that adds up. It's a kind of technology one could easily expect from an advanced space traveling race. UFOs have been seen deploying beams and orbs but I have not seen the idea of a Mother ship itself being the one controlling the UFO. I think it an interesting and different viewpoint to consider.