Skip to comments.U.S. Navy Has Patents on Tech It Says Will ‘Engineer the Fabric of Reality’
Posted on 02/04/2021 2:20:43 PM PST by Mariner
The U.S. Navy has patents on weird and little understood technology. According to patents filed by the Navy, it is working on a compact fusion reactor that could power cities, an engine that works using “inertial mass reduction,” and a “hybrid aerospace-underwater craft.” Dubbed the “UFO patents, The War Zone has reported that the Navy had to build prototypes of some of the outlandish tech to prove it worked.
Dr. Salvatore Cezar Pais is the man behind the patents and The War Zone has proven the man exists, at least on paper. Pais has worked for a number of different departments in the Navy, including the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAVAIR/NAWCAD) and the Strategic Systems Programs. (SSP) The SSP mission, according to its website, is to “provide credible and affordable strategic solutions to the warfighter.” It’s responsible for developing the technology behind the Trident class nuclear missiles launched from Submarines.
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Nothing new in this article, just rehashed TheDrive / WarZone stuff.
“U.S. Navy Has Patents on Tech It Says Will ‘Engineer the Fabric of Reality’”
I was USN ‘71-’75...and we were already “engineering the fabric of reality” back then. You just didn’t want to get caught doing it though...
Yeah, the US military protects new technology with patents so the publicly accessible documents can be shared to our advesaries.
If that’s what we admitting to, then you know the really secret stuff is way cooler.
Either that, or it’s psy-ops.
Or it’s stuff that we know they already know about.
I used to read Defense Science magazine and it was really surprising what was in there; it was explained to me that if we’re publishing it, the other side already knows about it.
To get a patent, you have to give detailed drawings and intricate details describing how and why something is new and works. Then it becomes public knowledge.
The shadow government has been reverse engineering recovered alien spacecraft for at least 70+ years. They might have some of it figured out by now.
Fusion was been only 5 years away for 80 years.
There are a lot of patents for perpetual motion and similar stuff. A patent doesn’t make it real.
I thought the Air Force ran the Stargate program!
‘Engineer the Fabric of Reality’
Join the “Navi”, see the world:
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It comes with the word play on Zalman, i.e. Solomon
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With enough time, there’s plenty of room!
“Watch me for the changes, and try to keep up, okay?”
You’re kidding, right?
It would have been more believable if the Nimitz had been transported to the Adriatic Sea, dropped hard, and sinks a few miles off shore, the crew having to swim for shore with only the clothes on their back. Once on shore they are captured by a Roman legion.
When asked who their leader is, they one by one, announce......
Yep.... out of Cheyenne Mountain.
Why wouldn't this be used for commercial power on a larger scale?
I mean, besides all of the anti-nuke idiots out there...."Akkkkk! It's a BOMB!!!!!
True but the breakthrough will most probably occur and the nation that accomplishes that will be light years ahead of others...until the Chinese steal that technology if they don’t already have it.
Sure sounds like it if they are paying for those losing technologies.
I am surprised they left off their "investments" in cold fusion as well.
Uh, no! Look at the design for any fusion reactor and a knowledgeable person's first question is, "tell me what was wrong with fission reactors, again?" And don't say waste because there are two problems with fusion. First the 14MeV neutrons make lots of activation products - e.g. waste. And second the only way to make the tritium you need for fusion is with a fission reactor.
Oh, and problem three. It doesn't actually work except in nuclear bombs.
No need for China to steal technology any more.
The Big Guy got his cut—now he has to fork over the goods.
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