Re: Cdr David Fravor USN on his "tic-tac" encounter

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Message posted by Roger M. on October 08, 2019 at 10:05:45 PST:

I believe the real question has two parts. One, who's technology is this, and two, where are they (or have they been) testing said technology. If this is some sort of plasma drive (as has been posited), then realistically the only country scientifically and militarily advanced enough ... and with enough money to develop it - is the U.S.A.
Second question, with the kinds of speed being discussed by U.S. military pilots, far greater distances would be required for testing ... certainly far greater than would be found in or around the Cali/Nevada ranges.
Military pilot accounts make it pretty obvious that the testing is taking place offshore, out over vast stretches of open ocean of the U.S. East and West coasts.

So the bases of testing operations has to be somewhere on both the East and West coast ... the interesting question is "where"?

Of course realistically, with speeds up to (apparently) perhaps double digit Mach numbers, the test base could easily be on the ranges, with no more than a few minutes before the flying apparatus was out over open ocean.

I think the only thing making discussion on DR inappropriate would be discussion of these things as anything but a black U.S. military project ... which it very likely exactly what it is.

In Reply to: Re: Cdr David Fravor USN on his "tic-tac" encounter posted by greatguess on October 07, 2019 at 15:38:18 PST:


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