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2 Navy Airmen and an Object That ‘Accelerated Like Nothing I’ve Ever Seen’
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Within three years, the Pentagon's non-lethal weapons lab hopes to have a direct energy weapon that can produce an effect like a haunted walkie-talkie
or the biblical burning bush.


Holycowsmile Holy Plasmonic Phonic Tektonic !!!


The US Military Is Making Lasers Create Voices out of Thin Air

Within three years, the Pentagon's non-lethal weapons lab hopes to have a direct energy weapon that can produce an effect like a haunted walkie-talkie or the biblical burning bush.
Watch the video above and listen carefully for what sounds like a human voice during the second spin. That’s not an audio recording or a broadcast transmitted over radio…it’s not human at all. It’s an auditory effect that’s created by military scientists who manipulated the air with lasers — and it’s the Pentagon’s most interesting idea for stopping people charging checkpoints, or just scaring the crap out of them.
The U.S. military’s Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Program, or JNLWD, is inching closer to a weapon that alters atoms to literally create words from thin air. It’s called the Laser-Induced Plasma Effect and, fingers crossed, they hope to be able to say intelligible words within the next three years.
The weapon is composed of two parts: first, a femtosecond laser, which shoots a burst of focused light for 10−15 seconds, just long enough to rip the electrons from air molecules and create a ball of plasma. (Sometimes called the fourth state of matter, plasma is a field of electrified gas, highly responsive to electromagnetic effects.) The scientists then hit that plasma field with a second nanolaser, tuned to an extremely narrow range of wavelengths. They use that to manipulate the plasma field in a way that can produce light and noise. Get the interaction precise enough and you get something that sounds like a haunted walkie-talkie.
“We’re this close to getting it to speak to us. I need three or four more kilohertz,” says David Law, who runs JNLWD’s technology division. Ultimately, he wants a single system that can produce multiple effects — noise, light, even heat — and replace a wide variety of non-lethal weapons that the military has been testing. We have the exclusive video.





The weapon’s most interesting aspect may be the way it creates noise: at a specific and distant point in space, rather than blasting it out of a nearby speaker. That means that soldiers between the weapon and the target are unaffected.
How far away can that point be? “Range is a function of the optics. The bigger the mirrors, the farther the range,” Law said. A five-inch mirror creates the effect about one kilometer away; an 8-inch mirror, about five kilometers, he said. “They’ve created plasmas at 20 or 30 kilometers,” he said. “This is the first non-lethal weapon that could go out tens of kilometers.”
The Kerr effect, a term that refers to minute changes in the refractive index as a result of electromagnetic field changes, makes it actually easier to create the effect at a distance.
“One of the things about the ultra short pulse, it wants to form at longer ranges. It’s harder to form at shorter ranges,” said Law








Weird superconductor leads double life

March 21, 2018 by Glennda Chui, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory


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One unusual property of superconducting materials is that they expel magnetic fields and thus cause magnets to levitate, as shown here. A study at SLAC and Stanford of a particularly odd superconductor, strontium titanate, will aid …more
Until about 50 years ago, all known superconductors were metals. This made sense, because metals have the largest number of loosely bound "carrier" electrons that are free to pair up and flow as electrical current with no resistance and 100 percent efficiency – the hallmark of superconductivity.

Then an odd one came along – strontium titanate, the first oxide material and first semiconductor found to be superconducting. Even though it doesn't fit the classic profile of a superconductor – it has very few free-to-roam electrons – it becomes superconducting when conditions are right, although no one could explain why.

Now scientists have probed the superconducting behavior of its electrons in detail for the first time. They discovered it's even weirder than they thought. Yet that's good news, they said, because it gives them a new angle for thinking about what's known as "high temperature" superconductivity, a phenomenon that could be harnessed for a future generation of perfectly efficient power lines, levitating trains and other revolutionary technologies.

The research team, led by scientists at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford University, described their study in a paper published Jan. 30 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

"If conventional metal superconductors are at one end of a spectrum, strontium titanate is all the way down at the other end. It has the lowest density of available electrons of any superconductor we know about," said Adrian Swartz, a postdoctoral researcher at the Stanford Institute for Materials and Energy Science (SIMES) who led the experimental part of the research with Hisashi Inoue, a Stanford graduate student at the time.

"It's one of a large number of materials we call 'unconventional' superconductors because they can't be explained by current theories," Swartz said. "By studying its extreme behavior, we hope to gain insight into the ingredients that lead to superconductivity in these unconventional materials, including the ones that operate at higher temperatures."

Dueling Theories

According to the widely accepted theory known as BCS for the initials of its inventors, conventional superconductivity is triggered by natural vibrations that ripple through a material's atomic latticework. The vibrations cause carrier electrons to pair up and condense into a superfluid, which flows through the material with no resistance – a 100-percent-efficient electric current. In this picture, the ideal superconducting material contains a high density of fast-moving electrons, and even relatively weak lattice vibrations are enough to glue electron pairs together.

 

But outside the theory, in the realm of unconventional superconductors, no one knows what glues the electron pairs together, and none of the competing theories hold sway.

To find clues to what's going on inside strontium titanate, scientists had to figure out how to apply an important tool for studying superconducting behavior, known as tunneling spectroscopy, to this material. That took several years, said Harold Hwang, a professor at SLAC and Stanford and SIMES investigator.

"The desire to do this experiment has been there for decades, but it's been a technical challenge," he said. "This is, as far as I know, the first complete set of data coming out of a tunneling experiment on this material." Among other things, the team was able to observe how the material responded to doping, a commonly used process where electrons are added to a material to improve its electronic performance.

'Everything is Upside Down'

The tunneling measurements revealed that strontium titanate is the exact opposite of what you'd expect in a superconductor: Its lattice vibrations are strong and its carrier electrons are few and slow.

"This is a system where everything is upside down," Hwang said.

On the other hand, details like the behavior and density of its electrons and the energy required to form the superconducting state match what you would expect from conventional BCS theory almost exactly, Swartz said.

"Thus, strontium titanate seems to be an unconventional superconductor that acts like a conventional one in some respects," he said. "This is quite a conundrum, and quite a surprise to us. We discovered something that was more confusing than we originally thought, which from a fundamental physics point of view is more profound."

He added, "If we can improve our understanding of superconductivity in this puzzling set of circumstances, we could potentially learn how to harvest the ingredients for realizing superconductivity at higher temperatures."

The next step, Swartz said, is to use tunneling spectroscopy to test a number of theoretical predictions about why strontium titanate acts the way it does.

[/url]Explore further: Propagating "charge density wave" fluctuations are seen in superconducting copper oxides for the first time

More information: Adrian G. Swartz et al. Polaronic behavior in a weak-coupling superconductor, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1713916115


Journal reference: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Provided by: SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-weird-supe...e.html#jCp




Shedding light on the mystery of the superconducting dome

March 20, 2018, University of Groningen


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Prof. dr. Justin Ye, Zernike Insititute of Advanced Materials, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Groningen Credit: ZIAM/University of Groningen
University of Groningen physicists, and colleagues from Nijmegen and Hong Kong, have induced superconductivity in a monolayer of tungsten disulfide. By using an increasing electric field, they were able to show how the material turns from an insulator into a superconductor and then back into a re-entrant insulator again. Their results show the typical dome-shaped superconducting phase, and finally provide an explanation for this phenomenon. The results were published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on 19 March.

The scientists, led by University of Groningen associate professor Justin Ye, used an electric field to induce superconductivity in a monolayer of the semiconductor tungsten disulfide (WS2). In the initial state with very few carriers, the WS2 behaves as an insulator. "Basically, the electric field adds carriers to this normal band insulator, which increases the conductivity," explains Ye. At low temperatures, this initiates a superconducting state.

In the superconducting phase, the temperature at which superconductivity occurs rises as the electric field increases before dropping again. This kind of dome-shaped curve has been observed in many superconductors over several decades. It is one of the hallmarks of high temperature superconductors, many mysteries of which remain to be explained. A similar dome was recently also observed in several superconductors that were induced or controlled by field effect. What Ye and his colleagues observed was that, as the electric field increases even further, the system goes from superconductor back to insulator again.

"This full range for the phase diagram, from insulator to superconductor and then to re-entry insulator, had never before been observed this clearly," says Ye. "We managed it, because we worked with a truly 2-D material and used ionic liquid to create an electric field that is much stronger than what is usually applied." Normally, as more carriers are added to a bulk or quasi-2-D system, the electric field is eventually blocked. Ye: "But in a WS2 monolayer, our stronger field can still pass through, which is why we were able to observe the entire range and eventually reach the insulating phase."

This allowed them to draw conclusions on why the different phases appear. "What we suggest is that the charge carriers in the material eventually become localized by the high electric field. Thus, they can no longer move through the material and it becomes an insulator." This is very counterintuitive, Ye adds: "People normally believe that higher gating means more carriers, hence more metallic behaviour." This discovery could pave the way for the rational design of 2-D superconducting devices that function at relatively high temperatures. "Understanding is the first step to controlling the properties of materials for devices," concludes Ye.

  Explore further: Unconventional superconductor may be used to create quantum computers of the future

More information: J.M. Lu, O. Zheliuk, Q.H. Chen, I. Leermakers, N.E. Hussey, U. Zeitler, and J.T. Ye: A full superconducting dome of strong Ising protection in gated monolayer WS2. PNAS 19 March 2018., DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1716781115


Journal reference: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
Provided by: [url=https://phys.org/partners/university-of-groningen/]University of Groningen


Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-03-mystery-su...e.html#jCp
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Quote:a femtosecond laser, 
which shoots a burst of focused light for 10−15 seconds, 
just long enough to rip the electrons from air molecules and create a ball of plasma. Whip

(Sometimes called the fourth state of matter, plasma is a field of electrified gas, 
highly responsive to electromagnetic effects.) 
The scientists then hit that plasma field with a second nanolaser, 
tuned to an extremely narrow range of wavelengths. 
They use that to manipulate the plasma field in a way that can produce light and noise

“They’ve created plasmas at 20 or 30 kilometers,” he said. 
“This is the first non-lethal weapon that could go out tens of kilometers.”

he wants a single system that can produce multiple effects — noise, light, even heat —



that isn't a whole lot different than creating and manipulating ... ball lightning ...
thinking about those UFO and / or recent military videos with the UFOs and such.

The light - sound effect ... with lasers,
in extra sensory perception ... ie ... early years with LSD and psilocybin use,
psychedelic "electric" fractal like visons,
always,
had an auditory effect with the visual content,
often registering as electric synthesizer style sounds.

...

...
later add on:

This goes somewhat with my last response above.

From deLonge's CIA - DoD cesspool at ... To The Stars Academy

https://dpo.tothestarsacademy.com/blog/f...ue-to-uaps


Quote:There are five, 
consistent observations we continue to see that are uniquely associated,
with Unidentified Aerial Phenomena or UAPs.  
Understanding these characteristics and their application
requires us to have a very good understanding of advanced physics at the quantum level. 

The five observables can be categorized as follows: 

1. Sudden and instantaneous acceleration:  
Objects moving in such a manner that they are capable of maneuvering suddenly, 
deliberately and sometimes in the opposite direction.  
In some cases, these maneuvers involve a change in direction and acceleration 
that is well beyond the healthy limitations of any biological system <--- 
that we are aware of, to withstand.  

The anticipated effects of these g-forces on material 
may even defy our current technological ability to manufacture. 
 
2. Hypersonic velocities without signatures:  
Objects that are traveling well above supersonic speeds 
and yet leave no obvious signature behind.  
Specific signatures normally include acoustic, heat, and electromagnetic, 
and are traditionally recognized as a sonic boom, vapor contrails, and atmospheric ionization. 

Currently, even the world’s most advanced military and reconnaissance aircraft have detectible signatures.

3. Low observability:  
Regardless if the object is being viewed electro-optically, 
electromagnetically, 
or through the naked eye, 
the inability to gain a clear target picture remains elusive.  

Descriptions by witnesses are often difficult to describe, 
while radar returns often come back nonsensical or even jammed.  

Objects generally appear opaque and semi-metallic in nature, 
both on camera and live.  
In many cases it is nearly impossible to actually see the object, 
and instead reports often include what is seen “around” the object. Whip

4. Trans-medium travel:  
Objects that have the ability to travel easily in various environments and conditions,
seemingly without any change in performance capabilities.  
Our current understanding of physics requires vehicles to be designed 
specifically according to their application.  
For this reason, 
there are stark differences between those vehicles that orbit in space, 
fly in the atmosphere, and travel in the sea.  

Objects that can travel in all three mediums using the same design 
and without compromising performance or degrading lift remains an enigma.   <---

5. Positive lift:  
Objects that are apparently resisting the natural effects of Earth's gravity, 
yet without the normally associated aerodynamic means for lift and thrust.  

These objects have no obvious signs of propulsion Whip
(engines, propellers, exhaust plumes, etc.) or flight surfaces (wings, rudders, ailerons, fins, etc.), 
but yet they are able to move in a very precise manner
in our atmosphere despite not having any of those characteristics.

When you see these five observables all together, 
then we are forced to scratch our head Rofl
and come to the conclusion that maybe we don’t know what these things are Rofl  

We need more data and comprehensive research to do our best to understand what we are seeing.


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Doh Not an UFO pilot. Alien2

Quote:But Nolan also said that he hopes, one day, little Ata will be given a proper burial. Far from being a visitor from another planet, Ata's genome marked her as South American, with genetic variations that identified her as being from the Andean region inhabited by the Chilean Chilote Indians. Judging from the skeleton's intact condition, he said, it is probably no more than 40 years old.

"We now know that it's a child, and probably either a pre- or post-term birth and death," he said. "I think it should be returned to the country of origin and buried according to the customs of the local people."

Ata Alien Girl

Once-mysterious 'Atacama Skeleton' illuminates genetics of bone disease
March 22, 2018, University of California, San Francisco

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Mummified specimen from Atacama region of Chile. Credit: Bhattacharya S et al. 2018.

The skeleton, discovered in a leather pouch behind an abandoned church, was pristine: a tiny figure, just six inches long, with a cone-shaped head, 10 pairs of ribs, and bones that looked like those of an eight-year-old child. Found in the Atacama Desert of Chile and later affectionately nicknamed "Ata," the skeleton made its way onto the black market for archeological finds and then to a collector in Spain who thought it might be the remains of an extraterrestrial being.

But a forensic analysis of Ata's genome by scientists at UC San Francisco and Stanford University has proved beyond a doubt that it is human. Ata has the DNA of a modern human female with the mix of Native American and European ancestral markers one would expect from someone who lived near the place where she was found. And her arresting appearance, which scientists refer to as a phenotype, can most likely be explained by a handful of rare genetic mutations—some already known, others newly discovered—that are linked to dwarfism and other bone and growth disorders.
Their discoveries, published Thursday, March 22, 2018, in Genome Research, does more than lay to rest the fable of Ata's extraterrestrial origins. It also illustrates how far open-source genetic data has come in enabling the sort of needle-in-a-haystack analysis that can pinpoint the handful of mutated genes—out of more than 2.7 million single-nucleotide variants (SNVs) in Ata's genome—that were most likely to be associated with the unusual shape of her body.
"The bioinformatics analyses in the paper showcase the power and wealth of information available in the public domain that led to the discovery of novel and rare deleterious variants in genes associated with Ata's phenotype," said Sanchita Bhattacharya, a bioinformatics researcher at the UCSF Institute for Computational Health Sciences (ICHS). "The analysis was even more challenging with a very limited amount of information about the specimen, and lack of family history, which makes it a unique case."
Bhattacharya used the Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO), a database that links genomic data to the abnormal phenotypes found in human disease, everything from atrial septal defect, or a hole in the chambers of the heart, to musculoskeletal abnormalities.
In an initial analysis Bhattacharya found 64 gene variants that seemed likely to be damaging. She fed them into the HPO database, and to her amazement, most of the possible phenotypes the program homed in on had to do with the skeletal system, including "proportionate short stature" and "11 pairs of ribs." Ata had 10 pairs, a phenotype that had never been observed.

"The moment I saw it, I could see there was something interesting going on there," Bhattacharya said. "It was a little amount of information, and I am not a bone expert. This was a very blinded analysis."
The results revealed four new SNVs—a type of genetic mutation at the individual level—in genes that were known to cause bone diseases, like scoliosis or dislocations, as well as two more SNVs in genes involved in producing collagen.
While esoteric, the analysis of Ata's genome points toward the clinical genetics of the future, said Atul Butte, MD, PhD, who directs ICHS and is the Priscilla Chan and Mark Zuckerberg Distinguished Professor at UCSF.
With rapidly accumulating genetic data, Butte said, scientists can take a "backwards" approach to diagnosis. Instead of starting with a description of the disease and looking for a mutated gene to explain it, they start with the patient's raw genetic material to see how it differs from a normal, or "reference" set of samples. The genetic variations that pop out of this comparison then reveal, in an unbiased way, what processes are at work in the patient to create disease.
"Analyzing a puzzling sample like the Ata genome can teach us how to handle current medical samples, which may be driven by multiple mutations," Butte said. "When we study the genomes of patients with unusual syndromes, there may be more than one gene or pathway involved genetically, which is not always considered."
Garry Nolan, PhD, a professor of microbiology and immunology at the Stanford University School of Medicine began the scientific exploration of Ata in 2012, when a friend called saying he might have found an "alien."
Nolan believes further research into Ata's precocious bone aging could one day benefit patients. "Maybe there's a way to accelerate bone growth in people who need it, people who have bad breaks," he said. "Nothing like this had been seen before. Certainly, nobody had looked into the genetics of it."
But Nolan also said that he hopes, one day, little Ata will be given a proper burial. Far from being a visitor from another planet, Ata's genome marked her as South American, with genetic variations that identified her as being from the Andean region inhabited by the Chilean Chilote Indians. Judging from the skeleton's intact condition, he said, it is probably no more than 40 years old.
"We now know that it's a child, and probably either a pre- or post-term birth and death," he said. "I think it should be returned to the country of origin and buried according to the customs of the local people."
[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Bone fragility variants linked to concordant pediatric skeleton
More information: Bhattacharya S, Li J, Sockell A, Kan M, Bava F, Chen, S, Ávila-Arcos M, Ji X, Smith E, Asadi N, Lachman R, Lam H, Bustamante C, Butte A, Nolan G. 2018. Whole genome sequencing of Atacama skeleton shows novel mutations linked with dysplasia. Genome Research, dx.doi.org/10.1101/gr.223693.117

Journal reference: Genome Research [Image: img-dot.gif] [Image: img-dot.gif]
Provided by: University of California, San Francisco
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'We need more data and comprehensive research to do our best to understand what we are seeing."

That's been obvious since the '40s
and I think it's due to Luddites and their Deep State Overlords
who have managed to quash common sense.

I think another example is how certain members of congress
got a mission cancelled when it was discovered NASA was really trying to find "little green men"...

https://www.nap.edu/read/9840/chapter/6#174

I don't know exactly which mission was opposed
but this statement at the end of p. 198 is the kind of
science opposed...

"Are we alone? This question, more than any other, fascinates the general public. The detection of atmospheric signatures of life around other stars may become possible in the next few decades. The most exciting development would be unambiguous evidence that life elsewhere has evolved intelligence and a technological civilization."
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Two pilots report seeing UFO in southern Arizona skies
 
By Joe Gilmore | March 26, 2018 at 11:15 am
UPDATED: March 26, 2018 at 4:12 pm

PHOENIX — Pilots flying on two separate aircraft reported seeing an unidentified flying object over Arizona last month.
The incident took place over southern Arizona around 3:30 p.m. on Feb. 24 between the New Mexico border and the Sonoran Desert National Monument, which is about 40 miles from Phoenix.
The Drive reported that one witness, a commercial pilot flying a jet for American Airlines, said the object was above 40,000 feet and had a big reflection. 
Related Links “I don’t know what it was,” the pilot told Albuquerque Air Route Traffic Control Center. “It wasn’t an airplane but it was … the path was going in the opposite direction.”
Air traffic control told an aircraft on a similar flight path to let him know if anything passes over him in the next few miles.
A few minutes later, the pilot confirmed that something passed over his aircraft.
“Don’t know what it was, but it was at least two, three thousand feet above us,” he said. “It passed right over the top of us.”
“Can you tell if it was in motion or just hovering?” traffic control asked.
“Negative, I don’t know if it was a weather balloon or what not,” the pilot said. “It had a big reflection, several thousand feet above us going the opposite direction.”
After questions about whether it was a Google balloon, another voice responded and said it was a UFO.
Arizona had more than 4,500 reported UFO sightings from 2001 to 2015. It was also home to one of the most infamous UFO cases of all time, the Phoenix Lights.

https://ktar.com/story/2001938/pilots-ufo-arizona/

(01-15-2018, 08:54 PM)Wook Wrote:
(01-13-2018, 01:14 AM)EA Wrote: Thatz the devil in the details.

like looking into a tomb to see schrodingers future ghost...

I think Gerald's intuit about time suppression is 40 days and nights ahead of itz time.

Lol
thought this on school Bus
about the 8th Grade > day dreaming again lol
still like the concept
we're still Piss ants to these UFO's Technologies .
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Reversal of orbital angular momentum arising from an extreme Doppler shift
March 27, 2018, University of Exeter


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Credit: University of Exeter

Scientists have demonstrated for the first time how 'twisted' sound waves from a rotating source can produce negative frequencies—akin to turning back time.



A team of international researchers, including physicists from the University of Exeter, have built a system capable of reversing the angular momentum of a sound wave by observing it from a rotating frame.

The study, which also includes scientists from the Universities of Glasgow and Illinois Wesleyan in the US, is published in journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

The Doppler effect is a familiar phenomenon to anyone who has observed an ambulance pass by while sounding its siren.

As the ambulance approaches the observer, the sound waves 'pile up', raising the frequency of the waves and thus causing the sound of the siren to rise in pitch, a process known to scientists as a 'blueshift'. Once the ambulance passes the sound waves 'stretch out', lowering their frequency and dropping the pitch – known as 'redshift'.

Professor Miles Padgett, the University of Glasgow's Kelvin Chair of Natural Philosophy, said: "We've known for a while now that strange things occur when the hypothetical observer chases after the sound emitted from an ambulance siren at supersonic speeds and creates what we might be called a 'negative' frequency.

"At those velocities, the observer would hear the sound of the siren backwards, because the observer is now moving faster than the sound they are hearing – the most recent sound it makes will reach the observer ahead of those it made in the past, the opposite of how sound travels at subsonic speeds."

Whether supersonic or subsonic, what the hypothetical ambulance-watcher is observing is more properly known as the linear Doppler effect, where the sound waves are travelling in a straight line as motion occurs between object and observer.

In 1981, a chemist named Bruce Garetz first demonstrated the rotational Doppler effect, where frequency shifts occur when electromagnetic waves (in this case light waves) move in a circle around a single fixed point. Unlike linear Doppler shifts, rotational Doppler shifts have not been shown to generate negative frequencies, since there is no motion between the object and observer.

In previous research, Glasgow researchers have explored how the rotational Doppler shift is affected when light's electric and magnetic fields are given a corkscrew-style 'twist' – a property known as the orbital angular momentum, or 'OAM'. Their work showed that the OAM of laser light is Doppler-shifted when it hits a rotating reflective surface, and carries information about the surface's rate of rotation.

In their new research, they chose to explore how the OAM of sound waves is affected by rotation. To do so, they arranged 16 loudspeakers into a circle, facing two microphones mounted on a rotating ring. By arranging the microphones very slightly offset from each other, they could measure the magnitude and directional OAM of acoustic waves from the loudspeakers as the rotating ring span.

Dr. Dave Phillips, of the University of Exeter, added: "It's a very interesting finding, with potential applications in a range of scientific disciplines including general relativity. We're keen to continue exploring the implications of the findings in the future."

Dr. Graham Gibson of the University of Glasgow's School of Physics and Astronomy, a primary author of the paper, added: "We found that we could indeed generate negative rotational Doppler-shifted acoustic waves which reversed the wave's OAM, which is something that has not been demonstrated before – essentially, we could reverse the twist of the acoustic waves.

"Moreover, we could generate those negative frequencies while our microphone ring span at very low, sub-sonic speeds, with a rotation rate of around 25Hz, something that is impossible in linear Doppler shifts."

The team's paper, titled 'Reversal of Orbital Angular Momentum arising from an Extreme Doppler Shift', is published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.

[Image: 1x1.gif] Explore further: Nonlinear rotational Doppler effect in light observed for the first time

More information: Graham M. Gibson et al. Reversal of orbital angular momentum arising from an extreme Doppler shift, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2018). DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1720776115


Journal reference: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences [Image: img-dot.gif] [Image: img-dot.gif]
Provided by: University of Exeter


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US aircraft carrier was stalked for days by a UFO travelling at 'ballistic missile speed' which could hover above the sea for six days, leaked Pentagon report reveals
  • Unclassified 2009 Pentagon report on a Navy encounter with a UFO has leaked
  • F-18s encountered the strange object off the coast of Mexico in November 2004
  • Previously released video shows the object flying at incredible speeds 
  • New report suggests it may have been docking with an underwater craft
  • Object was white, 46 feet long, shaped like a Tic-Tac with no wings or nacelles
  • Descended from 60,000 feet to 50 feet at ballistic missile speeds then hovered
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Published: 00:42 EDT, 27 May 2018 | Updated: 09:07 EDT, 27 May 2018
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A leaked Pentagon report has revealed new details about the UFO encounter that shocked Navy fighter pilots above the Pacific.
The 2009 report does not bear any date or agency logo, but four officials confirmed that it was written as part of a Pentagon program with input from multiple agencies, KLAS reported. 
The Las Vegas news station obtained the unclassified report while visiting Washington, DC for a debriefing arranged by former Senator Harry Reid.
The report reveals stunning new first-hand accounts of the November 14, 2004 encounter, which was documented in video that emerged in December of last year.
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The incident unfolded as the Nimitz carrier group was conducting training exercises off the coast of southern California and Mexico ahead of a deployment to the Arabian Sea.



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The USS Princeton (seen in file photo) made multiple radar contacts with the objects in 2004
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Beginning around November 10, the USS Princeton, a Ticonderoga-class guided missile cruiser, made multiple radar contacts with what the report calls an Anomalous Aerial Vehicle (AAV).
The senior chief fire controlman on the Princeton, which was equipped with ultra-advanced AN/SPY-1 multifunctional phased-array radar, reported that the AAV appeared from above 60,000 feet - the radar's scan ceiling - and descended 'very rapidly' to about 50 feet above the surface of the ocean.
They would hover for a short time and then depart at high velocities and turn rates demonstrating advanced capabilities, the senior chief said. 
The senior chief, who had 17 years of experience in fire control on cruisers, said he never obtained an accurate track on the AAV, because they exhibited speed consistent with a ballistic missile, but the radar was set to air intercept mode rather than ballistic missile tracking mode.
Then on November 14, the Princeton again detected an AAV around 11am and called it in two F/A-18 Hornets that happened to be returning to the USS Nimitz from a training exercise.
An E-2C Hawkeye surveillance plane was also operating in the area and attempted a radar contact on the AAV, but made only intermittent contact as was unable to gain a track.
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On November 14, the Princeton again detected an AAV around 11am and called it in two F/A-18 Hornets that happened to be returning to the USS Nimitz (pictured) from a training exercise
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An E-2C Hawkeye surveillance plane (like the one seen above) was also operating in the area and attempted a radar contact on the AAV, but made only intermittent contact
The skies were clear and blue with unlimited visibility that day, and the sea was calm, according to the report. 
The first fighter jet to investigate, a USMC single-seat F/A-18C, flew within five to 10 nautical miles of the AAV's location, but could not see it. Instead, he reported seeing a circular disturbance in the water about 50 to 100 meters in diameter. It reminded the pilot of something rapidly submerging in the ocean, like a submarine.
The report hypothesizes that 'it is possible that the disturbance was being caused by an AAV but that the AAV was "cloaked" or invisible to the human eye.' 
The Marine pilot was called off after the controller asked a plane carrying ordnance to respond, which he was not. When he returned to the USS Nimitz, his intelligence officer asked him if he'd seen the 'supersonic Tic Tac'. 
The next jet to respond was a Navy F/A-18F piloted by Cmdr. David Fravor and Lt. Cmdr. Jim Slaight, who made visual contact with the AAV that they have since publicly discussed, corroborating the report.
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Fravor was piloting an F/A-18F Super Hornet like the one seen above in a file photo when he reported making visual contact with a hovering object shaped like a 46-foot Tic Tac
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Fravor (left) has publicly discussed seeing the object, corroborating the report
Fravor also spotted a disturbance in the water, almost as if it were boiling. But this time, hovering above the disturbance was a strange object.
The object was shaped like an elongated egg or a "Tic Tac", according to Fravor, and was 'holding like a Harrier', the jump jet that can take off vertically.
Slaight, whose name is redacted from the report, described it as 'solid white, smooth, with no edges. It was uniformly colored with no nacelles, pylons or wings.'
He described the exterior of the object as 'like it had a white candy-coated shell, almost like a white board.'
When Fravor attempted to make a close pass of the object to attempt visual recognition, the object appeared to react, realigning its axis to point at the approaching plane. The AAV then ascended quickly and departed at supersonic speed.
When Fravor and Slaight returned to the Nimitz, the sailors in the intelligence center donned tin-foil hats to greet them, asking eagerly about their 'UFO flight'.
Later in the day, another plane made the video that has since been released, according to the report.
Around 3pm, another Navy F/A-18F tracked a remarkable object on FLIR, which Fravor's plane had not been equipped with.



The pilot said he couldn't confirm whether he had tracked the same object seen by Fravor and Slaight, because he never made visual contact, only tracked it through FLIR.
The report notes that the USS Louisville nuclear fast-attack submarine was operating in the area, and detected no unusual undersea activity over the duration of the incidents.
The incident was filed in a regular training mission report and it is unclear if it was reported up the chain of command, the report finds. 
The aircrews involved made and kept a copy of the FLIR recording, but were subjected to a 'high level of ridicule' over the incident, the report found.
Whatever the AAV was, the report stresses that it was 'no known aircraft or air vehicle currently in the inventory of the United States or any foreign nation.'
Former Senator Reid, now recovering following cancer surgery, and others have urged Congress to create a new Pentagon program to study similar incidents as a matter of national security.
Another highly classified version of the leaked report was also written, but it is unlikely to ever be released. 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5776081/Leaked-Pentagon-report-reveals-startling-new-details-supersonic-Tic-Tac-UFO.html#ixzz5GjfEq63F
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the last post gives up some simple details to make some simple conclusions


Quote:The first fighter jet to investigate, 
a USMC single-seat F/A-18C, 
flew within five to 10 nautical miles of the AAV's location, 
but could not see it

Instead, 
he reported seeing a circular disturbance in the water about 50 to 100 meters in diameter
It reminded the pilot.
of something rapidly submerging in the ocean, like a submarine.


That is exactly what he saw,
some ... thing , something large, was submerging in the water.
---> this is the odd part, the suggestive material planted into the readers heads --
in the next quote:


Quote:The report hypothesizes  Doh     Nonono
that 'it is possible that the disturbance was being caused by an AAV,
but that the AAV,
was "cloaked"  Rofl   or invisible to the human eye. 


Suddenly they are introducing the alien cloaking technology into the mix.
No problemo.

The next pilot on the scene:


Quote:Fravor also spotted a disturbance in the water, 
almost as if it were boiling. 
But this time, hovering above the disturbance was a strange object.


Two Navy pilot witnesses see the disturbance in the water.
The uncloaked alien tic tac hovers over the site.

And the key statement:


Quote:The report notes that the USS Louisville  Horsepoop
nuclear fast-attack submarine was operating in the area, 
and detected 
no unusual undersea activity over the duration of the incidents.


the conclusion for the above quote,
is that this report is either --- direct disinformation Whip
or
the nuclear subs can't track the underwater alien vessels ...

Such that there is an alien base located somewhere deep underwater,
off the north Pacific coast of Mexico,
and the USS Louisville nuclear fast-attack submarine  Hi
can't do shit anywhere near it,
or simply cannot even locate it.

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Quote:Vianova:
Two Navy pilot witnesses see the disturbance in the water.

The uncloaked alien tic tac hovers over the site.

And the key statement:


Quote:Quote:The report notes that the USS Louisville 
nuclear fast-attack submarine was operating in the area, 
and detected 
no unusual undersea activity over the duration of the incidents.


the conclusion for the above quote,
is that this report is either --- direct disinformation
or
the nuclear subs can't track the underwater alien vessels ...

Such that there is an alien base located somewhere deep underwater,
off the north Pacific coast of Mexico,
and the USS Louisville nuclear fast-attack submarine  
can't do shit anywhere near it,
or simply cannot even locate it.

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Analyzing the Video
As the video starts, this is what the pilots observe from inside their cockpit:
• The sensor is in “white-hot” mode—white elements in the display are warmer than the dark, or cooler, areas. The UAP appears as a white shape in the middle of the screen.
• The chasing aircraft is in a left-hand turn flying Mach 0.58 at an altitude of 25,010 feet.
• The UAP is flying slightly below 2 degrees and 54 degrees to the left of the Super Hornet, traveling right to left.
• Looking closely, we can see a dark, or opaque field that appears to surround or encapsulate the object.
The pilots aboard the Super Hornet are not only highly capable fighter pilots, but they are trained observers skilled at scrutinizing their observations and targets in order to ascertain “friend or foe.” They are specifically trained to look for discreet changes in shape, size position, flight attitude (angles), and speed in order to determine the nature of the threat. They are able to discern nuanced details that few people would normally recognize. Paramount to their training is their ability to handle stress and maintain radio discipline. In the footage audio, they are clearly struggling to understand what they are witnessing.
At 0:03, in the first radio transmission, we hear one of the pilots state that it is “a [expletive] drone” aircraft.
At 0:06, upon further observation, a different observer calmly states, “There is a whole fleet of them. Look on the ASA (radar display).” The first observer responds with “My gosh!” It is important to note that the ATFLIR has only a single object in its display. The radar is simultaneously providing the pilots a picture of the larger air space, where they are tracking multiple targets.
At 0:11, it is noted that “They are all going against the wind. The wind is 120 knots (138 mph) out of the west.” We can see that the speed and altitude of the object is unusual for any drone-type aircraft. On that information alone, the likelihood of an entire fleet of drones capable of operating under this scenario is highly improbable and would require resources only few nations could afford.
In the midst of this exchange, the sensor is switched from “white-hot” to “black-hot.” The imaging of the object is now much clearer. It has a distinct shape: a distorted oval with small protrusions from the top and bottom. The object’s opaque aura is now also very distinct: a “cool” glow that extends about a body thickness around the entire object. There appears to be no observable flight surfaces or exhaust plume, nor any typical components usually associated with conventional aircraft.
“Look at that thing, dude.” The observer is clearly surprised at what is being seen.
At 0:24, the object makes a small, but very sharp, altitude change, possibly indicating it may be operating in a vacuum environment. Its direction and speed remain unchanged despite the continuous 120-knot headwind it is encountering.
“That’s not [unintelligible] is it?”
At 0:27, the object begins a series of distinct rotations and changes orientation by almost 100 degrees. Its orientation is now perpendicular to the horizontal plane despite the headwinds. This maneuver is executed in a manner that is inconsistent with current principles of aerodynamicsand possibly indicative of a vacuum environment. As the video concludes, the object's orientation and performance seem to defy current principals of physics to include atmospheric resistance and normal aerodynamic forces. During the orientation change, it also slows to a near stop, but does not change altitude.
One observer states, “Look at that thing!”
Another observer says, “It’s rotating.”
Implications
With the chain-of-custody documentation, GIMBAL can officially be designated as credible, authentic “evidence” of a UAP. Evidence of a flying vehicle with a shape normally associated with something out of science fiction. Currently there are no other known technologies that we can compare to what is being observed in both performance and design, which means there’s a craft that demonstrates flight characteristics unlike anything we know, understand, or can duplicate. Because we cannot duplicate these flight characteristics, we can conclude that the object is employing technologies that are more advanced than our own.
GIMBAL is just one of several official videos obtained by TTS Academy that can be interpreted as credible proof that the physics of advanced flight exists. We are also in the process of collecting additional data from both military and civilian personnel and sensors. The question now changes from “Can it be done?” to “How is it done?”  >>>


Currently there are no other known technologies that we can compare to what is being observed in both performance and design, which means there’s a craft that demonstrates flight characteristics unlike anything we know, understand, or can duplicate.  

 
Urzhumov also says that his theories and calculations have many potential applications outside of the ocean. Similar designs could be used to create a distributed ion propulsion system for spacecraft or to suppress plasma instabilities in prototypes for thermonuclear fusion reactors.

"I believe these ideas are going to flourish in several of these fields," said Urzhumov. "It is a very exciting time."

duplicate.
The question now changes from “Can it be done?” to “How is it done?” 
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Electromagnetic water cloak eliminates drag and wake
December 11, 2017 by Ken Kingery, Duke University


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A schematic for a prototype of the proposed water cloaking device. It consists of wires and coils that create an electromagnetic field that acts on dissolved ions to move water around the object. Credit: Duke University
Researchers have developed a water cloaking concept based on electromagnetic forces that could eliminate an object's wake, greatly reducing its drag while simultaneously helping it avoid detection.


The idea originated at Duke University in 2011 when researchers outlined the general concept. By matching the acceleration of the surrounding water to an object's movement, it would theoretically be possible to greatly increase its propulsion efficiency while leaving the surrounding sea undisturbed. The theory was an extension of the group's pioneering work in metamaterials, where a material's structure, rather than its chemistry, creates desired properties.
Six years later, Yaroslav Urzhumov, adjunct assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at Duke, has updated the theory by detailing a potential approach. But rather than using a complex system of very small pumps as originally speculated, Urzhumov is turning to electromagnetic fields and the dense concentration of charged particles found in saltwater.
The study appears online in the journal Physical Review E on December 7, 2017.
"The original idea was so big that it enticed colleagues at the Naval Undersea Warfare Center to help us pursue it, even though they were incredibly skeptical," said Urzhumov, who was among the researchers who worked on the original 2011 paper. "Since then, we have identified a path to materializing this seemingly impossible proposal."
The crux of the issue being addressed is that water is a relatively viscous liquid that, when moved, likes to pull its surroundings along for the ride through shear forces. A fish feels much heavier being pulled through the water than lifted through open air because of all the water dragged along with it.
Besides essentially pulling extra water, drag can also be increased by how water flows around an object. A hydrodynamic object with fluid flowing smoothly along its surface creates much less drag than a blocky object that creates a mess of chaotic, turbulent flows in its wake.
The solution to these issues is to move the water out of the way. By accelerating the water around the object to match its speed, shear forces and turbulent flows can both be avoided.

"There are many ways to reduce wake and drag, like surrounding an object with low-friction bubbles, which is actually done with some naval torpedoes," said Urzhumov. "But there's only so much you can do if you're just applying forces at the surface. This cloaking idea opens a new dimension to create forces around an underwater vessel or object, which is absolutely required to achieve full wake cancellation."
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A rough prototype of the proposed water cloaking device being tested inside of an aquarium. Credit: Duke University
Urzhumov originally envisioned a sort of truss-like frame enveloping an object with thin structures and tiny pumps to accelerate its flow as it passed through. But as time went by, he decided a more practical approach would be to use "magnetohydrodynamic" forces.
When a charged particle travels through an electromagnetic field, the field creates a force on the particle. Because ocean water is chock full of ions like sodium, potassium and magnesium, there are a lot of charged particles to push. The idea isn't as crazy as it may sound—Japan built a prototype passenger ship in 1991 called the Yamato 1 using these forces as a means of propulsion, but found the approach was not more efficient than traditional propellers.
In the new paper, Urzhumov and his graduate student, Dean Culver, use fluid dynamics simulations to show how a water cloak might be achieved using this approach. By controlling the velocity and direction of the water surrounding a moving object, the simulations show such a system can match the water's movement within the cloak to that of the surrounding sea.
This would make it appear that the water inside the cloak is completely stagnant in relation to the water outside of the cloak, eliminating the drag and wake. Of course, practical implementations aren't perfect, so some drag and wake would remain in any realization of the device.
While the simulations used a cloaking shell half the width of the object itself, the calculations show the shell could theoretically be as thin as you wanted it to be. Another important result was that the forces inside the shell would not have to change directions as the object sped up, they would only need more power.
"That is one of the major achievements of this paper," said Urzhumov. "If you don't have to adjust the distribution of forces, you don't need any electronic switches or other means of dynamic control. You can set the structure with a specific configuration and simply crank up the current as the object speeds up."
Urzhumov says that for an actual ship or submarine to ever use such a device, it would need a nuclear reactor to power it, given the enormous energy requirements to cloak an object of that size. That does not mean, however, that a smaller diesel vessel could not power a smaller cloaking device to shield potentially vulnerable protrusions from detection.
Urzhumov also says that his theories and calculations have many potential applications outside of the ocean. Similar designs could be used to create a distributed ion propulsion system for spacecraft or to suppress plasma instabilities in prototypes for thermonuclear fusion reactors.
"I believe these ideas are going to flourish in several of these fields," said Urzhumov. "It is a very exciting time."
 Explore further: Effortless sailing with fluid flow cloak
More information: Dean Culver et al. Forced underwater laminar flows with active magnetohydrodynamic metamaterials, Physical Review E (2017). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.96.063107

Journal reference: Physical Review E [/url]
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More information: Dean Culver et al. Forced underwater laminar flows with active magnetohydrodynamic metamaterials, Physical Review E (2017). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.96.063107

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Physicists invent flux capacitor, break time-reversal symmetry
May 28, 2018, FLEET


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An electronic circulator keeps information moving in a certain direction, much like a roundabout. (But in a circulator, ‘traffic’ must  always take the next exit after they enter.)
In the popular movie franchise "Back to the Future", an eccentric scientist creates a time machine that runs on a flux capacitor.



Now a group of actual physicists from Australia and Switzerland have proposed a device which uses the quantum tunneling of magnetic flux around a capacitor, breaking time-reversal symmetry.

The research, published this week in Physical Review Letters, proposes a new generation of electronic circulators, which are devices that control the direction in which microwave signals move.

It represents a collaboration between two Australian Research Council Centres of Excellence: the Centre for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) and the Centre for Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET).

FLEET Associate Investigator Professor Jared Cole (working at RMIT University) said the proposed device is built from a superconductor, in which electricity can flow without electrical resistance.

Professor Cole added, "We propose two different possible circuits, one of which resembles the iconic three-pointed-star design of the cinematic flux capacitor. (See images.)

"In it, quantum 'tubes' of magnetic flux can move around a central capacitor by a process known as quantum tunneling, where they overcome classically insurmountable obstacles."

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Schematic representation of the proposed circulator. Credit: FLEET
The combination of magnetic fields and electric charges leads to what the physicists call broken time-reversal symmetry.

"Unfortunately this effect does not allow us to actually travel back in time," Professor Tom Stace (University of Queensland) said.

"Instead, it means that signals circulate around the circuit in only one direction, much like cars on a roundabout," he said.

Such a device can be used for example to isolate parts of an experimental apparatus from each other, which is crucial when the individual parts are extremely sensitive quantum systems.

Lead author Dr Clemens Mueller (ETH Zurich) said this device is a crucial component for next-generation technologies, including the long sought-after quantum computer.

Dr Mueller said, "Our research makes an important step towards scaling up this technology, where researchers need to precisely direct control and measurement signals around a quantum computer."

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The operation of the microwave circulator resembles the flux capacitor from Back to the Future. Credit: FLEET
In the nearer term, the research could find application in the development of better electronics for mobile phone and wifi antennas and improving radar.

The paper, "A passive on-chip, superconducting circulator using a ring of tunnel junctions," was published in Physical Review Letters on 23 May 2018.

The two participating ARC Centres of Excellence form part of Australia's significant strength in quantum research.

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Engineered Quantum Systems (EQUS) researchers are building quantum machines that harness the full spectrum of quantum physics.

The ARC Centre of Excellence in Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies (FLEET) is developing a new generation of ultra low-energy electronics to address the increasing challenge of energy use in computation.

  Explore further: New quantum device set to support measurement standards of the electrical current

More information: Clemens Müller et al. Passive On-Chip Superconducting Circulator Using a Ring of Tunnel Junctions, Physical Review Letters (2018). DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.120.213602


Journal reference: Physical Review Letters
Provided by: FLEET


Read more at: [url=https://phys.org/news/2018-05-physicists-flux-capacitor-time-reversal-symmetry.html#jCp]https://phys.org/news/2018-05-physicists-flux-capacitor-time-reversal-symmetry.html#jCp


The Symmetry once again becomes Full circle as One divided by Three.
1/3 = .33333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333333 :Arrow
if it looks like a flux,walks like a flux and quacks like a flux.
youareaduck

Not a Quack???

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What the Flux???


Improv Eyes must be smokin' time crystals again. Doh
 


Physicists find signs of a time crystal - Phys.org
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May 2, 2018 - Scientists say that understanding time crystals may lead to ... ordered crystal of ammonium dihydrogen phosphate, Physical Review B (2018).
Time crystals may hold secret to coherence in quantum ... - Phys.org
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4 days ago - With more understanding, the coherent nature of a time crystal may pave the ... were published in Physical Review Letters on May 25, 2018.
Phys.org - time crystals
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An Aalto University study has provided new evidence that time crystals can physically exist – a claim currently under hot debate. date May 28, 2018 in General ...
Physicists unveil new form of matter—time crystals - Phys.org
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Jan 26, 2017 - This stimulated two teams to build a time crystal, the first examples of a non-equilibrium form of matter. To most people, crystals ... Explore further: Time crystals might exist after all (Update) ... to correct vision. May 29, 2018 6 ...
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Apr 17, 2017 - Harvard physicists have created a new form of matter - dubbed a time crystal - which could offer important insights into the mysterious behavior ...
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https://coi.tothestarsacademy.com/tictacreport
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thanks for posting the link!
with new info I had not seen before

https://coi.tothestarsacademy.com/tictacreport


Quote:"elontgated egg or a Tic-Tac" shape with discernable midline horizontal axis"
46 feet in length 


How does the jet pilot ... being as far away as he was from the AAV, {review the report data}
know the difference between ... 45 feet ... and 46 feet ... in length ? 
That doesn't sit right.
That was CDR Fravor's report.
He is the only pilot actually named in the report,
all the rest are scrubbed with blackout on the print.
Fravor must be the pilot that did all the TV appearances.
that doesn't sit right either.
I noticed in the video kalter posted ... just in the first few minutes,
the video offers audio from a purported radar technician aboard one of the ships.
They do name him.
I did not watch the video fully yet.
Nonetheless,
if this Navy radar man is willing to talk, why doesn't he just appear on the video?
I smell a DeLonge financed video with the audio segment of that radar technician.


Lt. ----- :
Quote:solid white smooth with no edges,
looked like white candy coated shell or white board



One pilot says it has a "discernable midline horizontal axis"
one pilot says it is "solid smooth with no edges".
regardless ... "white candy coated shell or white board"
indicates:
a soild object rather than an energized orb of some sort.


Quote:disturbance in water --- 50-100 meters wide,
like a submarine submerging


that would be 3 to 6 times larger than the AAV, "that hovered above it".

I see conflicting entries over the release of this info,
on exactly how high above the "water disturbance" the AAV actually is.


Quote:pilots at 10000 feet and descending at 350 knots ... 
while maneuvering towards the AAV Whip

the AAV, 
"recognized the incoming aircraft"  Rofl    Applause
because the AAV:
then quickly realigend it's axis towards the incoming aircraft ... {then ascended to 24000 feet in a heartbeat}

At that point -- the disturbance in the water ceased.


quite the concidence?  Nonono



Quote:AAV possibly demonstrated the ability to cloak or become invisible to the human eye, 
and,
Bingo:


The AAV possibly demonstrated a highly advanced capability, 
to operate undersea completely undetectable,
to our most advanced sensors  Naughty


There were noticeable conflicting statements in the report concerning those two entries. 
The profuse reference using the word -- "possibly",
{complete with later retractions in the report},
tells you that it is quite plausible,
that DeLonge's TTSA and DoD dog and pony show,
of the "candy coated" alien Tic Tac videos,
are the primary media event diversion.
And that the actual alien mother ship,
was completely tracked and accounted for as well, in orbit around Earth.

That data is still Top Secret.
We only get to see "candy coated Tic Tacs" ... exactly ... 46 feet in length  Lol

The USS Lousiville nuclear attack submarine   Doh
may have indeed tracked the submerging alien object ... at least for a short spot of time,
and this report simply denies that in the end.
Or else why does the report slip this in:


Quote:The AAV possibly demonstrated a highly advanced capability, 
to operate undersea completely undetectable,
to our most advanced sensors  Naughty


So how many years will it be before the DoD releases actual data on the alien mother ships in orbit?

Those candy coated Tic Tacs must have quite the Pez dispenser synchro orbiting the planet,
over the ocean off the Pacific coast of Mexico. 

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Like...can we hear "alien chatter"...
translate it enough to get the jokes they make
(punchline redacted)…?

I just now watched the new video.
I need to carefully re-listen with the bad recording.
"Trevor" is probably still in service.
Apparently there was a submerged craft 
that the tictac fleet was contacting.
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the submerged craft isn't whale watching ... or are they?
I remember Lilly's Cetacean Nation in that regard.
The next question is how ancient is the undersea base that the submerged craft travels to?
next is,
do they want to save us or enslave us?
Neither,
but they aren't love soaked benevolent aliens, or contact would be out in the open by now.
They want nothing to do with humanity?
Likely, but not necessarily.
Control of planetary politics,
only requires contact with higher eschelons of global power players in governments and militaries.
They certainly aren't going to share the technology that propels the Tic Tacs, 
or gets them to this planetary system from wherever they come from,
any time soon.
Controlling specific entities in human governments could probably be easily accomplished.
Maintaining a planetary species in a perpetual state of war,
may not be science fiction.

Personally, first chance I get when the alien craft crash lands in the mountains where I am hiking,
I am going in to steal their technology.  Reefer

Or, ... hmmm Hmm2
I could save the alien by dragging it out of the wreckage, 
give It refuge from the military autopsy labs ... 
get rewarded with my own Price Is Right -- brand new star ship!

more science fiction in modern science afflictions

It is quite clear.
Any alien contingency observing the state of the human social and psychological evolution on this planet,
has no desire to see us expand anywhere beyond this solar system.
So they have nothing to worry about for the next 100-200 years.

To sum it all up beyond that,
if all that DeLonge and the DoD can do is supply goofy videos reminiscent of 1950's sci-fi movies,
then the whole game is just a scam to make money, {obviously}
and how much of it can even be trusted to be authentic?

The unanswered questions ...
why are ex DoD and CIA virus experts part of the TTSA corporate whoredom?
and top level PhD brain trauma experts?
The military wants to copy what they think the aliens are doing?
Brain implant interface with flying Tic Tacs?
It would be like this...
you get a nice new high tech brain implant,
and you can control your own Tic Tac drone with your directive thoughts.
Until you get the brain tumors -- aka -- brain trauma ... of course.

The associated TTSA corporate virus experts puzzles me in this regard. 
Perhaps it will be designer viruses to alter brain capacity and functions.
Science Affliction.

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Coast To Coast Radio
tonite is going to have more info 
about these......TicTacs.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x30emsm

Also note the similarity between
"Trevor" and "Fravor".

This most recent video has Trevor seeing a much better recording
that shows a classical domed, flat bottomed saucer.
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I'm still waiting for a replay of the June 24 C-to-C show.
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OK... I did the obvious
and googled the name
of the scientist...

Dr. Eric W. Davis

There are several links listed.

I have yet to peruse any.

Here's one synopsis of the June 24 C To C program...

https://www.reddit.com/r/UFOs/comments/8...arance_on/
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I did not get to listen the c2c broadcast,
which I assume has the Eric Davis info.

here is one of the links on the fellow, very interesting:

http://undergroundresearchinitiative.blo...iated.html


Quote:Astrophysicist Dr. Eric W. Davis 
has a curious interest in UFO research. 
He spoke to the UFO matter while giving an address in 2010 
at a Society for Scientific Exploration meeting 
about a book he had recently co-edited with Dr. Marc Millis, 
former head of NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project. 


Furthermore, while working in an official capacity for NASA in 1999, 
Dr. Millis attended a venture capital event hosted by known UFO enthusiast 
and potential investor Joe Firmage, Hmm2
who had openly stated his belief in having met an extraterrestrial alien visitor. 
This event led to an official investigation at NASA over potential loss of intellectual property. Rofl
That investigation was ultimately dropped. 


During the question and answer session, 
Dr. Davis was asked whether UFOs had “…guided [the] thinking and research” 
of such speculative matters as warp drive and traversable wormholes.

Dr. Davis responded, “Secretly yes and overtly no.” 
He explained that because “…
UFOs don’t have credibility with mainstream academic researchers,” 
and because policy-makers and funding agencies “…
don’t like the topic of UFOs,” 
some members of the group were forced to “…consider it under the table.”

Continuing on with his comments, 
Davis contrasted what he considered relevant observed UFO phenomena with their work. 
In comparing data taken from UFO investigators such as Jacques Vallee, George Hathaway, and the questioner, 
he said “we’ve been able to use that data as input to give us an idea, 
and that data does drive the concepts that we did derive later on,
[when we did] the book and [that] went into the original NASA program.”

Dr. Davis gave two examples taken from work done at the National Institute of Discovery Science, 
a place more colloquially known as Skinwalker Ranch,  Tp
where he said investigators and the ranch owner 
had apparently twice witnessed wormholes open for transport.  Naughty

 “…we had the experience of one scientist and one investigator seeing a wormhole – 
what looked like a wormhole – with a creature Hi  crawling through, 
and then the ranch owners had seen an opening in the sky in broad daylight 
with a triangular craft that came through it.” 

According to Dr. Davis, 
this was of relevance to some investigators at NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project, 
for it was “…an example of data that indicates there’s a wormhole involved.”

The details of Dr. Davis’ statement about UFOs, including a full transcript, 
were previously printed in the story, 
“Dr. Eric W. Davis, of NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project, 
Discussed UFOs During Lecture.”

Dr. Jack Sarfatti, 
a theoretical physicist who personally knows Dr. Davis, 
commented on whether the propulsion specialist has a longstanding interest in UFO research. 
“I know Eric Davis ... 
I am completely aware of his position on this and what his real secret work is/was about.” 

Dr. Sarfatti then took the opportunity to challenge Dr. Davis,
on an arcane matter of warp drive physics.

In referring to the possibility of UFOs using some manner of warp drive, 
Dr. Davis had said, “We haven’t seen UFOs do performances that adhere to the warp drive. … 
We seem them doing ninety degree turns and rapid motions; 
they disappear and reappear. 
That is undetermined yet.”

Dr. Sarfatti disagreed. 
“Eric is wrong about no evidence for warp drive in near earth flight, “ Dr. Sarfatti argued.
 “180 degree turns at high speed is evidence [of warp drive], 
as is sudden stopping and apparent dematerialization.“

Speaking to Dr. Davis’ claim of two wormholes that had apparently been witnessed at Skinwalker Ranch, 
Dr Sarfatti challenged Dr. Davis’s line of reasoning. 
“[Dr. Davis] contradicts himself when he talks about the possible wormhole on the [Skinwalker] Ranch. 
Wormhole and warp drive physics 
are both essentially the same and the evidence is that there is a low power technology for them.”

Skinwalker Ranch is a property located in Uintah County, 
Utah that is near an area believed by locals and nearby Native Americans 
to be a center of anomalous events. 
There, according to its website, 
a group with former military and intelligence community connections as well as high academic credentials, 
along with well known Las Vegas television investigative reporter George Knapp, 
have worked together investigating alleged anomalous events. 
According to those SSE statements, 
Dr. Davis worked for Mr. Bigelow there for six years.

The owner of that property is reclusive billionaire Robert Bigelow, 
who is a real estate developer and founder of the Budget Suite hotel franchise. 
He has a longstanding public interest in UFOs and bought the property in 1995 
specifically to investigate those claims. 
Professional skeptic James Randi once gave Mr. Bigelow the Pigasus Award 
for having funded what he termed,
a ‘useless study’ of an ‘old haunted ranch.’

But Mr. Bigelow is interested in more than just running a hotel chain 
and supporting investigative work into UFOs. 
In 1999 he founded Bigelow Aerospace, 
which seeks to launch an inflatable space station and possible hotel in orbit,
and maybe build a base on the moon. 

Interestingly, Bigelow Aerospace is only one of two organizations that, 
according to FAA guidelines, 
pilots are directed to forward UFO reports. 
A skeptical article on Mr. Bigelow’s UFO aerospace company stated:

…there is one space-related issue troubling Mr. Bigelow, 
one on which he feels the need to obtain, 
even at potentially great cost, 
the best counsel available: UFOs. 

It is not clear whether he fears that UFOs will interfere with his future orbiting hotel chain, 
or if he believes that UFOs harbor some secrets of propulsion or anti-gravity, 
that his engineers might someday be able to put to good use. 
Whichever it is, Bigelow has contracted MUFON, 
the largest UFO group in the U.S., 
with potentially very large sums of money Whip
for the pursuit of first-hand UFO information. 
Indeed, longtime UFO activist Ed Komarek is suggesting that Bigelow’s goal 
is nothing less than an “alien reengineering project.”


Dr. Davis currently works at the firm Earth Tech for physicist and owner, 
Dr. Harold Puthoff Scream 
a man who is also listed on the Skinwalker Ranch bio page 
for having contributed to that project as well. 
Dr. Puthoff apparently became connected with the ranch project in 1996, 
when he posted a mission statement in support of Mr. Bigelow’s NIDS initiative.

According to the Skinwalker Ranch website, 
Dr. Puthoff “…served with the NSA during his tour with the navy … and would later stay on as a civilian.” 

Information that is not available on the man’s Wikipedia bio page. 
His main project of public notoriety,
was government-sponsored research into PSI phenomena back in the 1970s and 1980s. 
It was conducted at then Stanford University associated Stanford Research Institute, 
where he ran the Remote Viewing program from 1972 through to 1985.

Dr. Puthoff’s controversial SRI project was funded to see if psychic phenomena 
could be used for clandestine purposes. 

That work led to a classified government project called STAR GATE, 
a CIA and then DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) 
funded program intended to obtain intelligence information. 
It was then a Cold War response to Soviet interest in psychic phenomena and was formally terminated in 1995.

Professional skeptics, 
in responding to a statistical analysis of PSI research findings, have challenged the research in general:

Because even if [they] are correct and we were to find that we could reproduce the findings under specified conditions, this would still be a far cry from concluding that psychic functioning has been demonstrated. This is because the current claim is based entirely upon a negative outcome…
Dr. Puthoff responded to the standard scientific view of skepticism for such phenomena,
in the book Mind Reach, 
co-written with SRI colleague Dr. Russel Targ. 

Noting that they had once attempted to submit a paper and received a response by one journal editor, “This is the kind of thing that I would not believe in even if it existed.” (P. 169, Hampton Roads Publishing ed.)

In 1985, after Puthoff ended his relationship with the PSI program, 
he shifted direction to a new line of work. 
From the early 1990s, 
he began publishing papers on polarizable vacuum and Stochastic Electrodynamics, 
authoring or coauthoring such works as “Inertia as a Zero-Point Field Lorentz Force,” 
as well as, 
“Polarizable-Vacuum Approach to General Relativity,” 
and, 
“Polarizable Vacuum ‘Metric Engineering’ Approach to GR Effects.” 

This material is considered by many physicists in the advanced propulsion community 
to be highly relevant to their ideas.

Skeptics have a negative opinion on that work as well, 
contemptuously referring to Dr. Puthoff’s ideas as ‘fringe physics.’ 
A Skeptical Inquirer article by Martin Gardner,
spoke to Dr. Puthoff’s polarizable vacuum and zero-point ideas in this impolite manner:

The nation’s number two drumbeater 
for [Zero-Point-Energy] is none other than Harold Puthoff, 
who runs a think tank in Austin, Texas, 
where efforts to tap ZPE have been underway for years. 

In December 1997, to its shame, Scientific American ran an article praising Puthoff for his efforts.

But it’s not just Dr. Davis who has a connection with UFO researchers. 
Dr. Marc Millis met with UFO proponents and venture capitalists in 1999, 
while he was still on payroll at NASA. 
This led to an internal NASA investigation into the matter. 

According to a 1999 report published in the San Francisco Chronicle, 
the NASA Office of the Inspector General 
had been conducting an investigation into a planned meeting between NASA Ames Research Center staff,
and Silicon Valley venture capitalists. 
They had planned to meet at an International Space Sciences Organization (ISSO) event 
to discuss potential advanced propulsion technologies. 
The founder of that organization, Joe Firmage, 
was at the time and remains today, 
convinced that extraterrestrial spacecraft exist and further that he had met an alien.

In that article, 
it was reported that NASA’s concern was that proprietary information Whip
owned by the government agency might be leaked to private sources. 
Dr Sarfatti argued that the investigation had been dropped with no findings of wrongdoing. 
“It was nonsense, “ Sarfatti said. 
“Bureaucratic incompetence at NASA and it came to nothing. 
Too many Keystone Kop NASA security people with too little to do I suppose.”

Dr. Sarfatti said that the meeting had taken place “…
at the Free Mason Hall in San Francisco on Van Ness Ave.” 
He didn’t recall if Dr. Davis had been in attendance, 
but a long list of other UFOlogy luminaries and then head of NASA’s BPP was. 
“Marc Millis, John Alexander, John Peterson were there,” he said, among several others. 

In an email, 
Dr. Marc Millis confirmed that he had attended that event at the “invitation of sponsors.” 
Dr. Millis also agreed with Sarfatti that the investigation had been dropped 
with no findings of wrongdoing and that the event was entirely above board. 

When I asked Dr. Millis why, while still holding an official role at NASA, 
he had attended a meeting with luminaries of UFOlogy,
and a venture capitalist who all openly believe in UFO and alien visitations, he declined to comment.

Regarding the other attendees Dr. Sarfatti listed, 
Col. John Alexander who wrote, 
UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities, 
and is often remembered as the man who George Clooney portrayed in the film The Men Who Stare At Goats. 

John Peterson is a Futurist and founder of the Arlington Institute, 
and is known for having contacted the Director of Central Intelligence James Woosley in 1993 
in order to obtain information on UFOs.

Dr. Sarfatti is a former assistant professor of physics at San Diego State University. 
He’s held research fellowship positions at Birkbeck College in London, 
where he worked with renowned physicist David Bohm; 
the Cornell Space Science Center; 
Atomic Energy Research Establishment in Great Britain; 
and the Max Planck Institute in Germany. 

He is noted for being part of a semi-underground counter-culture physics society called the, 
“Fundamental Fysiks Group”. 
MIT physicist and historian David Kaiser detailed that story in his recent book, 
How the Hippies Saved Physics.

Dr. Davis obtained a PhD in Astrophysics in 1991 from the University of Arizona. 
He co-founded the NASA-JSC's (Johnson Space Center) 
Advanced Deep Space Transport Technology Assessment Group. 
He is also the author of numerous speculative peer-reviewed papers,
on wormholes, warp drive, quantum teleportation, 
and other advanced propulsion studies. 

And, as referred to earlier, he co-edited a book on the research findings
from NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Project 
before funding for ongoing work was cancelled in 2002. 

Dr. Davis is listed on the web page of Millis’ successor organization, 
the Tau Zero Foundation, 
as among those of the Tau Zero Network. 
In addition, Dr. Millis confirmed that Davis had “volunteered some consulting” for the NASA effort, 
and that both had edited the book, 
Frontiers of Propulsion Science, together. 
He is currently scheduled to speak on advanced propulsion at the 2013 Mutual UFO Network Symposium. 

Regarding general research into warp drive and gravity manipulation, 
a recent io9 article quoted NASA physicist Harold White 
as saying that a bench lab test is in progress. 
In addition, Bigelow Aerospace and NASA have announced a partnership where the firm:

…will work with a variety of commercial space companies 
to assess and develop options for innovative and dynamic private and public investments 
to create infrastructure to support domestic and international government exploration activities 
alongside revenue generating private sector enterprises.

It should be noted that Dr. Davis’ words and Mr. Bigelow’s interest in UFOs 
are entirely at odds with the longstanding official NASA position that “…
there is no evidence for visits of intelligent aliens to Earth, 
either now or in the past.”

Rofl

Neither Drs. Davis nor Puthoff responded to requests for comment. Nonono


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NASA Scientist Article
 https://phys.org/news/2018-06-worthy-scientific.html

Links within look worth pursuing.

http://www.jacquesvallee.net/wonders_in_the_sky.html
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Sunday 7/15...Coast To Coast Radio...

George Knappe will interview Luis Elizondo'
and later a Croatian ex def. head about Yugoslavian generals and UFOs.

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I listened to that C-to-C program 7/15.

The 2 main things were that Elizondo
had seen weeks worth of recorded "incidents"
and that he was only allowed to characterize
all of it as "compelling", 
and there was also discussion of metamaterials
and whether some of them were even now 
being introduced to industry through Bigelow.
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Quote:and there was also discussion of metamaterials
and whether some of them were even now 
being introduced to industry through Bigelow.


"metamaterials" ... 
Russian military industrial complex no doubt has had to have acquired their own bits and pieces,
of alien technologies from crashed spacecraft.
USA probably has a much better chance of replicating and manufacturing the technology more quickly,
than the Russians.

I assume that just ten thousand or so of those Flying Tic Tacs,
armed with precision laser weaponry,
or whatever alien surprise package they attacks with ... 
or simply carrying tiny tactical nuclear weaponry,
could evade any Earth defenses, 
and bring most human civilization to it's knees in a couple of weeks.

Operated from a shielded and well defended mother ship in near orbit,
one Tic Tac with dual air flight and water propulsion technology,
would swoop down into the sea,
and turn the USS Louisville nuclear attack submarine into a descending Plinko Chip,
sinking to the bottom of ocean.

The Russian flag ship -- The Peter the Great with all it's new S-400 attack and defense systems,
there she goes ...
bottom of the sea ...

One fucking alien Tic Tac.
Took out the entire Russian fleet parked along the coast of Syria.

Alien Metamaterials,  must be tough   Tp  toilet paper.
It's bullet proof,
but just as thin and soft and pliable as the Charmin.
Available soon in your local stores, from Bigelow Industries.

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http://www.metamaterial.com

Fully efficient photosynthesis and solar cells may be their goal.

http://www.metamaterial.com/lamda-solar/
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