Black Trianges: We Don't Need No Stinkin' Rockets! Feb 15, 2021 3:42:22 GMT ZETAR likes this
Post by aliensun on Feb 15, 2021 3:42:22 GMT
Black Triangles: We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Rockets!
There are dark, mysterious triangles moving at nighttime over America in low, slow and silent motions. Are they solely our developments or alien machines? Regardless, they are as important to mankind as was the invention of the wheel.
Suppose we find a middle ground and place the triangles as a physical response to decades of a governmental and industrial study of genuine alien machines or from hard data from crashed alien vehicles.
Debunkers will arise from their bunks and be quick to say that such craft are nothing more than exotic experimental prototype aircraft, certainly, nothing operational in squadrons or fleets and, most certainly, not alien derivatives.
The history of the triangles and the boomerangs is telling. These craft starting appearing over various parts of the US in the 1970s. By the mid-1980sthey were seen moving in small numbers in formations. Seven were seen at one instance in Kentucky. They certainly were not confined to Area 51 or other secret testing areas. They were and continue to be seen directly over the heads of unsuspecting citizens under what would be considered dangerous conditions for prototype ships and civilians and property below. Such sightings are virtually always done under the cover of darkness evidently for obscurity but not a time for testing..
Night-time sighting reports frequently say that the craft are totally dark, no mandatory running lights darker than the night sky. Some, however, report the disquieting aspect that they could recognize the outline of the craft, but the stars showed through the body in a shimmering appearance. A “Star Trek” type of cloaking may seem far-fetched to those unfamiliar with the concept except in sci-fi, but serious R&D work is being done along those specific lines..
The triangles are usually seen in one of three conditions. They are totally dark, or contrarily, they exhibit huge bright down facing lights at each corner and a red light at the exact center. So are dark except for leading edge, neon-like lighting, usually blue or they display some illuminations at the rear edge. (The one this writer personally witnessed along with about twenty other people in 1998 over Laramie displayed about a dozen intense, large strobe lights. That craft left no doubt but what is was after attention. Interestingly, it had perfect timing as it silently, slowly and lowly moved directly over Laramie and to the north of the university. Our UFO conference there had concluded for the evening and many of us stood outside in the June evening conversing.. Evidently the flyboys of the air force wanted to give us a thrill. That was a typical action, consistent with many reports of them:buzzing, in their own way, residential areas and highways, making themselves an obvious presence to everyday citizens in the United States if no where else during that period.).
Most triangles seen in close proximity to the observers are either totally quiet, give a humming noise or, rarely, give a loud roaring sound similar to a jet engine. Add the other often noted attribute of apparent ultra-high velocities, hovering, and instant stops and starts and right angle-turns and you have a short list of the outstanding features of a genuine UFO with not one single characteristic of a typical aircraft.
It seems a no-brainer to assume that the typical fling saucer/UFO can operate in space probably easier than within the drag of the Earth's atmosphere. Given that our triangles are not using air for lift or propulsion, we can assume that they, also, can travel at ease in space. Just how distant from Earth can they travel? If we grant them, and we must, some sort of highly sophisticated and efficient power source, such as tapping into “zero energy” (which seems likely), such modes would give them lease to journey to the Moon, Mars and beyond. After all, these ships totally bypass all rocketry and aerodynamic and astrophysical concerns and barriers. Lift off from Earth, for example, would be done at any speed desired, no need to achieve an escape velocity. Once in space velocities could be multiples of the 25,000mph that the Apollo trips required. To the Moon and back in about a day's time? Maybe.
Make no mistake in judging these craft. They rival the invention of the wheel. What can they add across the broad spectrum of human endeavors? First off, they are the best damned war weapon ever developed. They make the single-purpose atomic bomb look pathetic, an insult to humanity. Triangles and their brethren will literally change the world overnight once they become the mainstay system for virtually all manners of transportation, fast, efficient and incredibly cheap. If 747s can economically fly cheap junk from China to the US, a triangle can carry ore from the Moon and asteroids at a fraction of that cost.
First, we need to backtrack a bit and establish our basic arguments, and from that position project the possibilities and likelihoods of why such a system was designed First, there is ubiquitous attributes to triangles. The basic characteristics once again: capable of extremely low and high speed, usually totally silent, capable of hovering, instant stops and starts, and right-angle turns. These features are what set them apart from any conventional aircraft, making that entire field obsolete. That point cannot be argued. The second important characteristic is their incredible versatility. It is not uncommon to find a sighting report of a low triangle described as bigger than a football field. A triangle of even a smaller size can be awe-provoking because they are an enclosed triangle with no extended parts. A plane has wings and tail assemblies sticking out from the relatively narrow fuselage, A lot of empty space surrounds those parts. A triangle of the same cross span or length span as a 747 would look vastly larger, monstrous in comparison. And it would be. A major portion of that interior of the triangle can be utilized.
This is a very critical aspect with conventional airplanes, their first element of design, in fact. To design a typical airplane a payload of X is planned. The wings must be able to provide Y amount of lift and the engine(s) need to provide a Z amount of speed to push the plane through the air fast enough to provide that lift. Those are the minimum combinations that must interrelate to give the desired results of any aircraft.
Aircraft function dictates design and efficiency follows. A true AIRcraft’s function must first and always focus on air as a necessary evil. Triangles sidestep that problem. They can do it all quickly with one design that is functional and efficient. Those we see should be considered the early models of practical massless drive technology, the Model Ts, truly functional but primitive even if in design. Undoubtedly, many more advancements are underway to improve all aspects of this new mode of transportation. Nonetheless, most of us are captivated by the wondrous nature we glimpse in even these present models.
Triangles don’t need airfields or even taxi ways. They don’t need wheeled landing gear, mere strutted pads would suffice. They can land at ease within the space of their own shadow, or power up to move a few feet.
Remembering that we are dealing with our efforts derived from sophisticated alien technology, we can assume that the power plant is efficient and compact enough to lift several times a 747’s capacity yet with the operational ease of a Huey helicopter. Imagine what parameters a 747 must met as it bustles down a runway toward a takeoff. Imagine yourself at the controls of a triangle. It sets quietly on the tarmac. A computer-style joy stick is moved and a fly-by-wire computer command is given and the emitter units power up, the pads retract and the ship moves away in any direction, maybe swiftly straight up. More than likely, this is all preprogrammed into the computer and it operates all aspects of the craft within a standard set of protocols. The pilot, in name only, is along for the ride.
Where we must really venture out on a limb is estimating the payload capacity. Certainly, we see no direct, physical application of power. From the “flight” characteristics, we must conclude that the craft nullifies mass with a field effect that encompasses the whole craft and anything inside. From that position, it is possible to suspect that few of the components required of modern aviation and space operations are missing in our present versions. Since we see so many triangles in the skies these days and after several decades of perfecting our designs, the largeness is—as with the historical development of aircraft—a natural progression, smaller to larger and more efficient. The general shape and the three emitters at the corners of a triangle reflect our heritage of the use of three-axis control systems in air and space craft.
On top of the “secret” of the triangles capabilities for movement—we should not be lulled into using any word that suggests “flight,” “aircraft” or even “aerodynamics.” We must grant them an ability to transport a mind-staggering huge amount of payload. They have a dedicated function at this stage as an all-around transport Think of that feature as their second greatest ability. Couple that feat with their incredible speeds and we have the ultimate vehicle for about any human activity, including, as mentioned, making efficient warfare.
So we come to partially recognize how important these craft are to world powers at this time. Currently, they are used as a war deterrent. Enemies of the US know that we have them, and they are frightened. Beyond that as other countries develop or steal the process and the ships eventually become commercial, these craft or similar will revolutionize most of our activities in the air, on the oceans and land masses. Eventually all ocean-going forms of shipping will be supplanted by these craft. Personal travel anywhere around the world will be commonplace. Highways will be free of large trucks. Space-wasting airport runways will be torn up. The daily, overhead roar of jetliners will disappear.
Cockpit, Controls &
A triangle pilot does not sit in a cockpit under a canopy with windows as with typical aircraft. Over the decades, pilots have been kept in this position for the obvious reason of visibility. But the need for direct visual contact for any of the normal needs of a pilot have diminished over the decades as electronic gear have far exceeded plain ol’ eye-ballin’ and seat-of-the-pants flying.
In a triangle, here is no visual window from where the pilot directly flies. It is all done by screens,, big, high-def digital TV screens. They allow him any view, around, below, above, or behind the ship, magnified or normal. Rather than being called a cockpit, the control area is more correctly called a command or control center.
Remember that air-borne chemical laser that was a long time being installed and tested in a 747? You can figure that system or similar is operational in tactical triangles. Or perhaps it would be a rail gun or a beam weapon. It goes without question that a typical triangle could carry an almost unlimited supply of any type of missile, guided bomb, or weapon desired. Allowing gigantic payloads for these ships, perhaps all of these configurations can be combined within one general, all-purpose craft. We see such duties applied to ships at sea, why not huge triangles?Actually, in aircraft circles the term “truck” has been used for the last decade to denote craft with a huge payload capacity. We can suspect that term was lifted from the planning of how to arm these new vehicles of war.
It is perhaps unrealistic to discuss the range of a triangle. In aircraft, range always applies to how far it can go on a tankful of fuel. In-flight refueling is confined to military operations and can drastically extend the initial range, but that is an expensive undertaking that requires extensive equipment, minute coordination , cooperation and multiple operations. We must assume that, if nuclear powered or something like zero energy is used, triangles can possible operate independently for months as do submarines.
Being space worthy, there can be little doubt that some are stationed in orbits near or further out. This would give a reason for the blackness of the craft. Such is virtually required if the craft were stationed in orbit and subjected to reflecting sunlight half of the time. The interior of the tube on the Hubble telescope is coated with a super-absorbent non-reflective material. Perhaps this coating is what makes triangles always appear darker than the darkest sky when they come near earthside.
This article was basically completed over a decade ago, in 2010. It has been only slightly altered and tightened from the original version. I call it a valid conjecture of the times.
We may want to reconsider what Gary Mckinnon claimed he found on Pentagon computers. Perhaps those unknown ships’ names and crew rotation rosters were not for what we think of when we envision spaceships or orbiting space stations. Perhaps those data sheets had to do with the general purpose triangle in our supposedly newly created space force.
Several years ago there was a sighting report sent to The National UFO Reporting Center (and is/was listed in its files) of a hunter's experience of a low, slow and silent triangle moving slowly over him as he was out sighting in his rifle in the Texas hill country near Fort Hood. Startled, he swung his scoped gun up to study the startling sight. Among noting joined panels and other aspects, he witnessed a red outline on a forward hatch that also had the word “Rescue” painted on it.