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In 1937, physicists at Harvard and MIT began experiments with
electrokinesis, or the moving of objects by electromagnetic forces.
Dubbed Project Chronosphere the experiments consisted of shooting
electric shock waves at an object until the electrical field around that
object was equal to that of the shock wave. When that happened, the
object's atomic basis would convert into wave energies which could be
transported on beams of light, which is nothing more than concentrated
The experiments worked well with inanimate
objects, but scientists found that life forms
could not be used, since the molecular structures were too complex.
Generally recognized as one of the greatest physicists of all time, he
urged the United States to use atomic energy in bombs. His special theory
of relativity included gravitation as a determiner of the curvature of a
space-time continuum, the basis of all theoretical and practical time
The most important of his inventions for the military was
his unified field theory which explains gravitation and electromagnetism with
one set of laws, thereby making weapons like the Chronosphere not only
possible but practical.
On his deathbed, reflecting on his lifes work, he
warned The unleashed power of the atom has changed everything save our
modes of thinking and we thus drift toward unparalleled catastrophe.
The Gap Generator creates a temporary rip in the electro-magnetic
continuum that makes objects temporarily disappear. The technology that
makes this possible started way back in 1874 when Heinrich Rudolf Hertz
discovered electromagnetic waves (radio waves) that travel at the speed of
light and can be polarized like light.
In 1934, British, Germans and
French scientists proved that these waves not only detect objects (the
basis of radar) but can also mask or hide enemy structures and units, by
breaking up the waves with electronically created gaps .
This defensive device was built by the Russians in 1951, based on
Einstein's theories of quantum physics and quantum mechanics. Because
electrons of light are built up from smaller particles (photons, quasons,
etc.) the components of a beam of light travel at unequal speeds. When
these beams of light are focused through certain kinds of filters, some
electrons arrive at a light destination faster than others. This reaction
causes physical objects be surrounded by an impenetrable electric barrier.
By increasing the amount of energy to dangerously high levels, an
object can remain impervious to any contact for periods of up to half
a minute or more.
The Philadelphia Experiment
In 1939, Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla told the United States Office
of Naval Research that Einstein's Unified Field Theory could be used to
jam certain types of radar, thereby making objects become invisible. On
June 12, 1943. the Navy prepared seven gigantic Tesla coils and beamed
them toward the USS Eldridge, a medium-sized cruiser berthed just outside
The ship vanished completely for some seven minutes.
When the ship reappeared most of the 67 men on board were okay. However,
Naval researchers and scientists then discovered a grisly sight.
Bodies, or remains of bodies were found throughout the ship, some
embedded within the steel. It appeared that the experiment had caused a
complete breakdown of the Einsteins suggested time/space continuum. The
surviving crew members were hospitalized in secret locations and all
records of the experiment received the highest classification.
In 1990, two survivors, Preston Nichols and Duncan Cameron broke the code
of silence, and began revealing with documents and photos what had
happened during the Philadelphia Experiment.
Many authorities believe that much of the research data on cloaking,
however, had been used by Lockheed in its construction of the B-1 stealth
These highly secret and secure buildings were all-purpose communications
centers housing sensitive communications equipment that transmitted
either pulse or doppler radio waves at an approaching weapon. The
reflections are received by the radar dome, processed electronically, and
converted into images on a series of sensitive screens. Pulse radar is
used primarily for aircraft and naval navigation and for military
In Doppler(or continuous-wave radar)
two antennas are usedone to transmit and the other to receive. Doppler
radar cannot determine distance but can determine accurately the velocity
of approaching weapons.
Some tech savvy and good gameplaying can come from a judicious use of the
new technology called the Global Positioning System (GPS), one of the
wonder technologies unveiled to the world stage during Operation Desert
Storm. The GPS trace its roots to the early 1960s. Yet it has proven to
be a prototypical 1990s, dual-use technology: both military and civilian
users can benefit equally from the accuracy with which the
satellite-based system can locate receivers on the ground.
comprised, the GPS contains 21 operating satellites and three in-orbit
spares. (New satellites are currently on the drawing board.) Each
satellite continuously emits a pair of high megahertz signals that
constantly interact tracking down ground sites. These signals also make
it possible for computers to interact with each other and carry broad
spectrums of audio and video information.
In 1903, Stalin (an assumed name meaning Man of Steel) joins the
Communist Party. In 1924, Stalin executes other members of the ruling
committee, gaining control of entire party. In 1928 he orders the
liquidation of 4.5 million kulaks (rich landowners) who resist
collectivization of agriculture. In 1932, he starts a famine in the
Ukraine and in the Caucasus that will kill millions. He does this to
starve kulaks who still resist collectivization, seizing their grain and
livestock, keeping out relief supplies.
In 1935, Stalin strangles
eldest son Jakov, and kills two of his daughters. In 1936, he begins a
Great Purge (Yezhovschina) which will take an estimated 8 to 10 million
lives in the next 2 years as he liquidates his political enemies.
Authorities believe he is responsible for killing at least 60 million
Russians who stood in the way of his quest for power.
One of his
most stunning quotes came after he had personally signed death warrants for
62,000 military officers who were resisting him.
to prepare one's plan minutely, to slack an implacable vengeance, and then
to go to bed - there is nothing sweeter in the world."
Stealth technology was created to fool both pulse and doppler systems of
radar. This is a collection of materials and techniques used in the
construction of mobile military systems, such as aircraft, tanks, and
ships, to significantly reduce their detection by an enemy, primarily by
Among the techniques used in the F-117A fighter and B-2 bomber, for
example, are a low profile with no surfaces that reflect radar directly
back, the intensive substitut-ion of radar-opaque composites for metals,
and an overall coating of a radar-absorbing material.
Named after its inventor, Nikola Tesla, this high-energy device is used
when great amounts of light, heat and energy are needed for sustained
periods of time. The typical coil consists of placing two metal rods
(usually steel and brass) in a salt solution, and running a small
electric charge into the solution. The electricity runs up both of the
metal rods, releasing electrons into the air, with the positive electrons
moving to the brass rod and the negative to the steel rod. As these
electrons move faster and faster, strong electrical currents are built up
and begin arcing between the two poles. You see the same thing happen
anytime there is a lightning storm.
A prolific inventor and a pioneer in high-tension electricity, he made
many discoveries and inventions of great value to the development of
radio transmission, radar and to the field of electricity, including an
arc-lighting system, the Tesla induction motor, the Tesla coil, and
various generators and transformers.
In 1938 he and his colleagues developed and conducted a series of
experiments in stealth technology, radar jamming, electronic
shrouding and mind control which were conducted and carried out in secret.
In the 1940s, a German team under Wernher von Braun developed the V-2
rocket, the first long-range guided missile. There were four different
kinds of V-2: V-2A (Air-to-air); (V-2AS)air-to-surface; (V-2SSA)
surface-to-air; and (V-2 SS) surface-to-surface. The Russians were the
first to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile (an expanded V2)in
1958, and the first to use submarines to launch ballistic missiles.
Today, V-2-type missiles can be launched from aircraft, surface ships,
submarines, or (banned by a U.S.-Russia treaty) the ground. Guided
missiles with warheads have become a key strategic weapon of
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