The U.S. Navy has been assigned a patent on an aerospace technology that is eerily similar to a string of UFOs described by fighter pilots.
A technology patented by an aerospace engineer working at the Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) describes a ‘hybrid’ craft that is capable of flying at breakneck speeds in the air, water, and even space using an unprecedented electromagnetic propulsion system.
As reported by The Drive, when looking over a patent on the technology, an examiner for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office responded with skepticism that such a craft exists only to receive a personal letter from the Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Navy, who explained that Chinese researchers are ‘investing significantly’ in the craft.
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A patent shows a theoretical spacecraft (pictured above) that proposes altering the laws of physics to achieve unparalleled speeds and maneuverability.
The patent application, titled ‘Craft using an inertial mass reduction device’ lists Salvatore Cezar Pais, a NAWCAD engineer, as the inventor and describes a mind-blowing technology that ‘can engineer the fabric of our reality at the most fundamental level (thus affecting a physical system’s inertial and gravitational properties).
In short, the patent says a ship using the outlandish technology would be able to surround itself in a type of quantum field that subverts the laws of physics as we know them.
This would theoretically allow the craft to move through air, water, or space, without succumbing to any of the effects of thermodynamics, or in the case of water, hydrodynamics.
According to The Drive, letters from the Navy to the U.S. Patent Office seem to suggest that tests of technology have already been conducted by Pais, who holds other mind-bending patents like a ‘force-field‘ to fend off an incoming asteroid.
Officers in the U.S. Navy have described sightings of ‘tic-tac’ ships that seem to defy the laws of physics, flying with agility at breakneck speeds
While the patent — which was originally applied for in 2016 — is only theoretical, the urgency of the Navy’s desire for the its approval coincides with an increasingly transparent attitude toward UFOs on the part of the U.S. military.
Earlier this year, the U.S. Navy unveiled new guidelines on collecting information about UFO sightings.
The guidelines are designed to make it easier for sailors to report UFO sightings amid fears that mysterious unidentified flying objects could actually be ‘extremely advanced Russian aircraft.’
The Navy has reported an uptick in the number of ‘highly advanced aircraft’ encroaching on its air space, with reports from sailors describing ‘tic-tac’ like flying objects that, much like the craft described the Pais’ patent, seem to break the rules of physics.
While many have pointed to aliens after seeing the unexplained craft, a new report suggest that foreign governments could be to blame for the high-flying ships.
As The Drive reports, the amount of energy required to power such a craft — equal to the magnetic strength of some stars — is currently outside of the realm of possibility, however, taking into account yet another one of Pais’ seemingly impossible patents granted in February, the room temperature superconductor, it could be feasible.
Simply put, a superconductor is a material that can transfer energy without losing any of its power, unlike normal conductors such as copper and silver which degrade over time.
The problem is superconductors have only been operational under extremely low temperatures in controlled lab-type environments, which is why in February Pais’ granted patent for a room-temperature version made a splash.
‘This concept enables the transmission of electrical power without any losses and exhibits optimal thermal management (no heat dissipation),’ reads the patent document.
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In a theoretical patent granted to the U.S. Navy, one engineer proposed building a ‘craft using an inertial mass reduction device.’
This type of ship would use a type of quantum bubble to defy the laws of physics and allow the ship to travel at speeds of light in water, air and space.
The inventor, Salvatore Cezar Pais, says that the craft would ‘engineer the fabric of our reality at the most fundamental level (thus affecting a physical system’s inertial and gravitational properties).’
While its purely theoretical, the Navy urged the U.S. Patent Office to grant a patent on the technology.
In the future, using a room-temperature superconductor, the ship could harness enough energy to operate.
Descriptions of the ship are eerily similar to reports from U.S. military members who have seen ‘tic-tac’ like ships flying through the skies at impossible speeds.
The Navy says that China is ‘investing heavily’ in the technology.
‘Which leads to the design and development of novel energy generation and harvesting devices with enormous benefits to civilization.’
Though the superconductor would unlock an unparalleled ability to transfer and store energy, the technology described in Navy patent still remains largely theoretical.
As corroborated by a letter defending the patent penned by the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) of the Naval Aviation Enterprise, James Sheehy, the mode of movement is ‘beyond the state of possible.’
However, in the future, as technology advances, Sheehy said that could all change.
‘As you well know, everything in time, if of significance, which this certainly is, grows in power and magnitude,’ wrote Sheehy.