Not 300 days but humans can reach Mars in just 5 days, says scientist

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  1. wgabrie

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    Not 300 days but humans can reach Mars in just 5 days, says scientist
    https://www.ibtimes.sg/not-300-days-humans-can-reach-mars-just-five-days-says-scientist-38899
    Here's some news that I came upon that I thought I would share. Going to Mars in 5 days. Who knew???

    Now I know some of you will be skeptical about this, but I have it from good authority (the poster called: AboveAlpha) that TT Brown's work is real. And, he worked on the Philadelphia Experiment too.

    So, anyway, I'm looking for an experiment that might prove this electrogravitics idea might be real. Anyone care to weigh in? Skeptical? I know, but it was also the EM drive that showed itself to work in tests even though it's supposedly a break with physics. Opening a door to all new ideas.
     
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    Oh, nevermind. I don't want to experiment all by myself.

    I've been looking into Paul A. LaViolette's book: "Secrets of Antigravity Propulsion: Tesla, UFOs, and Classified Aerospace Technology" the Kindle version.

    I didn't read all the calculations and stuff. I just read the parts about secrets and stuff. In other words, people doing actions. It seems like an empty dream. Once again, like many books on the topic, there are promises that releasing this stuff will be a huge benefit for humanity. Well, I think he's overestimating the benefit.
     
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    If this alternative info on space radiation turns out to be true, humans aren't able to go inside or beyond the Van Allen belts* without two meters of lead to protect them from space radiation.


    http://apollotruth.atspace.co.uk/
    excerpt
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    Perhaps the biggest slip of the tongue was made by NASA Chief Dan Goldin when interviewed by UK TV journalist Sheena McDonald in 1994. He said that mankind cannot venture beyond Earth orbit, 250 miles into space, until they can find a way to overcome the dangers of cosmic radiation.
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    http://hugequestions.com/Eric/Conspiracies11.htm
    (excerpt)
    ------------------------------
    How dangerous is the radiation in space?
    Prior to the 1950's nobody knew what outer space was. In the 1950's and 1960's NASA launched probes to investigate space. NASA discovered that the sunshine in outer space is full of X-rays, protons, and other atomic particles.
    The earth's magnetic field and atmosphere shield us from the X-rays and atomic particles. A lot of ultraviolet light is also blocked by the atmosphere, especially the high frequency ultraviolet light.

    NASA also discovered gamma radiation in space. However, not much of it was coming from our sun. Instead, the gamma rays were coming from every direction of the universe.

    More surprising, NASA discovered that more gamma rays are coming from the moonthan the sun. The reason the moon emits gamma rays is that the moon is bombarded by atomic particles that are coming from outside our solar system, and that bombardment causes the surface of the moon to radiate gamma rays.

    You can see this effect in particle accelerators, nuclear reactors, and X-ray machines. In an X-ray machine, a metal target is bombarded by high speed electrons. The atoms of the metal react by emitting X-rays. The faster the electrons are traveling when they hit the target, the more powerful the X-rays.

    The surface of the moon is bombarded by atomic particles that come from outer space. However, the particles that hit the moon are traveling at a much higher speed than the electrons in an X-ray machine. The result is that the moon emits powerful gamma rays, not weak X-rays. The moon is a spherical target in a "cosmic gamma ray machine".

    If gamma rays appeared purple to our eyes, and if we could travel beyond our atmosphere, we would find that the moon is glowing purple, and that it is much more purple than the sun.

    Outer space is a horrible environment, similar to the inside of a nuclear reactor, although the radiation in space is not as concentrated as in nuclear reactor.

    How did NASA protect the astronauts from all the x-rays, gamma rays, and atomic particles? NASA claims the radiation is insignficant, so not much protection is needed.

    The truth about radiation in space will never be known until the world gets better governments.
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    http://ocii.com/~dpwozney/apollo5.htm

    MoonFaker: Exhibit C. PART 5


    MoonFaker: Radioactive Anomaly. PART 1.



    (This article went offline. I wish I'd saved the whole thing)

    two sets of radiation data
    http://hey_223.tripod.com/bulldoglebeautaketooooo/id82.html
    (excerpt)
    ----------------------------------
    To prove his thesis, Rene tries to get certain solar data from NATIONAL
    OCEANIC & ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, (NOAA) using clever techniques
    to
    disguise his true intentions, [i.e. to get true data on solar flares.] NOAA,
    unfortunately, proved to be as cagey as Rene in dodging the giving out of any
    really good DETAILS on this matter, [you know, where the devil resides.]
    Rene, seeing games being played, deduced that there must be two sets of data,
    one which is sent to scientists on the preferred list, and one sent to the
    likes of Rene as casual strangers.
    ----------------------------------

    If NASA can lie about the moon landings**, it can lie about Mars.






    I'd bet they're BSing us about their planning a trip to Mars.


    *
    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...-past-40-years.195797/page-10#post-1066846518


    **
    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...-past-40-years.195797/page-11#post-1071324378
     
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    Creasy Tvedt Well-Known Member

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    That's where you lost me.
     
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    wgabrie Well-Known Member Donor

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    Yes. The Philadelphia Experiment really happened. :)
     
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    wgabrie Well-Known Member Donor

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    Oh no, not the extreme radiation theory. I'll tell you the radiation isn't being emitted by the Moon so it glows purple in outer space. It would also glow purple from Earth if that were real.
     
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    That's what they want you to think. :)
     
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    I'd LOVE to think ship invisibility and whatever other wackiness involved with the Philadelphia Experiment hoax was real, but I'm just too pragmatic.

    I've seen interviews with US Navy vets who were actually stationed aboard the USS Eldridge when "the experiment" supposedly happened, and they all just laughed it off as nonsense, because they never saw anything of the sort.

    Oh, and I'm a US Navy vet too, and, in a weird coincidence, I myself was responsible for the USS Long Beach's "invisibility" system when I served aboard her.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Degaussing

    I flipped a switch, tweaked some dials, and HOCUS POCUS ALAKAZAM! the ship turned invisible.

    Yes, as a matter of fact, I am a wizard.
     
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    wgabrie Well-Known Member Donor

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    The last time I degaussed something was an old-style monitor in the 2000s.

    Anyway, why wouldn't the Navy cover it up? I mean it's the new physics. Suppose our rivals get a hold of it?
     
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    The government is crap at covering things up.

    The Manhattan Project was one of the most expensive and elaborate "secret programs" in American history, and the Russians plucked the atomic bomb right out of our noses like a booger.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomic_spies

    "Because the government covered it up" is a thoroughly terrible excuse for why no real proof exists for *insert wacky claim here*.
     
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    Here it is. Gravity control would be a great benefit to us because it would help us unite the forces of the Universe into a single equation.

     
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    It is said that nowadays secret technologies are broken up into individual groups and each one doesn't know what the others are doing. Compartmental organization. And the secrecy is guarded by a need to know basis.
     
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    And yet the President can't not have sex with a fat chick in the White House without the whole world knowing about it.

    That, and "The Philadelphia Experiment" didn't supposedly happen "nowadays", now did it? It supposedly happened back even before the Russians easily acquired one of America's most closely-guarded secret technologies.

    And nowadays, the Chinese are stealing our secret technologies left and right like we may as well be selling it all on Amazon.
     
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    Well, no one thought we could make negative mass particles until we did...
     
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    wgabrie Well-Known Member Donor

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    Speaking about China, have you heard about the UFO patent and the micro fusion generator just patented by one SALVATORE CEZAR PAIS? Supposedly he got the patent approved by saying there was a Chinese version of the thing?

    If true we either have mad tech that China is stealing or worse the Chinese are ahead of us.

    https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zo...f-the-navys-bizarre-ufo-patents-finally-talks
     
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    Patents don't equal validity, or even reality.

    There are thousands of patents for wacky crap that violates the laws of physics and doesn't even conform to the basic standards of sanity.

    https://patents.google.com/patent/USD245233S/en

    Dowsing rod

    Directional Gold & Silver Locators Brochure, Jul. 2, 1974, "The Universal Antenna Rod" on back cover.
     
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    wgabrie Well-Known Member Donor

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    Hey, the guys who put in our well used dowsing rods to find out where to dig for water. And it worked! :)
     
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    I've watched my dad use those to find leaks in underground water lines. To be fair, he didn't think it would work either, til he tried.
     
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    It'd be a simple enough thing to prove real, finding buried pipes with a dowsing rod.

    So simple, and yet so difficult. It always works in the anecdotes, but in reality...

    not so much.

    https://www.psychicnews.org.uk/articles/Randi-offers-million-dollars-for-dowsing-proof
     
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    Well, dowsing rods never worked for me personally, but it worked for other people.

    What the well crew did was find a natural line of underground water, and they marked it up with flags. Then, they tried to find an intersection between lines of water and dig there at the crossing.

    When they did dig the hole water sprung forth at high pressure. It was a good well.

    Unfortunately, that property was sold years ago and we no longer have access to those unique conditions.
     
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    It always works in the anecdotes.
     

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