Dr Jack Sarfatti: USS Nimitz UFO “time travelled”

Dr Jack Sarfatti, theoretical physicist, claims that there is no way the USS Nimitz could drop that fast by conventional propulsion.

He claimed the Nimitz UFO was able to reach never-before-seen speeds thanks to a “meta-material” that let it “time travel”.

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One of the most astounding explanations given by the fighter pilot witnesses was that UFO fell in a few seconds from 80,000 ft to around 28,000 ft and 28,000ft to just above sea level in under a second.

Such a feat to reach sea level would mean that the craft would have had to fly at 19,000 miles per hour-unprecedented speeds for Earthly aircraft.

Yet Dr Jack Sarfatti, a world-renowned quantum physics researcher and author of many science books, claims he knows what happened.

Speaking with James Breslo on The Hidden Truth Show, he suggested that the UFO used a form of meta-material to “slow down” the speed of light.

“See the problem is this, if you read any of the standard papers in the field, if they’re talking about warp drive, time travel and wormholes they say the problem is it ‘takes too much energy’ to achieve it,” physicist explained on the YouTube podcast.

“The tic-tac does not need a lot of energy. They observed the tic-tac going from 80,000ft down to 50ft in less than two seconds and there’s no jet engines, no flares.

“It’s going at 1,000s of Gs, how’s it doing that? There is no way it can do that by conventional propulsion.”

The meta-material on which the Nimitz UFO fuselage is designed helps to explain the unbelievable speed.

“What happens is that if you pump electromagnetic energy into the material, it will have a certain resonance. In that resonance, the speed of light inside the material can go down to a very small number.”

Can people on Earth achieve something similar?

“I don’t think we know how to do this yet,” top physicist added.

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