Former US Air Force fighter pilot: UFOs use Star Trek-style warp drive

A former US Air Force fighter pilot asserts that he has deciphered the method behind the extraordinary maneuvers of UFOs, reports dailystar.co.uk.

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Over the past two decades, numerous military encounters with these enigmatic crafts have been reported, prompting a significant investigation by the Pentagon.

One of the most renowned sightings occurred during the USS Nimitz encounter, where fighter pilots witnessed a UFO descending from 28,000 feet to just above sea level in less than a second.

This astonishing movement would imply that the craft reached a staggering speed of 19,000 miles per hour, a velocity that would be fatal to any human pilot.

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According to Chris Lehto, a former USAF pilot, the craft exhibits two key characteristics: it moves without inertia, essentially lacking weight, and it accelerates at an incredibly rapid pace without affecting its surroundings.

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Chris believes that the explanation lies within a technology that seems straight out of science fiction. He proposes that the answer to the UFO enigma lies in the Alcubierre Drive, a theoretical interstellar engine conceptualized by Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre in 1994.

The Alcubierre Drive employs a form of “space warp” technology, reminiscent of what has been depicted in episodes of Star Trek. By bending space, a craft inside a “warp bubble” could potentially travel at or even surpass the speed of light without violating the known laws of physics.

While the Alcubierre Drive remains a hypothetical concept with challenges to overcome, Chris notes that the required energy is no longer believed to be unattainably large.

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Patents filed with the US patent office outline the potential workings of the drive, as well as another groundbreaking technology theorized by American aerospace engineer Salvatore Pais.

Pais suggests that high-powered rotating magnets could theoretically eliminate an object’s inertia, and he has filed a patent for a starship based on this principle.

However, Chris maintains skepticism regarding Pais’ theory. He explains that while Pais’s patent applications for the US Navy attracted attention for their potential energy-related applications, doubts have been raised about their feasibility. There is speculation that they may be scams, pseudoscience, or disinformation intended to mislead adversaries of the United States.

Alternatively, rival theories propose that the “Tic Tac” UFO is a classified Pentagon project testing similar advanced technologies discussed by Chris.

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Jake Carter

Jake Carter is a researcher and a prolific writer who has been fascinated by science and the unexplained since childhood.

He is not afraid to challenge the official narratives and expose the cover-ups and lies that keep us in the dark. He is always eager to share his findings and insights with the readers of anomalien.com, a website he created in 2013.

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