UFO experiment could create ‘ultimate space weapon’ worse than Hydrogen bomb
A series of tests on a UFO design theorised a space weapon so large that it could make the Hydrogen bomb seem like a "firecracker."
The United States Navy’s aerospace research enterprise confirmed the Air Warfare Division conduced experiments on UFO blueprints.
Research focused on exploring the work of Dr. Salvatore Cezar Pais – an aerospace engineer who works for the U.S. Navy.
Dr Pais focus is on a theoretical concept dubbed the ‘Pais Effect,” which enables controlled "motion of electrically charged matter (from solid to plasma) via accelerated spin."
The electrically charged matter then produces "powerful electromagnetic energy fields" that could re-engineer "the fabric of reality."
It is understood the energy produced by the Pais Effect could lead to the creation of an ultra-powerful " Space time Modification Weapon."
According to documents seen by the Warzone, a military website, the weapon could make "the Hydrogen bomb seem more like a firecracker, in comparison."
"'Extremely high energy levels can be achieved with this invention, under pulsed ultrahigh current (I) / ultrahigh magnetic flux density (B) conditions (Z-pinch with a Fusion twist)," the documents reportedly read.
Authorities told War Zone the Navy plans to file a series of patents after it emerged China is also working on similar technological advancements.
Testing for the super weapon was reportedly done as recently as Sept. 2019, with 1,600 hours of work logged between 2018 and 2019.
The Navy reportedly spent $466,810 conducting experiments for the project between 2017 and 2019.
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Hydrogen bombs are currently the most dangerous bombs on the planet, and can devastate whole cities in one explosion.
The bombs are also called H-bombs and rely on thermonuclear energy to detonate.
According to a report issued by an American think tank, only the US, UK, China, France, Russia, India, North Korea and Israel have hydrogen bombs.
Hydrogen bombs are a more sophisticated version of the first-generation of atomic bombs, the nuclear bomb, which was detonated over the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945.
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