UFOs When they Disappear do they relocate or displace in time.

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    For years now, I've studied time, That's not to say I fully understand the subject, But,
    Forgive my language For years now popular science has been slow jacking us with the idea of time travel.

    One moment it's possible, The next moment it's not, Then six months later a physicist posts a thesis about how it's once again possible. under the right conditions with technology that we don't yet or may never possess. According to current physical theory, is it possible for a human being to travel through time?

    My thing is this, I ask those who are scientific among us to consider for just a moment. We could argue back and forth all day about the expansion rate of the universe, Oh God though, Please don't, I hate those pointless exercises in dick measuring. Look, The universe is expanding pretty fast. Like, something like 72 something kilometers per second per megaparsec And that's the short bus slow kids to school speed, Others speculate that the universe expansion is well beyond the speed of light. And, To be fair, By their estimates, It is, But, The 72 megaparsec guys and the FTL guys are measuring different principals.

    Either way, FTL travel Is and would be possible if we had metamaterials that could redistribute the exponential cumulative energy brought about by FTL acceleration. So, look, My theory is, Any craft, Not just the UFO you are imagining right now, But any craft that could travel fast enough to escape their star system, And travel to ours would have to achieve speeds greater than the Hubble constant, "The expansion rate of the universe" A craft traveling at that speed would have its effects on time Via the relativistic model. Because the faster we travel, or accelerate, The denser the mass becomes, Displacing its gravity, And therefore it's time. Which direction does that time displace you may ask? Forward or backward?

    I hear you asking just so you can correct me when I will most certainly be wrong. Well, Time for the accelerated object seems to slow down. The nonaccelerated objects it passes by are experiencing time at a much faster rate. So How could this be useful to a Craft? Because, That Craft, has time slowed down, It has, In fact, Much more time to react, to pull that impossible aerial maneuver that should be physically impossible to do, Because to them, They aren't moving as fast as we perceive them to be moving. To those guys in the craft, They may be moving at 55 Mph like an old lady going to church on Sunday. But to us with our dilation to them, It seems like that old lady is hitting warp 7 breaking physics all the way to Sunday school.

    I think when Ufo's dematerialize or just disappear, That they really aren't moving that fast. I think they are displacing themselves in time using Time dilation. It took us a long time to get to here, I'm sorry you had to read about slow jackings and Old church ladies, But, Look, You've read less interesting stuff today...

    What do you think, Do you believe a being capable of building a craft that can get here from another star system would be capable of mastering Time dilation in such a way as this? It is my sincerest hope that you leave this thread with a deep appreciation for the intricacies of the nature of time and a true disdain for slow jacking old ladies.

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    I'm growing more and more convinced that UFOs do not travel vast distances in a conventional manner. They must use some type of wormholes. Warp drive has too many draw backs, such as the huge amount of energy it would require. When they travel to and from the entrances to the wormhole doorways they probably make use of some sort of antigravity propulsion. I agree that a byproduct of this is time dilation but it probably only distorts a very miniscule amount of actual time. Traveling in antigravity envelopes, the crafts would create the illusion to us the observers that they are disappearing or reappearing in a an instant.
     
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    I have a lot of Awesome theories about how they may travel great distances.

    I've even considered that for as much flack as Bob Lazar gets, His idea about Exploiting weak interaction. Even though I can't conceive such a technology, But, If such a technology could possibly exist, It could literally buffer the distance between point A and point B, By forcing the space between the two points to compress. Consider this, If the universe functions in a wave, Then, what this technology would do, according to ole Bob is take the wave and shorten its wavelength. literally propelling an object great distances faster than light. I don't bring up theories like this often, because of how discredited Bob tends to be. However. In some Scifi theoretical sense. It's kind of a cool idea.
     
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    Funny you should say that, SP! The only reason I know about time dilation being a byproduct of antigravity travel is because I watched those Joe Rogan interviews with Bob Lazar on YouTube today. Even if Bob Lazar is a fraud, he makes some amazing observations about physics and explains it in simple terms that people like me or Rogan's audience can understand. :Thumbsup:
     
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    Yeah, The guy catches hell even in the paranormal communities But seeing him over the years. Just as a personality. He seems like a pretty cool guy, I think if he ever came here, he would fit right in. :)
     
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    Honestly, all of the others who claim to have worked on secret programs with aliens, such as Charles Hall and the tall whites, strike me as being a little far-fetched. Lazar is the only one that sounds at all believable to me.
     
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    I always remember, Especially when it comes to stories about people who interacted with aliens. There was this one particular entity. They called him J rod, Because when he was learning to communicate with humans they would ask him his name, and he would always tell them it was j rod Because he hadn't mastered speaking with humans at the time. I mean, Some stories, Weather you fully buy into them or not, We read them because they are fascinating. I always liked the j rod story.

    Supposedly, This famous picture, Is supposed to be of j rod. The full picture shows him in a flight jacket and outfit that was made for him at area 52, They did this for him because apparently, everyone just loved the hell out of j rod. It was purported, that for a Grey, he was very personality driven.

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    The Amazing Story of J-Rod 52 the Alien – Patricia Cori

    I don't know if people really accept the story of j rod, But when I read this story as a kid, I always found it compelling that over time J-rod became more and more human in his personality. he developed a habit for smoking. allegedly, Loved strawberry ice cream, and was addicted to soap operas. Perhaps the story of j rod is some sort of work of fiction, I don't know. But I always found it to be a very compelling and, just fascinating story.
     
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    The J-Rod story is very fascinating. I think I first heard about it years ago on CTC when Linda Moulton Howe was on the show. Even though it's probably fiction, I agree, it's still a darn interesting story!
     
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