"Bruce Gernon, the pilot whom Pares most often references, has his own phrase for what happened to him in 1970, when he flew into a storm and seemingly traveled 100 miles in a few minutes. He believes an “electronic fog” forms between thunderstorm cells, attaching itself to aircraft."
The result is “The compression of the fabric of space,” Pares says matter-of-factly." adding “You’re not supposed to be able to do this”
"For Pares, the next big step comes next summer. In addition to refining his motor, he has been building a 7-by-7-foot spacecraft called the Blue Bird II. He admits it’s somewhat for show. The ship won’t even travel to the outer limits of his own driveway. But using the same principle as his cage experiment, he intends to lift the craft a few feet off the ground."
“That’s what people want to see,” he says. “They want to see ‘Star Trek.”
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This could be a real game changer, and I'm looking forward to seeing Blue Bird II hover in a few months.
If proven as fact, everything we know will change radically, and this could be the dawn of a technical revolution unlike any we've ever seen.