How UFOs Fly
Three French physicists say they've figured out how UFO engines work. The scientists claim they use a combination of electromagnetic and nuclear power and they have built a model UFO engine at the French Astronomical Observatory in Marseilles.
Jean-Pierre Petit, Claude Poher and Maurice Viton call their engine the Petit-Viton Magnetohydrodynamic Motor, and say it produces over 1,000 million watts of energy. One of its secrets is that it can suppress shock waves which occur naturally in the air and slow down any flying object.
French science has a much more open attitude towards UFOs than do similar institutions in the U.S. Poher, for instance, is the head of the French UFO group GEPAN, while remaining in his position as head of the Astronomy Department of the French equivalent of NASA. This would not be possible in the U.S.
To see diagrams of the UFO engine, click here and here.
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This article came from Unknowncountry