Do UFOs Use Antigravity Propulsion?


UFOs and inexplicable phenomena (anomalies)

The previous article (UFO-anomalous flying characteristics and other phenomena related to the UFO propulsion system) described strange UFO-related phenomena for which we have no physical explanation. Based on these UFO phenomena, it is possible to conclude that such a spacecraft’s propulsion system causes four physically inexplicable phenomena (anomalies) associated with gravity, inertia, interaction with the environment, and the flow of time.

Based on the unusual flight characteristics, it is possible to conclude (1,2):
1. The influence of the gravitational field is reduced.
2. Inertia is reduced

When a UFO moves at supersonic speeds, no sound shock is produced. It also moves at unusually fast speeds through the water. This leads to the following conclusion (3):
3. Interaction (with the environment) is reduced.

Time anomalies observed in the vicinity of the UFO (for example, unexplainable time loss, slow helicopter rotor movement) indicate that (4):
4. Time flow is slowed

It could be said that a spacecraft has a UFO propulsion system if the above four anomalies (gravitational, inertial, interactive, and time) are observed due to the operation of this propulsion system.

It is possible, however, that the UFO propulsion system is composed of several separate devices, each of which is responsible for some of the strange physical anomalies.

The conventional propulsion systems do not produce any of the mentioned UFO anomalies. There is no device that can alter gravitational force, inertia, interaction with the environment, or time flow. Our science simply does not allow it.

Perhaps the civilizations that visit us with these unknown spacecraft have science that is thousands and millions of years ahead of ours. This could be why we can’t understand and replicate the UFO propulsion system. However, it is possible that something like the UFO propulsion system does not require extremely advanced science. It is also possible that we are on the verge of developing such technology. We have to ask ourselves if we are wrong somewhere. Whether science is available to a wide audience leads us to a dead end. You can read more about it here.

UFOs can be viewed as our “laboratory experiment”. This is our evidence of some phenomena that we assume are not possible. This proof is more valuable than Einstein’s theory of gravity (or general relativity).

Because modern science provides no support for our understanding of UFO propulsion, we are forced to turn to the field of unproven exotic propulsion systems, which appear frequently in SF literature but also in lesser-known scientific papers. One such, most well-known hypothetical drive is the antigravity propulsion system ( antigravity drive).

Antigravity and UFO propulsion system

Let’s look at what is considered antigravity. According to Wikipedia:

Anti-gravity (also known as non-gravitational field) is a hypothetical phenomenon of creating a place or object that is free from the force of gravity. It does not refer to the lack of weight under gravity experienced in free fall or orbit, or to balancing the force of gravity with some other force, such as electromagnetism or aerodynamic lift.

According to the definition of “creating a place or object free from the force of gravity,” the antigravity device creates conditions that allow the spacecraft not to “feel” the gravitational field’s influence. This means that the spacecraft is in the same conditions as if it were in a weightless state in space, i.e., in an area where gravity forces are negligible. However, we know that even in space, a spaceship must use rocket or ion engines to accelerate.

Therefore, the antigravity device only provides independence from gravitational influence. A separate device is required to change the speed or direction of movement.

An interesting question is whether and to what extent the antigravity propulsion system corresponds to the UFO propulsion system.

As previously stated, four anomalies (gravitational, inertial, interactive, and temporal) associated with unknown flying objects were observed. These anomalies were clearly caused by the operation of the UFO propulsion system.

The only physical anomaly that the antigravity device can produce is a weakening or cancellation of the gravitational field in the vicinity of the spacecraft. Unlike UFO propulsion, antigravity propulsion cannot change the inertia of the spacecraft, avoid interaction with air, water, and solids, or change the flow of time.

Furthermore, the antigravity device cannot accelerate or change the direction of the spacecraft.

However, one exception may be possible. Assume that the gravity of the Earth and other space objects is positive. We also assume that the negative gravitational field is generated by the antigravity device. By equalizing the negative and positive gravitational fields, complete cancellation of the gravitational action on the spacecraft is achieved. If the positive gravitational field of the Earth is greater than the negative gravitational field of the antigravity device, the Earth would attract the spacecraft. In that case, the spacecraft would fall. If the negative gravitational field is greater than the positive, the spacecraft will begin to rise. Therefore, in the vicinity of the planet’s gravitational field, vertical lifting or lowering could be accomplished using an antigravity device. However, conventional propulsion would be required to move horizontally above the planet’s surface or in space.

Antigravity is frequently thought to be a propulsion system used by unidentified flying objects. However, based on the preceding discussion, it is clear that the antigravity propulsion system differs significantly from the propulsion system used by UFOs.