The U.S. Navy’s insane new UFO patents: do they know something we don’t? (Weird news)
Forbes magazine and several mainstream broadsheet national newspapers around the world recently published many articles featuring the U.S. Navy’s insane UFO patents (e.g. see What Is Behind The U.S. Navy’s ‘UFO’ Fusion Energy Patent? over at https://www.forbes.com/sites/arielcohen/2021/02/08/what-is-behind-the-us-navys-ufo-fusion-energy-patent/).
These American military patents feature such bizarre high-tech items as potential warp drive technology, inertial mass dampening to allow said warp drives to bust the Einsteinian light speed limit (mass approaches infinity as you near the speed of light), superpowered fusion drives through tweaked magnetic fields, and heck, a by-comparison almost prosaic-sounding room temperature superconductor system.
Is this just some weird psychological warfare operation against the Chinese and Russians to convince them the U.S. truly does have crashed UFOs and is reverse-engineering their stuff? Or do we actually possess recovered ET tech that we are just about to get to grips with?
In this two-hour long video interview, Jeremy Rys, the coordinator of a bunch of physicists and scientists investigating the potential behind these patents, chats about just what the hell is going on here?