U.S. Navy Patents Advanced Aircraft with Anti-Gravity Technology

U.S. Navy Patents Advanced Aircraft with Anti-Gravity Technology
Patent drawings

The US Navy has recently been granted a patent for an advanced aircraft design that bears a resemblance to a flying saucer UFO. The patent describes a unique flying machine that utilizes an "inertial mass reduction device" to achieve high speeds. By reducing the mass and inertia of the aircraft, it can travel at extreme velocities.

The patent outlines various techniques, including generating gravity waves, to reduce the mass of the aircraft. The craft features a cavity wall filled with gas, which is made to vibrate using electromagnetic waves, creating a vacuum around the vehicle and enabling it to propel itself at high speeds. This aircraft design can operate in water, air, and space, making it versatile in different environments.

It's important to note that while the US Navy applied for the patent in 2016 and it was granted in 2022, it does not necessarily mean that the craft has been built or tested. However, this patent reflects the military's interest in developing unconventional technologies.

The patent's similarities to reported sightings, such as the 2004 USS Nimitz incident and a UFO sighting in Puerto Rico in 2013, have sparked intrigue. Some speculate that the patent may be inspired by these incidents, with the US Navy potentially reverse-engineering the technology behind the observed objects.

UFO's photographed by U.S. Navy 

The patent's author, Salvatore Cezar Pais, mentions Harold Puthoff, a key figure in the Advanced Aerospace Threat and Identification Program (AATIP), which investigated unexplained aerial phenomena. AATIP explored exotic technologies, including anti-gravity, invisibility cloaking, warp drives, and wormholes. The connection between the patent and AATIP raises questions about how it fits into the broader project and the potential for advancements in propulsion systems and interstellar travel.

While the existence and development of the craft described in the patent remain uncertain, its concepts push the boundaries of science and could have significant implications if successfully realized. It is worth noting that much of the technology described in the patent is highly classified, emphasizing the potential game-changing nature of these advancements.

References

A Hybrid Craft using an Inertial Mass Modification Device (U.S. Navy)

Craft using an inertial mass reduction device (Google Patents)

The US Navy secretly designed a super-fast futuristic aircraft resembling a UFO, documents reveal (Metro.co.uk)