DEFINING THE WAY WE ARE TRYING TO “HACK” ALIEN TECHNOLOGY (IF EXISTS): WHAT IS REVERSE ENGINEERING.

#ufo #spacetravel #antigravity #reverseengineeringReverse engineering as a term is defined as the “reproduction of another manufacturer’s product followed by a detailed examination of its construction, mechanisms and functionalities”. Said that, according to UFO enthusiasts and investigators, reverse engineering is attributed to the research of current UFO phenomena based on visual or physical evidence (this sounds so sci-fi!) where an attempt to emulate or reproduce their behavior takes place. The way current research is pointing is based in several existent (or not) technologies that promise to achieve the dream of “defying gravity” based on electromagnetic fields or even better, generate anti-gravity making an object loose their natural weight somehow, all attempts lead to find a new way to reach the stars in a more efficient way based on greater speed, mitigate inertia and protect their organic content (such as humans, animals or plants inside). Current technologies are based on (1) superconductors that change their behavior on temperatures under 0ยบ C reaching states where the “Meissner effect” provoke to reject magnetic fields and present no resistance to electricity, (2) antigravity which is the attempt to invert the effect of the gravity force (according to Newton definition of gravity), “change somehow” the geometry of space time (according to Einstein definition of gravity) or use “anti-gravitons” which are the opposite of the particles that define gravity as it exists (according to quantum physics definition) and (3) antimatter to create antiparticles to collide with particles creating big amounts of energy to generate propulsion at scale. Any of this research has been concluded and we need to wait a little beat longer to see if around the sky will be seeing other kind of possible aircrafts or spaceships based (or not) in supposed alien technology.

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Author: Jesus Padilla

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