Keeping up with technology today is no easy feat, but the Navy is taking this to a whole new level, filing patents on revolutionary new technologies that could change just about everything. With warfare and geopolitics chief among them.
Last year the U.S. Navy’s Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) filed a number of seemingly bizarre patents that could lead to new superweapons and even ‘flying saucers.’
The Warzone has been analyzing a slew of strange new Navy patents, mostly the product of U.S. Navy Aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore Cezar Pais, over the past two years and they have discovered several crazy-sounding projects that could soon become reality.
One of them involves a compact fusion reactor that could help create a “Spacetime Modification Weapon” (SMW). A compact fusion reactor has long been the holy grail of energy scientists and researchers, potentially providing unlimited clean and safe energy. According to the Navy documents, this technology could also create a weapon that would “make the Hydrogen bomb seem more like a firecracker, in comparison.”
The Navy’s ‘Internal Use Only’ PowerPoint slide quoted by The National Interest (TNI), describes this exotic concept:
Under uniquely defined conditions, the Plasma Compression Fusion Device can lead to development of a Spacetime Modification Weapon (SMW- a weapon that can make the Hydrogen bomb seem more like a firecracker, in comparison).
The National Interest also reports that Lockheed Martin filed a patent for part of a ‘fusion reaction confinement system’ that was part of a compact fusion reactor small enough to be “housed within the fuselage of an F-16 fighter jet.”
Another powerful new invention is a High Energy Electromagnetic Field Generator (HEEMFG), which could produce massive amounts of power with far-reaching military and commercial implications. Significantly, an electromagnetic propulsion system such as HEEMFG could allow the Navy to build its own flying saucers.
As TNI notes: “Interestingly, the patent also closely resembles longstanding theories posited by UFO researchers about the means of propulsion seemingly employed by alien visitors to our world.”
But the U.S. Navy isn’t the only one pursuing these revolutionary technological advances. Apparently, notes The Warzone in its piece titled, “Doc Show Navy Got ‘UFO’ Patent Granted By Warning Of Similar Chinese Tech Advances,” the U.S. is fighting to stay ahead of China in this exotic tech race.
The Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Naval Aviation Enterprise, Dr. James Sheehy, reportedly told Patent Examiner Philip Bonzell that “China is already investing significantly in this area,” and “would prefer we [the U.S.] hold the patent as opposed to paying forevermore to use this revolutionary technology” adding “this will become a reality.”
If and when any of this exotic tech will become reality is anyone’s guess, but the superpower race for super technology and superweapons continues. ADN