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I like your ideas. Your right I think that normal people would see this guy as a sort of Einstein of modern times. And like you said nobody knows yet how this thing would be powered, it could still use oil and gas for all I know. Even If it ran on gold this thing would still be praised by the masses.
What would happen to the inventor of anti gravity. Hypothetically what if I told you I Invented a UFO like ship that levitates using some weird magnetic effect like the meissener effect, but my ship can fly all the way into space. first of all, would you believe me? probably not.
you could end up dead in a dich because you just uncovered the most massive coverup...
If I didn't want to die, which I don't. then what must I do?
Quote from: ScientificSorcererWhat would happen to the inventor of anti gravity. Hypothetically what if I told you I Invented a UFO like ship that levitates using some weird magnetic effect like the meissener effect, but my ship can fly all the way into space. first of all, would you believe me? probably not.Your ideas are mixed up. People don't believe in UFOs because too many people have lied about them in the past. But the real reason people don't believe them is because they themselves have never saw one which they knew was a UFO. Nobody has ever been able to examine one up close. But you're not talking about a UFO since by definition they're unidentified. You're talking about an antigravity device. If you invented one then you could definitely show it to those people who were interested in such things, such as NASA or the department of defense or the car companies.Quote from: ScientificSorcereryou could end up dead in a dich because you just uncovered the most massive coverup...That's just paranoid nonsense. Their has never been any reason to suspect that anything like that has ever happened in this country. On the contrary, there are now electric cars which run on electricity, not gasoline. But the electricity eventually comes from power supplied by either burning oil, capturing wind power or nuclear plants. The more electric cars there are then the more oil that the electric companies would need to charge them. An antigravity device would require energy which would be supplied to then by electricity just as electric cars are. That power would also come from power plants which would require much more oil to burn to generate that electricityQuote from: ScientificSorcererIf I didn't want to die, which I don't. then what must I do?Call a newspaper and show it to a reporter. Once that's done then you're all set. But you have no need to fear dying anyway. You're just being paranoid by believing in a conspiracy theory. I won't eve bother trying to convince you that they don't exist because like any conspiracy theorist, they build their responses or more conspiracies. It's just not possible to prove that something doesn't exist. That's how such people remain in their delusions.