The recordings describe technologies non-existent both in the commercial and in the military horizon (that I know of) which seem more subject for UFO enthusiasts. Electromagnetic fields of force, revolutionary propulsion systems, a “hybrid aerospace and underwater” aircraft, even a fusion reactor to be mounted on board.
Maybe the US Navy just wants to spark debates or sidetrack, but the incredible technologies registered in the patent office are truly science fiction.
The mystery surrounding these patents is "bipartisan": US patents tickle the curiosity of researchers as well as conspiracy theorists. And some can't help but notice that they arrive shortly after the Navy itself and the State Department overturned the old policy of not recognizing "unexplained" sightings.
The Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division is the home of senior Navy researchers, including the discussed one Salvatore Cezar Pais, which in recent years has registered incredible technology patents such as room temperature superconductorsthe high energy electromagnetic field generators, for peace of mind of Nikola Tesla.
Under water and in the sky
Certainly the most surprising of the American patents is that which concerns the “hybrid aerospace and underwater” vehicle. An aircraft that should be able to travel underwater, in the sky and in space, and (literally) “engineer the fabric of our reality at the most fundamental level”.
China is ahead
On the sidelines of the patent applications and patents to be taken with the springs, Pais revealed that Chinese scientists are far ahead of the American ones in these fields.
This admission is also quite singular, if compared to the fact that Navy officers and air pilots have reported for years of USE (unidentified submerged objects) that seemed to fly in and out of the sea at incomprehensible speeds.
One of the patents submitted by Pais actually describes the ten-year dream of physicists and researchers around the world. A compact nuclear fusion reactor, to be used to power aircraft. Something that would revolutionize life on Earth by creating a stable source of energy and breaking down radioactive waste and harmful emissions.
Today, scientists are still taking their first steps to contain the high pressure plasma that forms the core of a similar reactor (reaching hundreds of millions of degrees).
From the patent registration text I learn that “at present there are few compact fusion reactor designs (from 30cm to 2 meters in diameter). They use different forms of magnetic plasma containment. Three of these are Lockheed Martin's Skunk Works Compact Fusion Reactor (LM-CFR), Polywell's EMC2 concept, and Princeton's reverse field configuration machine. […] These devices can hold plasma for a very short time, and are potentially unstable if taken to a larger scale. We do not know if they have the ability to contain the plasma until it burns at the temperature necessary for the production of energy ”.
Pais says that this technology would be able to produce more than one terawatt of energy, far more capacity than any current nuclear power plant.
Incredible technologies: at a glance
We are not yet certain that this technology is possible in itself. Yet we learn that the US government and private companies like Lockheed Martin are competing with the Chinese Academy of Sciences to create the first compact fusion reactor.